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Former Addison Lee chief races to assemble rescue bid
Liam Griffin, the former Addison Lee chief executive, is racing to assemble a rescue bid for London's second-biggest minicab operator that would leave its lenders nursing heavy losses.
General election: Jeremy Corbyn says Treasury document proves there will be Northern Ireland checks
Jeremy Corbyn says he has obtained a confidential Treasury report which "drives a coach and horses" through Boris Johnson's claim there will be no Irish Sea border after Brexit.
Eddie Stobart to keep on truckin' as investors back rescue
Eddie Stobart Logistics, the haulage firm known for its red and green lorries, says it has secured "overwhelming" shareholder backing for a rescue deal.
Trump hails 'blowout' job numbers as stock markets bounce
Donald Trump has tweeted his satisfaction after a closely-watched report suggested the US economy was in a healthier place than feared.
Elon Musk's 'faith restored' after winning defamation case over 'pedo guy' tweet
Elon Musk has said his "faith in humanity is restored" after he won a defamation case brought against him for calling a British caving expert a "pedo guy".
Ted Baker hires Deloitte to probe £25m missing stock mystery
Ted Baker has drafted in investigators from Deloitte to probe the accounting blunder that led the fashion brand to overstate the value of its stock by up to £25m.
Manchester United sign deal with Alibaba in China
Manchester United have signed a partnership deal with Alibaba - the Chinese e-commerce company.
Uber reveals 464 rape claims in US over past two years
Uber has revealed almost 6,000 reports of sexual assault related to its operations in the US over the past two years, including 464 claims of rape.
3i plots £350m sale of telecoms masts operator
One of the UK’s largest operators of mobile telecoms towers is exploring a sale amid soaring demand for access to wireless communications networks.
Apple toppled as world's most valuable firm by Saudi Aramco flotation
The share price set for state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco has made its flotation the biggest in history and sees Apple toppled as the world's most valuable listed firm.