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Josh Mines

City A.M.

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Past articles by Josh:

James Murdoch resigns from Sky board as Comcast officially confirms takeover of company

James Murdoch has resigned from Sky's board after Comcast confirmed it was now officially the owner of the UK media titan. → Read More

EE hails 'major milestone' as it switches on UK's first live 5G trial site at Canary Wharf

Mobile operator EE will today bring 5G to the UK for the first time as it turns on its first trial site in Canary Wharf. → Read More

Telcos shell out €6.5bn in Italian 5G spectrum auction

The Italian government has raised €6.5bn after it flogged off 5G of the spectrum at auction. → Read More

Revolution Bars share price falls after firm serves up operating loss in full-year results

Revolution Bars slipped to an operating loss in its full-year results due to exceptional costs caused by "factors outside the company's control". → Read More

Conservative Party conference app flaw exposes phone numbers of MPs

Boris Johnson and Sajid Javid's mobile phone numbers were among those revealed online yesterday due to major a security flaw in the Conservative party's → Read More

Ranked: The cheapest and most expensive countries in the world to buy a second home

For many, the thought of packing in the day job and moving to a place in the sun is a distant dream. → Read More

JCB digs up rising sales as firm hails manufacturing market rebound

A market rebound led to manufacturing firm JCB digging up massively improved sales last year, the firm said today. → Read More

Season finale: Sky takeover battle to be decided by dramatic weekend auction

The stage is set for the hotly-contested battle for Sky to reach a dramatic conclusion when the bidding war is decided at a quick-fire auction on Saturday. → Read More

Sky takeover saga to be decided by auction on Saturday

The battle between 21st Century Fox and Comcast for media giant Sky will be decided by a three-round auction on Saturday unless a clear winner emerges → Read More

Culture secretary Jeremy Wright calls on broadcasters to stem the tide of Russian propaganda

Culture secretary Jeremy Wright will today call on British broadcasters to do more to combat the spread of disinformation and Russian propaganda spread → Read More

Unilever facing growing shareholder revolt over plans to abandon London PLC

Consumer goods giant Unilever is facing shareholder revolt over plans to move its headquarters from London to the Netherlands, with more City investors → Read More

Pension boss Lawrence Churchill picked to head up final salary takeover fund Clara Pensions

Former chairman of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) Lawrence Churchill was today appointed as the inaugural chairman of emerging consolidator firm Clara → Read More

London jumps five places in Global Liveability Ranking

London's overall world 'liveability' ranking improved in 2018, as it jumped five places up the table. → Read More

President Donald Trump doubles tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminium as lira continues nosedive

Donald Trump has today announced massive increases to tariffs against Turkey as its currency the lira continues to plummet. → Read More

Mike Ashley has bought House of Fraser

Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley has been on the end of a backlash from Newcastle United fans after buying failed department store House of Fraser for → Read More

News Corp loses $1.4bn as business shifts towards growing subscription and digital revenues

The Times owner News Corp posted a $1.4bn (£1.1bn) net loss for the year, more than doubling from $643m last year. → Read More

Butlin's warns data of 34,000 guests may have been accessed by 'unauthorised third party'

Leisure firm Butlin's today admitted that thousands of guest records may have been accessed by an unauthorised third party in a serious data breach. → Read More

Nationwide profits slip in first quarter as outlook remains unchanged

Nationwide said its profits declined in the first quarter, although the building society said its outlook for the year remained unchanged. → Read More

Ryanair strike: Hundreds of flights cancelled as pilots stage biggest ever one-day walkout

Low-cost airline Ryanair is preparing for its biggest ever one-day strike today as pilots in five countries across Europe will stage a walkout. → Read More

Tribune Media pulls plug on $3.9bn American TV station merger with Sinclair

US broadcasting firm Tribune Media has pulled the plug on a $3.9bn (£3bn) deal for it to be acquired by Sinclair Broadcast Group. → Read More