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  • Toyota profit up 5% on stronger US sales

    Toyota profit up 5% on stronger US sales

    Japan’s Toyota has reported a 4.7% year-on-year rise in net income for the three months to December, to 627.9bn yen ($5.37bn; £3.7bn), due in part to stronger sales in the US.

     
  • Rangers say goodbye to Mike Ashley

    Rangers say goodbye to Mike Ashley

    Rangers are looking to bring their tumultuous relationship with Sports Direct to a close by formally giving notice to the Mike Ashley company to end their commercial partnership – yet the two companies could still be tied together until 2023.

     
  • January sales provides relief for retailers

    January sales provides relief for retailers

    The souring economic mood failed to dampen the spirits of consumers who flocked to the shops in January and also splurged on the biggest-ticket item for most households, new cars.

     
  • Carney downgrades UK growth prospects as rate rise kicked into long grass

    Carney downgrades UK growth prospects as rate rise kicked into long grass

    Monetary Policy Committee votes unanimously to hold rates and says wages likely to remain subdued for longer

     
  • HSBC told to reveal dossier of secrets

    HSBC told to reveal dossier of secrets

    US judge rules in favour of angry customer who demanded to see bank’s internal report on money-laundering

     
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    Getting to know you: Deepak Tailor

    We talk to Deepak Tailor about his inspirations in business, and find out what he would have differently given the chance.

     
  • The Truth about R&D Tax credits

    The Truth about R&D Tax credits

    The UK is known for being a hub of innovation, yet thousands of companies are missing out on R&D tax credits. Do you know what they are? Would you like the opportunity to claim £40,000 from HMRC?