Sky shares jump on strong revenue growth

Pay-TV group brushes off any Brexit-related concerns

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Corporate excuses: the BreXit Factor

When the stars won’t line up and the numbers are plain wrong

Diageo chief Ivan Menezes say the group is well-positioned in North America
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Diageo’s hangover starts to lift

Ivan Menezes delivers ‘turnround’ year and pledges to maintain momentum

BAE confident of overcoming Brexit bumps

UK defence group’s chief believes UK will work to keep US ties

Brexit business tracker

How the UK’s EU referendum vote has affected banks, technology companies and exporters

'Girl in a Liberty Dress' by Clara Drummond, winner of this year's BP Portrait Award
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BP renews arts funding despite protests

Four of UK’s foremost arts institutions receive £7.5m boost

Sean Connery in Dr No (1962) James Bond film that was shot at Pinewood Studios

Pinewood Studios to be sold for £323m

Private equity-backed fund set to speed up group’s expansion plan

Lloyds to shed more jobs and branches

Bank more than doubles first-half profits

Lloyds Bank: say a little prayer for him

Shares are at 2011 levels but the UK lender is in much better shape

Shell profits plunge 72%

ConocoPhillips and Total also announce steep drops in earnings

Weir’s chief to step down

Cochrane to be replaced by finance director Stanton

BT sales soar after EE takeover

Integration ’progressing well’ amid network division uncertainty

Countrywide warns on Brexit hit to profit

Slowdown in home sales more marked in south-east, says estate agency

Rolls-Royce beats expectations

Shares rise 14% as aero-engine maker maintains full-year guidance

Schroders hit by biggest outflows since crisis

UK asset manager says heightened market volatility could limit demand for its funds

Terror attacks hit Thomas Cook sales

Losses widen due to continued instability across Europe

SABMiller pauses AB InBev integration

Work has focused on areas such as financial operations and IT

Barriers needed for Quindell lookalikes

Almost every UK financial regulator has launched probe into company

StanChart hires IMF’s Viñals as chairman

Peace’s replacement is to relocate to London

Tullow sells first oil from Ghana field

Output will allow group to pay down $4.7bn debt pile


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