The top news headlines from the world of business this morning.
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The top newspaper headlines from the world of business this morning
Apple's hefty tax bill dominates the headlines this morning.
The top newspaper headlines from the world of business this morning.
Paddy Power Betfair could look at buying other rivals, UKIP leader Farage speaks at Trump rally and Central Bank governors gather at Jackson Hole.
MPs call for a ban of microbeads and Brexit rears its head again.
China becomes the largest oil operator in the North Sea, HSBC says the government could borrow an extra £50bn, and Sports Direct criticised... again.
The former BHS owner used a £1.5mln loan from the high street stalwart to make sure his family home didn’t get repossessed, while the NHS’s senior position hiring policy has come under fire
Apple buys Turi machine-learning startup for a reported US$200mln; Royal Mail axes its gold-plated final salary pension scheme; some bond yields turn negative
Shortfall in final salary pensions hits £408 billion; Brexit: Norway could block the UK from rejoining the Economic Free Trade Area; Double blow sends pound tumbling to below US$1.30
A round up of the top business headlines from the papers this morning.
Football rights, Lloyds Banking, Poundland, Airbus, Intercontinental Hotels Group ...
Was it a big bazooka or damp squid? asks the papers
Nike's exit from the golf equipment business is another signal that the game isn't bringing in new players - according to Fortune.
Tesla posts US$293mln loss; supermarket price promotions targeting less healthy food;Goldman fined US$36mln for using stolen Fed reports in its advice
Brexit: it caused the fastest slump in construction in seven years, prompted a £3.5bn panic withdrawal of investment funds but gives UK a "huge advantage" in trade deals