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Google is to launch its voice-controlled smart speaker to rival Amazon's Echo in the UK on 6 April, the tech giant has announced.
Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of Twitter and Square, has told Sky News there is a "middle ground" in the row over encryption between governments and Silicon Valley.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has offered to pay millions of pounds more to shareholders suing it over the 2008 rights issue which preceded its collapse into Government control.
Redrow has formally abandoned its planned takeover of struggling rival Bovis Homes, saying it was not in the best interests of shareholders to raise its offer.
Tesco is to take a £235m hit after it agreed separate deals to pay a fine and compensation to shareholders over the 2014 profits scandal.
Technology giants will this week face more pressure to allow intelligence services access to encrypted messaging in the aftermath of the Westminster attack.
From August the South West Trains franchise will be run by Chinese company MTR and First Group
Two of Tesco's biggest shareholders have called on the supermarket to scrap its planned £3.7bn takeover of wholesaler Booker.
The controversial employment agency which staffs Sports Direct's largest warehouse is hunting new financial backers as it faces fresh pressure from MPs to overhaul the working practices it imposes across its operations.
Palmer and Harvey (P&H), the troubled cash-and-carry group, has parachuted in one of Britain's top corporate restructuring veterans amid crunch talks about a deal to shore up its finances.