Lucy Tobin

Senior News Feature Writer at the Evening Standard, with business focus. Author of Ausperity, Entrepreneur + Guide to Uni Life.

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Rainsoaked Brits head for sun, boosting travel profits

January's miserable weather saw Britons flee abroad as well as booking sunny summer getaways, the holidays group Tui Travel and airlines Ryanair and easyJet said yesterday.

The Chief Executive Officer of AstraZeneca, Pascal Soriot

AstraZeneca hit by patent expiries as sales slump

Drugmaker AstraZeneca has showed it is still languishing in intensive care after patent expiries triggered an 8 per per cent fall in sales to $25.7

Ryanair Chief Executive Officer Michael O'Leary

Ryanair boss Micheal O'Leary: 'UK airports need more runways'

Ryanair supremo says politicians can continue to 'f**k' around for another 10 years but expansion is 'inevitable'

France's Keolis-Eurostar bidding for stake in Britain's railway

The French could be running more of Britain’s transport network after state transport group Keolis/Eurostar was named one of three shortlisted bidders for the reprivatisation of the East Coast franchise.

Capita wins congestion deal

Capita has won a five-year, £145 million deal to run the congestion charge, which it helped set up in London 11 years ago.

Cineworld announced a merger with a Polish-listed rival

Polish merger makes Cineworld one of Europe's biggest chains

Cineworld announced a merger with a Polish-listed rival that sees it become one of Europe's biggest cinema chains, sending its shares jumping 4 per cent.

Passengers stand in line to check in baggage at Heathrow

Heathrow hits out as Civil Aviation Authority seeks 1.5% fall in landing fees

Heathrow condemned “draconian” price cuts ordered by the airport regulator on Friday, which will mean lower fares for passengers, and threatened to cut investment at the UK’s biggest airport as a result.

Danone to sue New Zealand's Fonterra over baby milk scare

An investigation found Fonterra’s bacteria warning was a false alarm

Greggs returns to sales growth after strong Christmas- but plans to cut 410 jobs

Baker Greggs saw a 3.1 per cent rise in sales in the five-week festive period. But it still piled gloom onto staff by warning that up to 410 jobs are to be axed to save money.

Centrica finance director resigns to join Reed Elsevier

British Gas owner, Centrica, has lost another top executive after finance director Nick Luff announced he is leaving to take up the same post at publisher Reed Elsevier.

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Pantomime leads the pack in quest to welcome all
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