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Can Shell really crack the green energy market?

Few would volunteer, as an answer to that question, the name of Royal Dutch Shell

Why consortium circling Inmarsat may wish to take it private

The satellite operator, a former member of the FTSE 100, has had no fewer than three takeover approaches during the last nine months and seems to spend much of its time being discussed as a target

Lloyds faces £300m bill after losing £100bn contract fight

There was also unhappiness that the enlarged business would have joint chief executives: Keith Skeoch from Standard Life and Martin Gilbert from Aberdeen

Wagamama could become focus in Restaurant Group’s evolution

Shares of the company, which owns the Frankie & Benny's, Garfunkels and Chiquito restaurant chains, cratered a fortnight ago to levels last seen in August 2009 amid deepening pessimism over its prospects

Balfour Beatty benefits after Carillion’s demise

One of the beneficiaries of this appears to be Balfour Beatty, the infrastructure services giant, which today published its results

Forecast boost gives Hammond bigger Brexit warchest

That's the amount of headroom the chancellor will have in 2020-21 against his "fiscal mandate" - his borrowing target - as a result of the Office for Budget Responsibility's revisions to its borrowing forecasts

Quilter delivers after ‘Old Mutt’ demerger

Some fall on hard times and are ejected when their share price and market capitalisation fall

Why Levi Strauss & Co is gearing up for a £4.7bn...

The year was 1985 and the Essex-born male model, Nick Kamen, was appearing in an advertisement for Levi 501s in which he stripped down to his boxer shorts in a 50s-style launderette to the strains of I Heard It Through The Grapevine

Ray Kelvin: Quirky ‘closest man to Ted’ is one of the...

Many successful retailers are good traders, like Sir Philip Green, who are adept at knowing the right price at which to buy and sell fabrics and garments

London Stock Exchange strikes upbeat Brexit note

The priority in the negotiations has, throughout, appeared to be manufacturing and, in particular, the carmaking sector