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Formula One is close to being sold to a US-Qatari consortium for $8.5bn.
Audi, Honda, Fiat, Citroen and Volkswagen are all on the list
For businesses with ambition
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis just bought shares worth £200,000 - how many millions has he made in the last year?
Lewis must own four times his base salary of £1.25m in shares
Jeremy Clarkson and his co-stars James May and Richmond Hammond have started shooting their new motoring programme, possibly in Portugal.
UK’s four networks would become three, raising competition concerns
Soccer boss banned for 90 days
Policy missteps could result in prolonged global market turmoil
Have £25,000 to spare? You can use it buy 1kg gold bars.
The vaccum king has no vacuum of money in his life
Supermarket cancels sale of Dunnhumby, the Clubcard data business
Businesses are “astounded” by home secretary’s speech
Government remains reluctant to present membership agreement wishlist
Osborne announces largest power transfer to councils “in living memory”
And why is the ban good news for charities and the environment?
More people are set to be on it than ever before
Lego, Paypal and Moet and Chandon knock Gap, Nokia and Nintendo off biggest brands list
Government set to rake in £2bn selling the last bit of Lloyds - here’s how you can get your hands on shares
It’s set to happen early next year
Casis Media’s first annual Student of the Year Awards was a major success
The eye-watering amount of money mis-sold insurance has cost
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch has counter-sued computer goliath Hewlett-Packard for over $150m (£99m).
Companies with women at the top make more money
We’ll probably look back on it as a blip
Former Labour supporter Lord Sugar has hit out at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s policies.
It’s all a big misunderstanding, apparently
Pay rise for one million workers from today as minimum wage rises… slightly
London’s media barons debate
Here are the technologies you need to make your business smarter
He’s one of the most famous whistleblowers in history and now he’s on Twitter
Carbon emitting companies need to make some big changes now to avoid destabilising the market, he said
Sainsbury's annual profit to beat forecasts despite reporting SEVENTH consecutive quarter of falling sales
Sainsbury’s is making “good process”, says CEO Mike Coupe
Mining firm Glencore faces huge debt problems as commodity prices fall
London beat Manchester and Edinburgh, but withdrew at last minute. Race now set to begin in Germany
It doesn’t take thousands to get your start-up underway
Do the actors who play Kathy Beale and Max Branning get paid when they’re not on screen?
Natalie Campbell, founder, A Very Good Company, on the qualities the next London mayor should have
And 28% were educated overseas
Government can’t have it both ways
The coolest brand in Britain is *drumroll please* Apple.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell is leading the debate