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Former Man City executive Tom Glick to take top Chelsea job
Tom Glick, a former executive at Manchester City FC's parent company, is to take over the day-to-day running of Chelsea Football Club in the wake of its £2.5bn takeover.
Klarna investors asked to commit to funding as value slips to $10bn
Klarna, the buy-now-pay-later credit provider, is trying to finalise a fresh capital injection likely to value it at less than $10bn - just 20% of its worth only two years ago.
Premier League takes gamble on betting company compromise
The Premier League has suggested phasing out front-of-shirt sponsorship by gambling companies over the next few years but allow them to retain an indefinite presence on teams' shirt-sleeves, under proposals presented to ministers.
'Cryptoqueen' Ruja Ignatova added to FBI's Most Wanted list
A Bulgarian woman, also known as "Cryptoqueen", has been added to the FBI's list of its 10 most-wanted fugitives.
Pubs giant Stonegate calls time on 75-strong portfolio
Britain's biggest pubs operator is exploring a sale of a 75-strong portfolio that could command a price-tag of up to £100m.
Ofcom considers longer and more frequent TV ad breaks as broadcasters feel revenue squeeze
TV advert breaks could get longer and more frequent as part of a review of UK broadcasting rules.
EV motorway charging network Gridserve in M&G funding talks
One of Britain's leading electric vehicle infrastructure companies is in talks about securing a substantial new round of funding from an arm of M&G, the FTSE-100 asset manager.
Aston Martin keeping options open as Saudi Arabia weighs possible £200m investment
Aston Martin has said it is considering multiple funding options following reports that Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund was lining up a possible investment worth hundreds of millions of pounds.
Crunch talks between RMT and Network Rail begin as union threatens further strikes
Talks between Network Rail and the RMT have resumed with the union warning it will announce more strike dates if the rail bosses press ahead with a consultation on compulsory redundancies.
Cost of living: Fuel retailers accused of abusing their 'essential' status through rip-off prices
A motoring group has accused petrol retailers of abusing their "essential" status as government figures show little let-up in demand despite prices hovering at record levels.