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British American Tobacco (BAT) is preparing to launch its biggest assault to date on the electronic cigarette market as it attempts to bolster sales of tobacco substitute products.
Dozens of major Government projects including the High Speed 2 rail line, Universal Credit welfare reform and the rollout of high-speed broadband are at serious risk of failure, Whitehall documents reveal.
Not long ago, a Top 10 hit on iTunes wouldn't have been possible without the backing of a major record company, but social media has changed the rules.
Sky's Naomi Kerbel offers a look ahead to what's coming up in the week's business news.
The Co-operative Bank says it will stop lending to new corporate customers as it seeks to repair a major hole in its finances.
The mining and commodities group created by the recent merger of Glencore and Xstrata is kicking off the sale of a £4bn Peruvian project demanded by China's government to secure approval for their deal.
Britain was six hours from running out of gas in March, it has been reported.
A member of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards has launched a blistering attack on Barclays' efforts to rehabilitate its reputation under its new chief executive, Antony Jenkins.
The BBC has axed a £98.4m IT project after the scheme was found to have "wasted a huge amount of licence fee payers' money".
Two of Google's most senior executives have used a lecture in London to press their belief in the transparency of the internet and warned of the dangers of "digital ethnic cleansing".