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Coventry Building Society tables bid to remutualise Co-operative Bank
One of Britain’s biggest building societies has tabled a surprise takeover bid for the Co-operative Bank – a deal that would effectively remutualise one of the country’s most recognisable high street lenders.
TUI shareholders may get vote on end to London listing
Europe's biggest travel operator has revealed that it may seek to pull out of the London Stock Exchange amid continuing questions over the City's post Brexit future.
Air France, Lufthansa and Etihad criticised over adverts that contained 'misleading' environmental claims
Adverts for three airlines have been banned by a regulator for giving consumers a misleading impression of their environmental credentials.
Train strikes: Full list of dates in December 2023 and rail lines affected
ASLEF's train drivers are to stage several strikes and overtime bans in December in their long-running dispute over pay.
Ten Entertainment bowled over by £300m US takeover bid
One of Britain's biggest tenpin bowling venue operators will this week disclose that it has become the latest London-listed companies to recommend a private equity-backed takeover.
Thames Water pays £37.5m dividend amid debt pile and pollution fines, sparking Ofwat query
Thames Water has been asked to explain a £37.5m dividend payment made to a parent company.
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange says report traders told of Hamas attack in advance is inaccurate and irresponsible
A report saying some investors may have known in advance about Hamas's plan to attack Israel on 7 October and used that knowledge to make hundreds of millions of pounds is inaccurate and its publication was irresponsible, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange has said.
Thames Water reveals leap in pollution incidents
Thames Water has revealed an 18% rise in pollution incidents during the first half of its financial year along with a rise in its huge debt pile.
Cost of Christmas dinner set to rise in 'record-breaking' festive grocery spree
The cost of a traditional Christmas dinner will rise on last year, according to a closely-watched report that is also forecasting record sales for supermarkets over the festive season.
Crisis-hit CBI turns to Smith & Nephew's Soames as next president
The crisis-hit CBI has turned to Sir Winston Churchill's grandson to help steer it back from the brink of financial oblivion.