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Shell boss hopes Saudi tensions will not hit supply
The head of oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has warned that the crisis over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi should not be allowed to shake the security of energy supply.
UK and US pull out of Saudi Arabia conference over missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Dr Liam Fox has pulled out of a conference in Saudi Arabia, following the disappearance and alleged murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Retail sales slide as appetite for food dips
Retail sales fell by a worse than expected 0.8% in September after a slide in demand at food stores following a barbecue summer, official figures show.
Gatwick sets out plans to use standby runway
Gatwick has set out plans to bring its standby runway into routine use for departing flights by the mid-2020s.
One Young World eradicates old perceptions of youth
One might expect, at an event attended by hundreds of 18-30 year olds from around the world in one of Europe's most attractive cities, to be kept up all night by hotel doors banging, drunken singing and goodness knows what else.
Domino's growth cools amid consumer uncertainty
Domino's Pizza reported a sharp slowdown in UK sales growth and trimmed its profit outlook after "evident uncertainty" among UK consumers and the summer heatwave.
Addison Lee drives £300m debt deal in battle with Uber
Addison Lee, the British taxi group fighting an increasingly intense turf war with rivals such as Uber, is plotting a £300m refinancing that will strengthen its warchest for future takeovers.
Kleenex rebrands 'sexist' Mansize tissues following customer complaints
Kleenex has binned its "Mansize" branding after some customers complained it was sexist.
New Look to close remaining 120 stores in China and pull out of country
New Look has confirmed plans to close its remaining 120 stores in China after deciding its below-par sales and profits did not justify continued investment in the country.
Ebay sues Amazon over 'orchestrated campaign to poach sellers'
Online marketplace eBay has filed a US lawsuit against Amazon, claiming the retail giant used its internal messaging system to poach sellers.