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Canadian owner of PokerStars close to £2.6bn swoop on Sky Bet
The Canadian gambling group behind the online PokerStars platform is in advanced talks about a takeover of Sky Bet that would gatecrash a £3bn London float of the English Football League sponsor.
Nissan to cut 'hundreds' of jobs at its plant in Sunderland
Nissan is set to cut hundreds of jobs at its plant in Sunderland because of a fall in demand for diesel-powered cars.
House prices soar as Ireland's economy booms
Ireland's economy is booming and so too are its house prices.
Watchdogs to fine Barclays boss over whistleblower
UK financial regulators plan to fine Barclays chief executive Jes Staley over attempts to uncover the author of an anonymous letter.
New 'phone boxes' spark privacy and surveillance concerns
If you live in London or Leeds, you may have already spotted one on a street corner near you.
Relief at Barclays over Jes Staley as regulators show teeth
There will be a profound sense of relief at Barclays that Jes Staley, its chief executive, has not lost his job as a result of his attempts to unmask a whistleblower.
Homebase owner woos bidders with huge dowry as deadline looms
Bidders for Homebase are being enticed with a huge dowry as the DIY chain's Australian owner seeks a fast-track exit from its disastrous foray into the UK retail sector.
Almost one million Scottish Power customers to see bills rise
Scottish Power is to increase energy bills for almost one million customers by an average of 5.5% - or £63 a year.
Royal Mail boss Moya Greene to step down
Royal Mail's chief executive Moya Greene is to step down after more than eight years in charge with almost £1m in pay and bonus.
Premier League players net £2.5bn in wages - Deloitte report
Premier League footballers took home £2.5bn in wages for the first time last season, though pay growth was at its weakest for 20 years when compared with surging club revenues.