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Shares in Twitter rose a whopping 35 per cent in after-hours trading late last night, after the company announced its second quarter resu
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The UK government will today kick off the 14th licensing round for shale gas, yet has bowed to opponents by including fresh curbs on frac
BRITAIN is set to outstrip global growth this year, with figures out today expected to confirm that the economy has bounced back from the
More than a quarter of a million Londoners are dollar millionaires, even when you exclude the value of their homes – making the capital t
RBS executives deliberately misled an influential committee of MPs in a major hearing into its alleged treatment of small businesses, the
Tesco will spend more than £1.8m on its new chief executive Dave Lewis but up to £9.6m on departing boss Philip Clarke as the supermarket
Western governments yesterday warned that a more severe round of sanctions could be imposed against the Russian government, with heads of
A passenger jet was shot down over Ukraine near the Russian border yesterday, killing around 300 people and straining the already tense g
Rupert Murdoch has his sights on creating a $150bn (£88bn) media behemoth by shelling out $80bn for the takeover of Time Warner and mergi