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Ryanair to recognise unions to prevent pilots' strike before Christmas
Ryanair had to cancel hundreds of flights in September because of staff shortages. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images. Ryanair.
Ryanair backs down in battle over pilot unions  Financial Times
Ryanair seeks to avert Christmas strikes by offering to recognise unions for ...  Telegraph.co.uk
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Unilever sells household name spreads to KKR for �6bn
Flora margarine is one of several brands bought by private equity house KKR. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters. Unilever. Unilever sells household name spreads to KKR for �6bn.
KKR snaps up Unilever's spreads business in €7bn deal  Financial Times
KKR Goes on a Margarine Binge  Bloomberg
BT, Sky bury hatchet with deal to sell each other's telly channels
BT and Sky have set aside their long-running feud and signed a deal to sell their channels on each other's platforms. Under the deal, BT will supply its sports channels, which show UEFA Champions League and Premier League football, to Sky.
MARKETS CLOSE: Shares climb as Brussels signs off on phase one of Brexit; BT ...  This is Money
BT and Sky agree content sharing deal  Financial Times
Britvic Norwich factory closure confirmation is a 'classic case of trying to ...
Britvic's confirmation of the closure of its Norwich factory little more than a week before Christmas is a “hammer blow” that is “a classic case of trying to bury bad news”, a union has said.
Iconic brand Britvic announces plans to close UK factory with loss of ...  Mirror.co.uk
Britvic Site To Close In Norwich  Heart
More than 1m 'forgotten homes' in UK do not get fast enough broadband
Families in rural areas are being left behind by slow internet speeds, Ofcom said. Photograph: Inti St Clair/Getty Images/Blend Images.
Million Britons miss out on 'decent' broadband speeds  BBC News
A million UK homes still get crappy broadband speeds, groans Ofcom  The Register
Persimmon chairman resigns after row over giant exec bonuses
The chairman of housebuilder Persimmon is to resign over his role in creating one of the biggest ever executive pay schemes in a "a warning signal to pay committees".
Persimmon chair quits over failure to rein in CEO's 'obscene' ...  The Guardian
Why Persimmon's chairman was right to quit over bonus scheme backlash  Sky News
What's Next After the Repeal of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to discard so-called net neutrality rules that prevented broadband providers from slowing sites or demanding payments from them for fast delivery.
What's next for net neutrality, and when will we see change?  NBCNews.com
Net neutrality: Debunking the arguments used to repeal it  The Independent
Airbus power struggle sees departure of Fabrice Br�gier
Airbus has begun a shake-up of senior management that will trigger acute political sensitivity in France and Germany, the main stakeholders in Europe's flagship aerospace company.
Airbus chief Tom Enders to leave after power struggle  BBC News
Guillaume Faury wins power struggle for top job at Airbus  The Times
Pound tumbles on Brexit doubts but FTSE 100 edges higher
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LONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100 Swings Higher At Pound Slides After EU Warns Of ...  Fox Business
Pound Faints At Thought Of 'Even Tougher' Phase 2 Brexit Negotiations  Investing.com UK
Household finances are worse since Brexit vote, says Bank of England
A Bank of England survey in September found the highest percentage of households reporting mortgage debts of more than four times their earnings than at any time since 2013.
Confidence falls as more people expect household finances to get worse  The Times
UK households under most financial strain in 5 years  Financial Times