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BIG SHOT OF THE WEEK: Uber's charismatic chief Dara Khosrowshah is an investment banker gone rogue

Yesterday

Once a suited-and-booted Wall Street dealmaker, he's now happily imbibing the Palo Alto Kool Aid, sporting three-day stubble and dressing like he's just stepped out of a J Crew catalogue.

One of The Restaurant Group's leading shareholders defends firm's planned £559m purchase of Wagamama

Yesterday

J O Hambro, a top five shareholder in the Frankie & Benny's owner, said it was 'gobsmacked' by negative reaction to the deal after analysts raised concerns.

ALEX BRUMMER: Maintaining confidence in the City is going to take a titanic effort in Brexit turmoil

Yesterday

Economic projections from the International Monetary Fund suggest that the worst case for the UK economy would be a disorderly no deal Brexit.

Our man RAY MASSEY'S been driving Honda's popular family CR-V off-roader

Yesterday

It replaces the range's diesel option - which accounted for 60 per cent of sales - and which has been dumped as Honda aims to have two thirds of sales with some form of electrification by 2025.

Rolls-Royce boss Warren East urges politicians to support Theresa May's Brexit plan

Yesterday

He said 'any deal is better than no deal' but warned that time is running out. Rolls-Royce also has strong ties to the EU and many of its customers are in Europe.

MARKET REPORT: Downgrade sends Royal Mail shares to a new low

Yesterday

The latest sell-off marked another setback for chief executive Rico Back, who only this week defended his bumper pay packet that is worth as much as £2.7m a year.

RBS dropped from list of world's most important banks

Yesterday

The Financial Stability Board removed it from the list it created after the 2008 crisis. Those on it must hold enough capital to avoid needing to be saved by the state.

Vultures prey on Brexit turmoil: Hedge funds bet against British companies at risk from no deal

Yesterday

The short sellers, who are betting the share prices of certain stocks will fall, have built up positions against banks, retailers and builders.

Shared appreciation mortgage scandal set for court after borrowers join legal action

Yesterday

It follows more than two years of work by law firm Teacher Stern to put together a case against the banks and arrange a finance deal that means borrowers don't lose out financially if the claim fails.

New JLR technology means you won't have to stop at traffic lights again

Yesterday

The technology, called Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory (GLOSA) will help free up traffic flow in cities, improve road safety and potentially help you to live longer, the British car maker said.

Many popular Black Friday products are far cheaper at other times of the year data shows

Yesterday

With exactly a week until Black Friday, millions of bargain hunters are gearing up to hit the sales, either online or in store - but data shows it's not all it's cracked up to be.

SMALL CAP MOVERS: TomCo Energy hit with suspension as broker resigns

Yesterday

SVS Securities terminated its broker appointment with immediate effect and ended an agreement to act as agent for the company's £532,350 share placing.

Pound steadies after biggest sell-off since 2016

Yesterday

Stocks on the London market lost their poise after lunchtime, with investors braced for more turbulence amid speculation Theresa May may face a confidence vote over her leadership.

Follow the money: Are bank scammers about to be stopped in their tracks? The This is Money podcast

Yesterday

Editor Simon Lambert and host Georgie Frost talk about bank fraud and our long-running campaign to help protect our readers from the growing crime.

Why is our tiny bungalow's council tax the same as a neighbour's house?

Yesterday

A pensioner couple challenged their £1,232 bill, but were met with a response that highlights the problems of many homeowners around the country who feel they pay too much.

By 2020 you could see a car flying overhead ready to touch down outside a wow-factor home

Yesterday

The flying car landing pad, six metres in diameter, is the stand-out feature of a £10million house being built in the village of Edwalton by property developer Guy Phoenix.

Edinburgh is city with fastest selling property – but London has second SLOWEST market

Yesterday

Edinburgh is the city with the fastest selling property, while London languishes near the bottom of the pile, a new report by the Post Office and Cebr shows.

Huge rise in people being sent ‘convincing’ TV licence scam email

Yesterday

Action Fraud have said that they received over 2,500 reports in September and October alone from people in the UK who have found one of these emails in their inbox.

Cancun, LA, Las Vegas, Reykjavik and Rio see biggest fall in hotel and flight prices

Yesterday

The Mexican city of Cancun takes the top spot with Los Angeles and Las Vegas also making the cut, giving holidaymakers the excuse they've always wanted to take a trip to one of the American cities.

Over half of UK households are owed more than a BILLION pounds by energy companies

Yesterday

Of households that have overpaid, they have typically done so by £84.40, meaning energy companies are collectively benefitting from £1.17bn of customer money.