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Cineworld kicks off talks with landlords about closure plan

Cineworld has opened talks with some of Britain's biggest commercial landlords about its plans to axe up to a quarter of its British cinema estate.

All wastewater companies in England and Wales face Ofwat investigation over sewage spills

The water regulator is now investigating every wastewater company in England and Wales over fears that some may not be meeting their obligation to…

Euro 2024 beer price war may have helped grocery inflation fall below 2%

A rush of promotional activity to lure football fans to supermarkets may have played a role in pushing grocery inflation to its lowest level since…

Elon Musk donates 'sizable amount' to Donald Trump-backing political group - reports

Billionaire Elon Musk has donated to a political group working to elect presidential candidate Donald Trump, according to reports.

Trump media firm - behind Truth Social - takes off as markets react to shooting

Shares in the company behind Donald Trump's Truth Social platform have surged by a third amid a wider bounce on investor hopes he returns to the Oval…

Information Commissioner's Office seeks proactive release of water company sewage data to improve industry…

Water companies have been asked by the information watchdog to proactively release data on the sewage they discharge into waterways.

Hedge fund tycoon Marshall's bid for Daily Telegraph in doubt

A takeover bid for The Daily Telegraph from Sir Paul Marshall, the hedge fund tycoon, is in growing doubt days before a deadline for offers for the…

Activewear brand TALA lands £5m funding boost from top investors

TALA, the activewear brand founded by Grace Beverley, will this week unveil a £5m funding boost from a syndicate of leading investors, including…

High prices, revolving door, unBritishness: What has gone wrong at the UK's only global luxury brand…

It's no secret that companies in the luxury goods sector have been going through a rough patch.

No, not sewage - the other thing rising water bills needs to pay for

The UK has a sewage problem and the public knows it.

Welsh government looks to ban drink refills to help people make 'healthy choice'

Drink refills could be banned in Wales, under plans currently the subject of a consultation.

CVC puts online trading platform Oanda up for sale

Oanda Global Corporation, the online retail trading platform, has been put up for sale by its private equity backers.

British Gas owner Centrica in talks to find new chairman

The FTSE-100 owner of British Gas, the UK's biggest domestic energy supplier, is in talks to recruit its next chairman.

Government approves three new solar farms that could power 400,000 homes

The government has approved three new solar farms, that could power more than 400,000 homes, according to estimates.

Post Office boss Read 'stepping back' ahead of Horizon inquiry evidence

Post Office chief executive Nick Read is stepping back from the role temporarily to prepare for the next stage of the Horizon scandal inquiry, the…