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The Financial Times
Decades old disputes come to a head
Littlewoods, BAT and Prudential making claims
HM Revenue & Customs will be forced to pay tax refunds running into tens of billions of pounds if it fails to fed off defeat in some of its biggest court battles, its latest accounts show.
(This could undermine attempts to reduce the deficit and public borrowing)
Companies and Markets
Uber, the ride-hailing service provider, is to quadruple the size of its security team as it seeks to appease worries about data privacy, defend against hackers and even protect its offices and employees from physical attack.
Energy group says it did not try to profit from price distortions after the 2008 disaster
Workers should be given tax breaks to share cars as part of reforms to encourage more people to commute long distances, ministers have been told.
A retired policeman has had a £100 parking fine overturned after proving that he did not exceed the two hour time limit at Homebase in Winchester, Hampshire, but had driven to and from the store twice in three hours.
With Brent crude at $50 a barrel, energy giants are fighting to keep their place at top table.
(Falling oil prices are hitting towns that boomed when oil was $100 a barrel hard)
More than a tenth of the companies on the Alternative Investment Market are in the “90 per cent club”, having lost that proportion of their stock market worth since their peak, with much of the damage coming in the oil and gas and mining sectors.
The macho culture of motorbike gangs has never seemed conducive to the empowerment of women, but a new generation of female bikers in the US is defying the stereotypes to claim the freedom of the roads.
A £30m government scheme to help small businesses pay for expert advice has been branded a flop after only a fraction of the cash was handed out.