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Auditors 'complicit' in UK corporate failures, MPs say
MPs have accused auditors of being "complicit" in the recent failure of British corporate giants, after it emerged that Thomas Cook paid PwC up to £21m in consultancy fees.
WeWork board 'accepts' Softbank's takeover plan
WeWork's board has reportedly accepted a takeover plan proposed by its Japanese investor Softbank Group, in a move that will secure new financing for the troubled company.
Just Eat urges investors not to stomach rival offer
Just Eat has called on shareholders to reject a takeover offer as it presses ahead with its planned £8.2bn merger with Takeaway.com.
The price Northern Ireland will pay for UK's new Brexit deal
The Withdrawal Agreement Bill makes it clear that there will be more costs, more border checks and more uncertainty for Northern Irish companies trading with England, Scotland and Wales than with Ireland.
First September rise in public borrowing for five years ahead of Budget
Government borrowing in September has risen for the first time in five years, according to the final official figures ahead of Chancellor Sajid Javid's first scheduled Budget.
Butlin's owner vies to bed down with Sykes cottages
The privately owned leisure group behind Butlin's and Haven Holidays is trying to gatecrash a £350m auction of one of Britain’s biggest providers of vacation rental properties.
Ban on direct UK flights to Sharm el Sheikh lifted
Britain has lifted a ban on direct flights to Sharm el Sheikh four years after an Islamic State bombing of a Russian airliner triggered a suspension.
Facebook changes political advertising rules ahead of expected UK general election
Facebook wants the British government to define what a "political advertisement" is as it prepares for more criticism over interference ahead of an expected UK general election.
Durex maker RB cuts guidance again as China remains tough
The new boss of consumer goods firm Reckitt Benckiser (RB) has cut its revenue guidance for the second time this year and ordered a focus on "operational performance."
Tycoon Gupta renews talks on bid for loss-making British Steel
The industrials tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has reignited talks with the government about a takeover of British Steel amid mounting concerns over the prospects for a deal financed by Turkey’s military pension fund.