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Domino’s branded potholes appear after pizza company takes to road repair

The company say their infrastructure project will prevent pizza being damaged in transit In December, a crew of workers in Bartonville, Texas, set about fixing the potholes in the town. They filled...

May escapes Brexit bill defeat as Tory rebels accept concessions

Day of extraordinary drama as MPs vote by 324 votes to 298 to back government Theresa May has narrowly avoided a humiliating defeat over the Brexit bill after Conservative rebels accepted significant...

Germany and France close gap on UK for foreign investment

Brexit concerns making global investors more reluctant to invest in Britain, EY finds The UK remains Europe’s top destination for inward investment, but its star is waning as Brexit uncertainty allows Germany...

‘A great item to have’: flamethrowers sell like hot cakes at Elon Musk sale

The tech billionaire urges buyers to act responsibly as dozens queue up to get their hands on the $500 weapons Some may think it the worst idea in the history of capitalism,...

Rolls-Royce set to announce more than 4,000 job cuts

Aero-engine maker attempts to increase profits by losing middle-management posts Rolls-Royce is set to announce more than 4,000 job losses this week as the aero-engine maker attempts to increase profits by cutting...

Apple inches closer to $1tn mark as Wall Street tech panic dissipates

Tech’s stock market dominance is no longer a Wall Street fear as Apple is close to becoming first company valued at $1tn Apple is just a couple of pips away from becoming...

The great timetable fiasco: what’s gone wrong with England’s railways?

For hundreds of thousands of commuters, a rail timetable change will never seem innocuous again. Before the schedules were switched three weeks ago, plenty of people had predicted teething troubles: train...

BT chief executive Gavin Patterson to leave this year

Move comes amid growing shareholder dissatisfaction with his performance. The BT chief executive, Gavin Patterson, is to leave the telecoms giant this year after investors made it clear they had lost confidence...

May refuses to give ‘cast iron guarantee’ over customs backstop

PM says end date for plans to prevent hard border in Ireland is ‘temporary’ Theresa May has refused to give a “cast iron guarantee” that her backstop plan to prevent a hard...

SSE fined £1m for sending inaccurate customer statements

Ofgem says sum will go into consumer redress fund after bungle that hit 580,000 prepayment meter customers The big six energy supplier SSE has been ordered by regulators to pay out £1m...