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Christmas rail strikes to go ahead as union rejects offer from operators
The RMT has rejected an offer from train operators aimed at preventing strikes over the Christmas period, the union has announced.
Morrisons owner paves way for departure of veteran CEO Potts
The owners of Britain’s fourth-biggest supermarket chain are drawing up plans to identify a new chief executive a year after acquiring it in a £7bn deal.
OPEC oil cartel holds production steady in face of Russia sanctions uncertainty
The Saudi-led OPEC oil cartel and allied producers including Russia have stuck to their output targets, despite uncertainty over the impact of fresh Western sanctions against Moscow.
Supercar-maker McLaren in talks with investors about £250m fundraising
McLaren Group, the supercar manufacturer and Formula One team-owner, is in talks to raise hundreds of millions of pounds in new funding aimed at steering the British-based company into the electric vehicle era.
Big advertisers including Amazon returning to Twitter, says report
Amazon is planning to resume multimillion dollar advertising on Twitter, according to reports.
Number of landlords selling up rises by nearly 13% in four months
The number of landlords selling up has risen by nearly 13% in four months, Sky News has learned.
Christmas travel warning as road workers to strike at same time as rail walkouts
Travellers have been told to brace for more Christmas chaos after road workers announced 12 days of strikes to coincide with rail walkouts.
Strikes every day before Christmas - which sectors are affected and why
The UK is facing a wave of strikes this winter, with at least one walkout a day ahead of Christmas, as workers from different industries seek better pay.
Sam Bankman-Fried: This crypto entrepreneur saw his £21bn empire crumble in just three days - what happened at FTX?
Sam Bankman-Fried looked unstoppable.
Review launched into tackling 'exploitative' late payments for small companies from larger firms
A review into tackling late payments for small companies from larger, more powerful firms has been launched by the government.
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