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Police probing controversial RBS division
Police in Scotland are looking into allegations a controversial division of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), set up to restore struggling companies to health, broke the law in its dealings with them.
Borrowing hits 10-year low for September
Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost ahead of next month's Budget as public sector borrowing in September fell to its lowest in 10 years.
Mobile phone providers 'overcharging customers'
Loyal mobile phone customers could be being charged for their handsets after they have paid them off, a consumer group has warned.
Disasters to cost global insurers $95bn
Insurers are expected to take a total hit of $95bn (£72bn) as a result of a hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and earthquakes in Mexico, according to the world's second largest reinsurer Swiss Re.
Bank of England under fire over diversity
The Bank of England has come under fire for a lack of diversity in top positions - and an influential group of MPs may summon the Chancellor for a grilling over their concerns.
London's stock market enjoys a positive spell
Have you ever wanted to own shares in a debt collection agency?
Google offers hackers $1,000 to hack its apps
Google is offering security researchers a $1,000 (£760) bounty if they can successfully hack apps on its Play Store and help fix them.
Google owner leads $1bn funding for Uber rival
Google's parent company Alphabet is leading a $1bn round of new funding for ride-hailing company Lyft that will help it step up its challenge to larger rival Uber.
Uber hails ex-Ofcom boss for London appeal
A former chief executive of Ofcom, the media regulator, is being drafted in by Uber to aid its appeal against a ban that could force it to pull out of London.
Facial expressions give clues on bank policies
Software can be used to analyse the facial expressions of central bank governors and predict policy changes, researchers have claimed.