Serco upgrades profit forecasts

UK outsourcer wins contract extensions including work for US Army

Macquarie to start Thames Water sale

Australian infrastructure investor expects to raise between £1bn and £1.5bn

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Thomas Cook cabin crew vote to strike

Flight attendants unhappy about frequency of rest breaks

Shell job cuts rise to 5,000 after BG deal

Oil drop puts energy group under pressure to find cost savings

Singapore bourse in Baltic Exchange talks

Vow to keep user fees unchanged for 5 years

Online trade: what Brussels has in mind

How European Commission intends to create single digital market

Pool of buyers dwindles for BHS

Several of Britain’s wealthiest retail tycoons step away

Rowe shows ‘Mrs M&S’ some love

Incoming boss changes retailer’s focus and tone

International push boosts Babcock profits

Defence outsourcer highlights benefits of Avincis helicopter deal

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MPs ratty with Lord Grabiner over BHS

Taveta chairman spoke of ‘after-event ratification’

Javid lands in Mumbai for key Tata talks

Indian company finalises shortlist for UK steel bids

Advisers to BHS buyer to face MPs

Grant Thornton and Olswang will be asked why they teamed up with Chappell

Fracking has far to go despite victory

Doubts on commercial viability persist even after Yorkshire boost

Four Seasons seeks bigger fee increases

Losses at Britain’s biggest care home owner continue to deepen

UK ‘bad bank’ to sell £16bn of mortgages

Disposal of Bradford & Bingley loans largest of kind in Europe

Market place lending: peer to peer pressure

An innovation born out of crisis may struggle as conditions normalise

Losses deepen at Sheffield Forgemasters

Britain’s last independent steelmaker hit by oil and gas downturn

France still ‘fully behind’ Hinkley Point

EDF boss refuses to guarantee plant will be finished by 2025

Nationwide sees surge in mortgage lending

Profits at UK’s largest building society rise 23 per cent to £1.3bn

Old Mutual nears deal to sell US business

South African group nears deal with AMG as part of retrenchment

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