Nissan delays pay talks with UK workers as Brexit talks stall

'Pay negotiations in our UK plant and technical centre will commence in 2019 when we have better clarity on the future business outlook,' carmaker says

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Companies pull out of 'Davos in the Desert' over missing journalist

The Economist editor will no longer attend while Uber boss and other media also pull out in the event billed as a showcase of Saudi Arabia’s transformation from a state dependent on oil into a technology and business innovator

US has seen video and audio proof of Jamal Khashoggi's final moments

"You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered," a source tells The Washington Post as a team of Saudi officials arrives in Turkey and companies begin downgrading ties to Riyadh

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Cadbury owner Mondelez paid no corporation tax in the UK last year

Group paid nothing to HMRC but did record a tax credit of £320,000 in 2017

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RBS still shooting itself in the foot ten years on from its £45bn bai

CEO Ross McEwan has been touring TV studios to tell the world that it could be another ten years before its reputation is restored. Part of the reason for that is the decisions he's been making 

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