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Kier Group shares have suffered a fresh blow this morning, dropping more than a third as the troubled outsourcer reels from its [...]

3 June

Boeing's grounded 737 Max plane may have flaws in its construction, US regulators said this evening.  [...]

2 June

The head of a body which represents nearly 300 global airlines has heralded the end of boom and bust while slashing his outlook [...]

2 June

Eurostar has warned that passengers could be hit with rising ticket prices after High Speed 1 (HS1) unveiled plans to hike its [...]

2 June

Climate protest group Extinction Rebellion has threatened to shut down London’s Heathrow airport for as long as 10 days this [...]

31 May

Wizz Air’s profit margin was squeezed in its latest financial year despite posting record profit today as revenues soared, [...]

31 May

Should we really be that excited about the launch of 5G? [...]

31 May

Uber has reported a $1bn (£790m) loss in its first quarterly financial report as a public company, despite revenue rising by [...]

30 May

The government’s target of installing a smart meter in every home by 2020 is “implausible,” experts have warned as new [...]

30 May

Workers on the embattled South Western Railway (SWR) will strike for five days in June over a dispute with the role of guards [...]

30 May

Contractor Amey is close to reaching a £300m agreement that would see it pay its way out of a maintenance contract for Birmingham’s [...]

30 May

A consortium comprising Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI), Cintra and Macquarie Capital will build the £1bn Silvertown tunnel [...]

30 May

Ride sharing giant Uber has struck a deal with a US insurtech start-up to offer digital insurance for its drivers. [...]

30 May

Trains in the UK are rubbish. Okay, this isn’t really a surprise announcement, but neither is the “we’re sorry to announce [...]

30 May

First Group has announced plans to sell parts of its operations including its US Greyhound buses. [...]

30 May