Thomas Cook: 'They told me the money was safe'

Many angry Thomas Cook customers are still awaiting refunds for the holidays that never happened.

Eddie Stobart rescue vote passes 'overwhelmingly'

Shareholders pass survival plan for the company famed for its distinctive green and red lorries.

Some West Coast Rail fares to be capped

The UK's competition watchdog agrees a cap rail fares on certain routes between Preston and Scotland.

Uber: 6,000 US sexual assault reports in two years

The figures come as the ride-hailing company is under intense pressure globally over safety issues.

Saudi Aramco raises record $25.6bn in share sale

The oil giant's listing is the biggest ever, surpassing that of China's Alibaba in 2014.

Thomas Cook customers face further refund delays

The aviation regulator will not be able to refund a third of package holiday claims by its own deadline.

British Steel's French site advertised for sale

China's Jingye has agreed to buy the whole company, but is reportedly furious about developments in France.

Huawei launches new legal challenge against US

The Chinese company filed the case after it was labelled as a security threat by Washington.

HSBC to bring in single overdraft rate of 40%

The move will as much as quadruple the rate it charges some customers.

Clintons strikes deal to avoid Christmas collapse

The greetings card chain will be sold back to its existing owners, saving 2,500 jobs.

UK's biggest commercial property fund suspended

M&G blamed "Brexit-related political uncertainty" and difficulties in the retail sector for the freeze.

Pound surges to two-year high against the euro

The pound is the highest against the dollar in seven months and the highest against the euro since May 2017.