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Insurance giant Aviva said it plans to retain its arms in Singapore and China following media speculation over the future of its businesses in Asia.
Technical equipment supplier Diploma has increased its dividend payout for the year after reporting “strong” rises in sales and profits.
Transport for London (TfL) fares will remain frozen for another year, Sadiq Khan has confirmed.
Software business Sage has sold its payments service arm for £232 million to Elavon, a subsidiary of US firm Bancorp.
EasyJet has managed to enjoy the peak summer period more than its rivals this year, with strikes hitting British Airways and Ryanair.
The number of manufacturing companies entering insolvency has hit a five-year high, new research suggests.
Nearly a quarter of 18 to 34-year-olds have fallen for a Black Friday scam in the past five years, a survey has found.
A US website which connects buyers and sellers of trainers could start looking beyond its core “sneakerhead” client base and rope in traditional investors with funds linked to the price of different shoes.
British investors are seeing lacklustre dividend growth and have been forced to rely on one-off special payments from the FTSE’s bankers and miners to boost their returns this quarter.
The boss of energy firm Red Rock Power Limited said it the firm is still committed to making the Inch Cape windfarm off the coast of Angus a reality.