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The pound is under pressure as Theresa May prepares to fire the starting gun on the marathon two-year process for the UK to formally leave the EU.
The latest smartphone from Samsung is expected to be unveiled later today.
Brexit negotiators have been warned that the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal would be a "lose-lose" outcome for thousands of manufacturing firms on both sides.
So that's it. The talking is over. Now, Britain is formally leaving the EU.
Leading business groups in the UK and Europe will plead this week for a smooth Brexit based on a commitment to free trade amid renewed warnings about the consequences of failing to secure a deal.
Tesco boss Dave Lewis says the supermarket remains "completely committed" to its £3.7bn takeover of wholesaler Booker, after two big shareholders opposed the deal.
Samsung is to sell refurbished versions of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones which it pulled from stores last year because they kept bursting into flames.
Virgin Atlantic says headwinds caused by the UK's vote to leave the EU are likely to result in its first annual loss for four years in 2017.
Google is to launch its voice-controlled smart speaker to rival Amazon's Echo in the UK on 6 April, the tech giant has announced.
Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of Twitter and Square, has told Sky News there is a "middle ground" in the row over encryption between governments and Silicon Valley.
Controversial Sports Direct labour agency Transline hunts new backers
The controversial employment agency which staffs Sports Direct's largest warehouse is hunting new financial backers as it faces fresh pressure from MPs to overhaul the working practices it imposes across its operations.
RBS hikes settlement offer to investors ahead of cash call trial
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has offered to pay millions of pounds more to shareholders suing it over the 2008 rights issue which preceded its collapse into Government control.