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Ryanair chief claims he can force pilots to give up a week of leave
Michael O'Leary said he had 'goodies' for pilots, but warned that these would be withdrawn if they 'misbehaved'.
Ryanair pilots face holiday threat  Financial Times
Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary fails to rule out more flight cancellations
BBC News  
UK borrowing at lowest since financial crisis; pound retreats against dollar ...
UK public sector borrowing is at its lowest level since the financial crisis, the ONS revealed this morning, giving chancellor Philip Hammond more wiggle room to ease austerity measures in his November budget.
UK budget deficit narrows as shoppers boost VAT receipts  The Guardian
Government borrowing at lowest August level for 10 years  BBC News
VW diesel car protest: Greenpeace members climb on boat
Environmental protesters have climbed on to a ship at a Kent port transporting diesel cars from Germany. Greenpeace said campaigners had boarded the ship at Sheerness in Kent and were preventing the unloading of the cars.
Greenpeace activists board ship transporting Volkswagen diesel cars to UK
Greenpeace boards ship in bid to stop UK-bound shipment of "toxic" ...  Reuters UK
Deliveroo makes huge loss on food delivery business
Losses have risen sharply at the gig economy food delivery firm, Deliveroo, according to its latest accounts. The company, incorporated under the name Roofoods, made a worldwide loss of �129m in 2016, up from �30m in 2015.
Deliveroo sales soar by 600% as international expansion delivers
Deliveroo's revenue grew 611% to �129 million in 2016  Business Insider
Co-op profits fall as it offloads final stake in bank
A Co-op shop. The group also runs funeral homes and an insurance business. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA. Co-operative Group. Co-op profits fall as it offloads final stake in bank.
Co-op Group sells off last 1% stake in Co-op Bank  Sky News
Co-op Group profits fall as final Co-op Bank stake sale revealed  Aberdeen Evening Express
Car insurance jumps to FIVE times inflation with average cost now �755 - and ...
Car insurance costs are rising five times faster than inflation, taking average annual bills to �755, new figures from Consumer Intelligence shows.
Car insurance bills rising five times faster than inflation  Belfast Telegraph
Car insurance bills rise at five times inflation  Your Money
'Payment by vein' trialled in supermarket
A supermarket in London is trialling a biometric payment system that uses the unique vein pattern in fingertips to pay for goods. Costcutter said it would consider rolling Fingopay out more widely if the test, at Brunel University, was successful.
UK's first fingertip payment at campus Costcutter  Brunel University News (press release)
Costcutter launches finger-vein enabled payments  Retail Week
No more big lunches: Pension advisers face grilling over 'conflicts of interest'
Britain's competition watchdog is to grill the �1.6 trillion UK pension adviser industry on its relationships with asset managers to work out if there are any conflicts of interest when giving advice.
Transparency among factors to be weighed in CMA probe of investment ...  Financial Times
Competition authorities put transparency at the core of their probe into ...  City A.M.
Janet Yellen refuses to be derailed by low-inflation mystery
The mystery surrounding this year's low-inflation quagmire is by her own admission unresolved but Janet Yellen refused to let this derail her monetary policy strategy on Wednesday.
Wall St. set to open lower after Fed's hawkish stance  Reuters
Futures flat after Fed signals third rate hike this year  Business Insider
Outsourcer Capita fails to reassure market with lacklustre results
Capita has failed to reassure the market over its plan to turn around the businesses after profits dipped in a weak first half to the year.
How's that 'turnaround' year going, Capita? Sheesh, sorry I asked  The Register
Shares in Capita slump again on weak results  Reuters UK