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Fed sees no US interest rate rise this year as economy slows
The US Federal Reserve has signalled there will be no interest rate hikes in 2019, citing a slowdown in economic growth.
Google fined €1.49bn by EU for restricting rivals' ads
Google has been fined €1.49bn (£1.28bn) by the EU for breaching competition laws with its AdSense advertising service - its third such fine in as many years.
B&Q owner Kingfisher seeks new boss as profits slump 53%
B&Q owner Kingfisher says it is looking for a new boss after reporting a 53% fall in profits and acknowledging that UK economic weakness and problems in France have hit turnaround plans.
Toyota to build new model for Suzuki at UK plant
Toyota is to begin producing a new model in the UK late next year in a rare boost for Britain's beleaguered car industry.
Why consortium circling Inmarsat may wish to take it private
It's a wonder that the management at Inmarsat ever have any time to focus on their day job.
Inflation climbs to 1.9% in February - ONS
Rising prices for food, alcohol and tobacco saw inflation edge higher to 1.9% last month, official figures show.
Chemicals giant hit by US weed killer ruling
Shares in German chemicals giant Bayer have fallen sharply after a US jury found that its Roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in causing a man's cancer.
Lloyds scraps buyout bosses' bonuses after NEC bonanza
Lloyds Banking Group has axed a lucrative pay scheme for its private equity bosses following huge windfalls triggered by the controversial sale of Birmingham's NEC exhibition venue.
Regulators could be failing consumers - National Audit Office
The public spending watchdog has questioned the effectiveness of regulators which have a statutory duty to protect consumers' interests.
Advert for loans to fund Brexit stockpiling banned by watchdog
An advert for a short-term loan company has been banned after it suggested people might need to borrow in order to stockpile food for Brexit.