AT&T faces an uphill battle to convince US regulators that its proposed $85.4bn takeover of Time Warner will not unfairly distort the media and communications industries after opponents of the deal said the combined entity would wield too much market ...
A planned price hike in Marmite brought home to many the everyday consequences of a free-falling pound. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian.
Britain's manufacturing sector grew steadily over the last three months, with output and orders both increasing as the pound's ongoing weakness boosted exports, according to data from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Here is a timeline of some of the key events in the debate over expansion of airport capacity. ,. June 2001. It is reported that Labour ministers are "seriously considering" building a runway at Heathrow in order to keep pace with other European airports.
Microsoft will raise prices for British customers to cope with the falling value of the pound, it was announced today. The computer giant will increase prices by up to 22 per cent for business users to 'realign' prices with those in the Eurozone.