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Clipper Logistics founder fashions £300m takeover bid
The founder of Clipper Logistics is plotting a £300m takeover of the company which helps retailers such as ASOS and John Lewis fulfil growing volumes of online orders.
£21tn investor group urges action at Aviva
A powerful group of institutional investors is urging Aviva to accelerate an overhaul of its strategy as the FTSE-100 insurer faces renewed discontent in the City over its performance.
Tata Steel to cut 3,000 European jobs
Tata Steel is planning to cut around 3,000 jobs in Europe, with over half in the Netherlands.
E-cigarette giant Juul Labs sued by New York state
America's biggest e-cigarette maker continues to face unrelenting regulatory pressure after being sued by New York state on Tuesday, for allegedly marketing its products to under-aged consumers.
EasyJet to offset carbon emissions from all flights by planting trees
EasyJet has said it is going to become the first airline in the world to operate net-zero carbon flights through offsetting emissions made by its planes by, among other things, planting trees.
Prince Andrew: KPMG not renewing sponsorship of Duke of York's scheme
Accountancy firm KPMG is not renewing its sponsorship of Prince Andrew's Pitch@Palace initiative, Sky News understands.
Stadia: Google's online game streaming service launches to complaints about lag
Google's game-streaming platform Stadia has launched - and is being immediately criticised for the lag affecting services.
Food giants warn of price hikes as recycling scheme costs soar
Britain's biggest food and drink producers are warning that consumers face having to pay more for popular brands because of the soaring cost of a government-led recycling scheme.
Kylie Jenner sells majority stake in cosmetics business for £460m
Reality TV star Kylie Jenner has sold a majority stake in her cosmetics business for $600m (£463m).
General election: Boris Johnson delays corporation tax cuts to help fund NHS
Boris Johnson has vowed to delay cuts to corporation tax to fund "priorities" like the NHS, as he, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson made their election pitch to business bosses.