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RBS reports first profit in 10 years
The taxpayer-owned bank has reported an annual profit for the first time since the financial crisis.
Ex-BHS owner Dominic Chappell fined 87,000
The fine was imposed for failing to provide information about BHS's pension schemes.
Florida shooting: Firms abandon NRA amid consumer boycott
Several corporate partners abandon the US gun lobby in the wake of the deadly school shooting.
'Disbelief and discontent' over rail timetable delays
New train timetables could be published just four weeks before journeys are due to happen
Electric powered Minis to be built in China
BMW plans a partnership with a Chinese firm to build electric-powered Minis in China.
Persimmon chief's bonus cut by 25m
Bonuses to top executives at housebuilder Persimmon are cut following criticism over excessive rewards.
William Hill pushed into loss by Australia writedown
The bookmaker reports an annual loss of 75m after slashing the value of its Australian business.
British Rail could be revived under Labour
The shadow chancellor says a Labour government would bring together tracks and trains again.
Kylie Jenner 'sooo over' Snapchat - and shares tumble
Shares in Snapchat's owner sink after the reality TV star tweets her criticism of the messaging app.
EU arsenic warning over magnetic putty children's toy
A magnetic putty toy is no longer on sale after dangerous levels of arsenic were found in a product.
BT told to share poles for ultrafast fibre internet
BT must make it easier for rivals to install fibre broadband on telegraph poles, Ofcom says.
Standard Life Aberdeen sells insurance business for over 3bn
Standard Life Aberdeen reaches a deal with Phoenix Group to sell one of the UK's oldest insurance companies.
China seizes control of insurance giant Anbang
In an unusual move Anbang Insurance will be run by the government for one year.
Japanese airbag maker Takata reaches settlement in US
The penalty will not be paid, however, as Takata's US arm TK Holdings is in bankruptcy proceedings.
KFC's cheeky apology for chicken chaos
KFC has taken a cheeky approach to apologising for the supply chain chaos that closed more than 700 restaurants. How did it go down with the customers?

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