The chief executive of British American Tobacco (BAT) is preparing to step down in the wake of a sector-wide share price decline prompted by investor concern over slowing sales growth.
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Inflation jumped unexpectedly to 2.7% in August, its highest level in six months, shocking economists that had expected a drop.
European airports have privately warned that a "no-deal" Brexit would cause "major disruption and heightened safety risks", Sky News has learned.
Jack's doesn't feel like being in a Tesco.
Britain has been told it must "rework" its proposals on the Irish border as the Brexit negotiations enter a "decisive phase".
B&Q owner Kingfisher has reported a 30% drop in half-year statutory pre-tax profits to £281m.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is referring the proposed merger between Sainsbury's and Asda for a further "in-depth investigation".
The UK car industry has demanded Brexit negotiators rule out a "no-deal" scenario immediately, to avoid costly damage to the sector across Europe.
Some mobile phone companies have charged customers almost half a billion pounds for handsets which they already own, according to Citizens Advice.
Tesco is opening the first store under its new Jack's brand on Wednesday, with the retailer due to outline the scale of its ambition.
Car giant BMW will shut its main British manufacturing factory immediately after Brexit day next year for several weeks, because of the rising risk of a "no-deal" divorce, Sky News has learned.
The EU is no longer planning to sue Ireland over its failure to recover €14.3bn (£12.7bn) in back taxes and interest from Apple after the company handed over the money.
The Conservatives' key promise to keep net migration under 100,000 has been branded a "political target" that is not immigration policy.
BMW, Daimler and the Volkswagen group are being investigated over collusion on the development of car emission control systems.
Funding Circle, the peer-to-peer lender on the verge of a £2bn flotation, will this week strengthen its board by recruiting a director of Virgin Money.
Online grocer Ocado saw a slowdown in retail sales growth as the average value of customer orders remained virtually unchanged in its third quarter to 2 September.
Coca Cola has confirmed it is interested in exploring the possibilities of using a cannabis compound in some of its drinks.
Donald Trump has intensified America's trade war with China by imposing new $200bn (£152bn) tariffs on imports.
A Japanese internet entrepreneur is to be the first "space tourist" to fly round the moon.
Blippar, one of Britain's most-hyped technology start-ups, is raising another $37m (£28.2m) from investors amid mounting losses.