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  • Google fined £2bn over shopping service

    Google has been ordered to pay a record fine of £2.1bn (€2.42bn) for abusing its dominance as a search engine to boost its shopping comparison service.
  • Is this finally a fight Google can't win?

    It is less than 30 years since a small group of three computer science students at a Canadian university were bemoaning how hard it was to find things on a computer network.
  • Co-op Bank to seal £700m hedge fund rescue

    The board of the Co-operative Bank will gather on Tuesday night to apply the finishing touches to a £700m rescue deal led by a handful of American hedge funds, potentially ending months of uncertainty for the struggling lender’s four million customers.
  • 'Powerful' cyberattack on Ukraine goes global

    A "powerful" cyberattack that started in Ukraine has spread across the world, hitting banks, government IT systems and energy firms.
  • Banks ordered to build up billions in reserves

    The Bank of England will tell the UK's banking sector to store up billions of pounds as a cushion against future shocks to the financial system.
  • Danker handed £130bn UK productivity task

    It’s one of the UK’s most pressing economic conundrums: the lacklustre productivity performance that has left Britain languishing behind European rivals such as France, Germany and the Netherlands.
  • UK to leave single market by March 2019

    The UK will be out of the customs union and single market after March 2019, David Davis has suggested.
  • IMF strips Trump investment plan from forecast

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised down its forecasts for US economic growth, accounting for the Trump administration's failure to launch its promised stimulus.
  • Retailers count the cost of tough trading

    Retailers Carpetright and Debenhams have become the latest to fall victim to the tough consumer environment as earnings and sales struggled.
  • UK firms increasingly uneasy over Brexit

    What do you get when you put into the same room the bosses of Vodafone, BT, Rolls-Royce, Lloyds Banking Group, TalkTalk Telecom, Barclays, Nationwide Building Society, HSBC UK, Amazon UK, Merlin Entertainments, Siemens UK & Ireland, Unipart, the John Lewis Partnership, EY, KPMG, the CBI, Facebook UK & Ireland and the Institute of Directors and a gaggle of influential tech entrepreneurs?