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English clubs were the biggest global spenders during the summer transfer window, says Fifa.
But Ross McEwan says he replied in "good faith" to questions about alleged criminal activity.
The luxury goods maker tells the BBC that London will be the home for its global holding company.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tells the cabinet a no-deal Brexit could see home prices plunge.
A decade on, some of the big consequences of the financial crisis are also the most surprising.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has attacked the tech company for "leeching off the taxpayer".
Volkswagen ends output of its iconic marque, which found fame in Disney films, after sales fall.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos forms a charity to help the homeless and create new schools in poor areas.
The same power steering issue also led to a recall in 2017.
Central bank makes move after failing to take action in July, sending the lira slightly higher.
Property contracts must now be agreed in lira as President Erdogan moves to revive the currency.
John Lewis Partnership is under pressure to question the slogan that arguably defines its business model.
Policymakers at the Bank of England vote 9-0 to leave rates at 0.75% after last month's increase.
England's top football league signs a three-and-a-half-year agreement with Coke, which starts in January.
John Lewis's Charlie Mayfield tells the BBC matching rivals' deep discounting wiped out profits.
The Brexit secretary says it is a mistake for businesses that "aren't doing so well" to blame Brexit.
The chief executive of the Chinese firm has said it is developing a device with a fold-out screen.
The retailer's half-year profits slump to £1.2m amid discounting "extravaganza days" by rivals.
In a wide-ranging interview Bob Diamond talks of risk, market rigging and why RBS is worse than Barclays.
The UK's fourth-biggest supermarket reports its best quarterly sales increase for almost a decade.