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Restructuring charges at Iberia and fuel costs have hit results at International Airlines Group (IAG), which owns both the Spanish flag-carrier and British Airways.
European officials reach a decision on a new set of regulations on banks that would include a cap on banker bonuses.
Lancashire's Old Trafford ground is renamed as part of a 10-year partnership with airline firm Emirates.
More than 40% of councils in England are planning to increase council tax this year, despite being offered cash incentives to freeze bills.
Spain's troubled Bankia - formed of the merger of seven savings banks - has made a record loss despite being bailed out with 18bn euros.
The developer behind the £100m golf and hotel resort near the Giant's Causeway in County Antrim says he hopes work will start this autumn.
Spiralling costs and poor quality legal services are adding to the misery of divorce, the Legal Ombudsman for England and Wales says.