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Russia has reportedly threatened to sue the French government after it refused to hand over a helicopter carrier Moscow ordered.Yuri Borisov, the country’s deputy minister of defence, was quoted...

Aviva has agreed to buy Friends Life Group in a £5bn-plus deal that will create a pensions provider with 16 million UK customers.Confirming a report by Sky News on Friday, Aviva said it had reached a...

The regulatory arm of the Bank of England will hand out its first-ever fine later when it censures Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for an IT meltdown in 2012. Sky News has learnt that the Prudential Regulation...

Solar energy company SunEdison is adding some wind-fueled power to its business with a deal worth up to $2.4 billion.The St. Peters, Mo.-based company and its publicly traded subsidiary, TerraForm Power,...

Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s assigned Twitter’s recent bond offering with a “junk” rating Thursday, indicating it has a relatively low view of Twitter’s ability to...

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AT&T’s ambitious plans to provide 4G in-flight connectivity have been shelved, the company revealed.The telecoms giant had been working on a service to challenge industry leader Gogo, a Chicago-based...

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Discount supermarket chain Aldi has announced plans to create 35,000 new jobs in Britain.A proposed £600m investment, which would include a doubling of its store numbers to 1,000, was confirmed as the...

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A failure by petrol firms and supermarkets to pass on the full benefit of falling oil prices to customers filling up at the pumps would be an “outrage”, a Cabinet Minister will warn. Treasury...

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Britain’s biggest banks have abandoned efforts to head off a full-blown competition inquiry following a lukewarm response from regulators. Sky News understands that the Competition and Markets Authority...

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US stock indexes have climbed back to record highs after a surprise stimulus package from Japan’s central bank.Just two weeks after the US market had its biggest slump in two years, the Dow Jones...