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The departing boss of Mitie on Monday hit out at the Government, warning “the cuts have gone too deep” as the FTSE 250 outsourcer withdrew from the domestic healthcare market, fell to a £100 million half-year loss and slashed its dividend.
Facebook will continue to invest in the UK despite the Brexit vote, the social media giant’s European boss said on Monday as she revealed plans for a hiring spree.
The City’s tallest tower — known as the “Trellis” — is set to get the go-ahead after planning officers gave the thumbs-up to the scheme.
Weapons maker Chemring expects to benefit if President-elect Donald Trump makes his Nato allies spend more money on defence in future.
Aberdeen Asset Management has scrapped a multi-billion-pound tilt at an Italian-owned fund house after baulking at the sky-high price tag.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell is contesting an attempt to put his Retail Acquisitions business into administration, the serial bankrupt said on Monday.
BT has been barred from the latest mobile broadband auction in a move by Ofcom to clamp down on its market dominance.
Londoners are still forking out for facelifts and boob jobs despite the Brexit vote, according to the boss of a plastic surgery firm, which on Monday unveiled plans to open its first hospital.
The prospect of Lloyds Banking Group doing its first deal since being rescued by taxpayers seven years ago did not sit well with the City on Monday.
A half-share in South East Water, provider of water to more than two million customers across southern England, is up for sale for around £200 million, it emerged on Monday.
Small business agony aunt Jo Malone discusses expanding from the internet to the High Street.
Start-up Hire Space discusses shaking up the £40 billion events game.
Jim Armitage looks at the tough job the new Mitie boss faces.
Hamish McRae says Trumponomics may just be a good thing.
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