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UK's Johnson poaches Sky executive to burnish business credentials

23 Jul 2019

LONDON Boris Johnson has poached senior Sky boss Andrew Griffith as his business adviser in one of his first appointments before moving into Downing Street, tasked with repairing relations with the corporate sector ahead of Brexit.

Johnson poaches Sky executive to burnish business credentials

23 Jul 2019

LONDON Boris Johnson has poached senior Sky boss Andrew Griffith as his business adviser in one of his first appointments before moving into Downing Street, tasked with repairing relations with the corporate sector ahead of Brexit.

UK's Johnson poaches Sky executive to burnish business credentials

23 Jul 2019

LONDON Boris Johnson has poached senior Sky boss Andrew Griffith as his business adviser in one of his first appointments before moving into Downing Street, tasked with repairing relations with the corporate sector ahead of Brexit.

Britain delays decision on Huawei's role in 5G networks

23 Jul 2019

LONDON Britain on Monday postponed a decision on whether Huawei could participate in building next-generation 5G mobile networks until it had a clearer picture of the impact of U.S. measures taken against the Chinese company.

Thomas Cook enlists China's Fosun to salvage oldest travel firm

12 Jul 2019

HONG KONG/LONDON Thomas Cook is negotiating a 750 million pound ($941 million) rescue that will give Fosun Tourism, its biggest investor, control of the indebted British group's package-tour business, in a blow to other shareholders. | Video

Slimmed-down WPP to net $3.1 billion selling Kantar stake to Bain

12 Jul 2019

WPP is selling a 60% stake in Kantar to private equity firm Bain Capital, valuing the data analytics business at about $4 billion and giving the British owner of agencies including Ogilvy and Wunderman Thompson funds to cut debt and rebuild.

British Airways faces record $230 million fine over data theft

08 Jul 2019

LONDON British Airways-owner IAG is facing a record $230 million fine for the theft of data from 500,000 customers from its website last year under tough new data-protection rules policed by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). | Video

Vodafone launches 5G in Britain with unlimited data plans

03 Jul 2019

LONDON Vodafone switched on its 5G network in seven British cities on Wednesday, aiming to set itself apart in its home market from rival EE by offering unlimited data plans that include the high-speed service at no premium.

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