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Just Eat to axe around 1,700 delivery worker jobs
Delivery giant Just Eat has announced it is to axe 1,700 jobs as it ceases to employ its delivery riders and drivers.
Tesco Clubcard changes: Supermarket to cut value of rewards scheme
Tesco is cutting the value of its Clubcard rewards scheme, with customers no longer able to get triple their value when they cash them in with scheme partners.
Manchester United sale: Eight bids could be made as Wednesday deadline looms
As many as eight bids could be made for Manchester United before Wednesday's deadline for second offers, it is understood.
Credit Suisse bondholders may take legal action over £14bn wipe out in UBS takeover
A Swiss regulator's decision to prioritise shareholder value over certain bondholders in the forced takeover of Credit Suisse could result in legal action, a law firm has warned.
JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank to face lawsuits accusing them of enabling Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking
JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank must face lawsuits accusing them of enabling Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking, a US judge has said.
Steel tycoon Gupta faces winding-up petition as Aartee row deepens
A row involving the steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta and one of his biggest UK customers has deepened after administrators launched a bid to wind up a company he bought just weeks ago.
UK's role in the global financial sector, living pensions and foam
Ian King finds out about a plan published today that aims to reinvigorate the UK's role as a global financial sector. He is joined by Andy Curran, the chief executive of Standard Life and Katherine Chapman, director at the Living Wage Foundation to discuss pensions, following last week's budget. Ian speaks to the deputy prime minister of Mongolia about mining. And the chief executive of Zotefoams shares his business success.
Ex-Virgin Money chief Gadhia eyes sale of finance app Snoop
Snoop, the moneysaving app set up by the former boss of Virgin Money, is exploring a sale after receiving a series of unsolicited takeover approaches.
Craft gin maker British Honey flies towards administration after funding failure
A producer of honey-based products including craft gins has revealed plans to call in administrators after failing to secure long-term funding and a sale of the business.
RMT union members at Network Rail vote to accept new pay offer
RMT union members at Network Rail have voted to accept a revised pay offer - ending a long-running dispute over jobs, pay and conditions.