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Colluding drug firms 'cost the NHS millions of pounds'
The competition regulator says that four drugs firms forced the price of an anti-nausea tablet up by 700%.
Boeing 737 Max: FAA says no fixed timetable for grounding to be lifted
US aviation regulator says he is "not tied to a timetable" over when the Boeing jet can fly again.
HS2 boss: Business case for Northern extension is 'clear'
Mark Thurston says the "real prize" for the UK would be the completion of the high-speed rail network.
Panasonic 'suspends transactions' with Huawei after US ban
US restrictions on Chinese telecoms giant Huawei are having a ripple effect across the tech industry.
Body Shop owner Natura to buy Avon for £1.6bn
The new combined company will boast 3,200 stores worldwide with a presence in 100 countries.
Sky Bet boss: 'Industry should consider funding treatment centres'
The boss of one of the UK's biggest betting companies says more needs to be done to help problem gamblers.
Topshop tycoon Sir Philip Green to close 23 stores
The pensions regulator has doubts about Sir Philip Green's proposed rescue plan to mend the business.
British Steel insolvency endangers 5,000 jobs
British Steel enters compulsory liquidation, threatening 5,000 jobs directly and 20,000 more indirectly.
Google's Ad Exchange faces privacy probe by Irish regulator
The Irish Data Protection Commission will look into whether Google's Ad Exchange system is GDPR-compliant.
Prada to stop using fur from next year
The Italian fashion house will no longer use fur from next year, joining the list of fur-free brands.
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