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Microsoft steps away from Windows 10 Mobile OS

Microsoft appears to be moving away from its smartphone operating system, Windows 10 Mobile, according to BBC News. Microsoft Windows 10 chief Joe Belfiore tweeted that it was no longer a “focus” for … Continue reading “Microsoft steps away from Windows 10 Mobile OS”


Big banks lease Frankfurt offices as Brexit contingency

Speculation that London could lose out on its status as a global financial hub post-Brexit has taken a tangible turn as several major banks have agreed leases in the city’s competitor hub, Frankfurt. … Continue reading “Big banks lease Frankfurt offices as Brexit contingency”


Legal & General invests £40m into employee loan fintech startup

Legal & General has invested £40m into a fintech startup that partners with employers to offer loans to workers, according to Business Insider UK. SalaryFinance was started by Dan Cobley, former MD of … Continue reading “Legal & General invests £40m into employee loan fintech startup”


Amazon to be hit with €13bn EU back tax claim

The European Union is set to claim millions of Euros from Amazon in back taxes, according to the Financial Times. The EU’s competition commissioner Margarethe Vestager has been leading an investigation into the … Continue reading “Amazon to be hit with €13bn EU back tax claim”


2 Sisters suspends operations in West Bromwich

The 2 Sisters Food Group has suspended operations at its West Midlands site following allegations of food safety breaches, according to BBC News. The company, which is one of the UK’s largest chicken … Continue reading “2 Sisters suspends operations in West Bromwich”


Monarch goes into administration

Monarch Airlines has gone into administration, following a failure to agree a renewal of its package holiday licence with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), according to Business Traveller. The carrier, which operated scheduled … Continue reading “Monarch goes into administration”


British sugar industry set to boom following quota removal

The UK sugar industry is set to increase production as 50-year-old European Union quotas come to an end, according to BBC News. The quotas were agreed in 1968. They restrict the amount of … Continue reading “British sugar industry set to boom following quota removal”


Ryanair announces more flight cancellations

Ryanair has announced a further slew of flight cancellations and amended its growth plans amid continued negative publicity, according to Reuters. The budget airline said that hundreds of thousands of customers would be … Continue reading “Ryanair announces more flight cancellations”


Annual immigration into the UK to fall 100,000

Brexit is set to reduce annual immigration into the UK by 100,000 even if talks with the European Union result in a smooth deal, according to economists from Bank of America Merrill Lynch … Continue reading “Annual immigration into the UK to fall 100,000”


Video content moved out from Sunday Times’ paywall

The Sunday Times has moved some fashion videos out from behind its paywall in a bid to build its audience and boost advertising reach, according to Digiday UK. Examples of content taken outside … Continue reading “Video content moved out from Sunday Times’ paywall”


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