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Peppa Pig's owner Entertainment One has agreed to be bought by Hasbro in an all-cash deal valuing the UK-listed company at £3. 3bn.
The City regulator has ordered claims management companies to stop using misleading advertising after finding widespread bad practice in the industry.
Marks & Spencer is likely to drop out of the index of leading shares for the first time since the FTSE 100 was formed 35 years ago as the retailer suffers the effects of high street decline and its own problems.
ADM Energy shares plunged after Sheikh Ahmed Bin Dalmook Al Maktoum quit as president after two months and decided to sell all his shares in the oil and gas investment company.
Deutsche Bank will pay more than $16m (£13m) in the US to settle allegations that it hired relatives of overseas government officials and business people to win business in the latest punishment linked to the long-running "princeling" scandal.
Burford Capital's war of words with Muddy Waters Research continued as the company's short-seller critic dismissed governance changes as farcical and alleged misleading responses by Burford to investors' questions.
Turkey's military pension fund is in exclusive talks to buy British Steel in a deal that could save thousands of jobs.
Predator Oil & Gas's first-half loss widened as costs rose but the company said it was in a strong position with more cash available.
Poundland's owner Pepkor Europe is reported to be preparing a €4bn (£3. 7bn) sale or flotation in September after untangling itself from its troubled parent company.
Real Good Food said it was trading in line with its own modest expectations on Friday as the food ingredients and cake decoration company reported a £27m annual loss.
Ted Baker has signed a five-year deal with Next to produce and sell Ted Baker childrenswear from spring 2020.
Government borrowing rose unexpectedly sharply to £7. 2bn in June - the highest level for that month in four years, official figures showed.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to sell its Australian operations to Japan's Asahi Group for an enterprise value of A$16bn (£9bn) to pay off debt.
Acacia Mining has agreed to be bought by Barrick Gold in a deal that values the UK gold miner at about £951m and concludes two months of fractious talks between the companies.
Royal Bank of Scotland's departing chief executive, Ross McEwan, has been appointed to run National Australia Bank as the Australian lender seeks to rebuild its reputation.
The competition watchdog is investigating Amazon's investment in Deliveroo - a move that marked the online giant's renewed interest in the UK food delivery market.
An independent review of inheritance tax has recommended reducing the qualifying period for gifts before death as part of a broader push to simplify the tax.
House prices fell slightly in June but the annual trend strengthened, figures from Halifax showed.
Churchill China said annual trading would be better than expected after its hospitality business performed better than forecast in the first half.
James Fisher and Sons has recruited Eoghan O'Lionaird from Spectris as the marine services company's next chief executive.