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The airline cuts its outlook after being forced to cancel hundreds of flights involving the grounded jet.
The International Monetary Fund downgrades global growth for 2019, seeing "many downside risks".
Shops will continue to trade while lenders comprising High Street banks and US hedge funds take charge.
Sports Direct makes a last-minute attempt to refinance the department store chain, but is turned down.
Carlos Ghosn was arrested for a fourth time last week while out on bail and faces several charges.
If the move goes ahead, duties could rise on EU products ranging from aircraft to cheese and wine.
Carlos Ghosn's family lawyer says the former Nissan boss' right to a fair trial has been violated.
Israeli researchers think it's time we changed our approach to securing our computers from hackers.
Lloyd's of London insurance has a new code of conduct, but not everyone welcomes it.
Staff are calling for pay increases to combat the "stress" of low pay.
President Macron's "great debate" shows that tax cuts are necessary, the prime minister says.
Debenhams has refused an offer that would have made Sports Direct's owner the chain's new boss.
Iain Conn's £2.4m pay is 72 times that of one of Centrica's smart energy experts, who receive £33,718.
House of Lords Standards Commissioner rejects complaint Lord Hain failed to declare law firm role.
The case against four former Barclays bankers - who denied the charges - dated back to 2008.
The businessman, who faces charges of financial misconduct, was re-arrested last week.
Chairman Cho Yang-ho's leadership has been plagued by several family scandals over the years.
Pram shade boss Cara Sayer wanted to succeed but was overwhelmed by how fast her firm grew.
The government's plans also include blocking offending sites from appearing in web searches.
Why Nisha Katona quit being a barrister to build an "authentic" Indian restaurant chain.