LONDON (Reuters) - Pay-TV group Sky (SKYB.L) believes its customers will accept higher prices, it said on Tuesday after reporting a 20 percent jump in nine-month profit, sending its shares to a 14-year high.
Controversial payday lender Wonga could change its name in a desperate attempt to regain credibility after a string of scandals caused the firm to lose �37.3million.
Northern Ireland companies are feeling confident about the future and are resisting the pre-election jitters affecting their counterparts in Great Britain, according to business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor.
Greek national flags are displayed for sale at the entrance of a one euro shop in Athens. Photograph: ALKIS KONSTANTINIDIS/REUTERS.
Supermarkets face an unprecedented inquiry into rip-offs that mislead customers into paying more for their groceries. Three specific rip-offs have been highlighted by Which?