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Racing faces its biggest financial crisis in 18 years, being forced to close down due to equine flu.
The Sports Direct owner confirms a bid for the cafe chain, which has about 121 outlets still open.
Although people ended up happier, the government hoped it would help the unemployed to find work.
A compromise is reached on Nord Stream 2, which will double Russian gas flowing into Germany.
Could you live frugally so that you could be financially independent by your 40s?
The Topshop boss had gagged the newspaper from publishing allegations of misconduct against five staff.
Digital banking service Revolut is referred to the city watchdog over its Valentine's Day "single takeaway" ad.
Liverpool announce a world record post-tax profit of £106m and a club record turnover of £455m in the 12 months to May 2018.
Big six energy firm SSE says it has lost more customers and cuts its profit forecast for this year.
Mashed Productions, which owns the satirical news website, is being bought by media firm Digitalbox.
Jeff Bezos says National Enquirer attempted extortion by threatening to publish "intimate photos".
The Ineos contract Ford Bridgend hopes to win is seen by some as a "vanity project", says car expert.
Nordstream 2 is the name of the undersea pipeline that should soon pump more Russian gas into Europe.
India's Parle-G ranks among the world's biggest selling biscuits but competition is heating up. Can they stay ahead?
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the barcode became a million dollar idea.
The smartphone is becoming a powerful medical tool that can diagnose a growing number of conditions.
The public spending watchdog says the government's housing planning system is underperforming.
Chairman Eddie Lampert's multi-billion dollar offer could keep more than 400 stores open.
The low-cost airline has urged shareholders to accept a £2.2m takeover offer from Connect Airways.
The transport secretary asks Thanet council not to make a decision on the future of Ramsgate's port.