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Rollover of trade deals with Norway and Iceland secured
The government says trade can continue with Norway and Iceland unchanged if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Debenhams loses major investor amid Ashley tug of war
Debenhams has lost its fifth-largest investor as retail tycoon Mike Ashley leads a boardroom coup at the struggling department store chain.
Embattled Kier picks chief left stranded by Carillion collapse
The construction executive hand-picked to rescue Carillion just weeks before its collapse will on Tuesday be named as the new boss of Kier, another of Britain's embattled building contractors.
FRC audit chief to exit as watchdog prepares for abolition
The accountancy watchdog's audit chief is quitting just days after ministers confirmed plans to replace it with a new body following controversy over its approach to a string of corporate scandals.
JD Sports snaps up struggling rival Footasylum for £90m
JD Sports has agreed to buy Footasylum in a £90m deal after its smaller rival was battered by the tough conditions on the high street.
Former transport secretary Ruth Kelly to join Heathrow board
Ruth Kelly, the former transport secretary, is to join the board of Heathrow Airport's parent company as it attempts to clear the remaining hurdles to the construction of its £14bn third runway.
New York-listed Roper clinches £400m Foundry deal
A New York-listed technology group has agreed to pay more than £400m for the British visual effects producer which worked on Gravity and Interstellar, trumping bids from rivals including Goldman Sachs.
Car and holiday sales held back by Brexit uncertainty, says report
Consumers are holding back on big-ticket purchases such as cars and holidays amid Brexit uncertainty, according to a monthly survey.
Worldpay in $43bn takeover by US fintech giant FIS
Payments processing giant Worldpay has agreed to a takeover by US fintech giant FIS in a deal valuing it at $43bn (£32bn).
Eurostar passengers urged not to travel from Paris to London due to strike
Eurostar passengers hoping to make the trip from Paris to London are being told to travel "only if absolutely necessary".