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December 2018 articles

The South Korean energy ministry has unveiled a raft of measures designed to support the country's strained car parts industry, [...]

18 December

ABB shareholders will pocket the cash as it sells off its least profitable business arm for between $7.6bn and $7.8bn (£6bn-£6.2bn) [...]

17 December

Shares in Acacia Mining dropped earlier amid reports that the Serious Fraud Office is looking into the company’s affairs in [...]

17 December

A planned merger between SSE and Innogy's Npower will no longer be going ahead, after the two gas and electricity firms were [...]

17 December

Interserve is tomorrow expected to break its silence on rumours it may sell off its £250m building materials unit, RMD Kwikform, [...]

16 December

Fracking at the Preston New Road site in Lancashire has been paused by fracking company Cuadrilla for at least 18 hours following [...]

15 December

Bombardier’s shares were down today as it announced it is to supply high-speed train cars to China’s state-owned railway [...]

13 December

Investors in Faroe Petroleum hit back at DNO’s hostile bid for the North Sea oil company today, calling it a “non-starter”. [...]

12 December

Interserve’s suppliers are worried they will not receive payments from the debt-stricken outsourcer, as its share prices nudge [...]

12 December

Paving stone manufacturer Marshalls has today laid down a bet on the new build housing market with the £17.2m acquisition of [...]

12 December

Ftse 250 oil field services company Wood Group said today that its 2018 performance has been in line with expectations, but warned [...]

12 December

Aerospace and defence giant Rolls-Royce has confirmed its full-year profit and cashflow guidance for 2018 with expectations that [...]

12 December

Fracking was paused at the UK’s only active shale fracking well today as another seismic tremor shook the area. [...]

11 December

Faroe Petroleum has agreed to swap oil and gas fields with Norwegian state firm Equinor as it fights a hostile takeover from [...]

5 December

The Court of Appeal has ruled against chocolate-make Cadbury in a battle over its ability to trademark a shade of purple. [...]

5 December