A summary of Thursday's business headlines. Coverage of UK election and Brexit, US rate rise, Bank of England policy meeting, Uber, oil, Yahoo, Camelot, Thames Water, Shell, Nike, Universal Studios, and much more ...
Ministers leave UK Brexit department in sign of tension with May
What the DUP will want for supporting Theresa May
Death toll in London tower block blaze rises to at least 12
Sleepwalking towards a chaotic Brexit
David Cameron calls on Theresa May to embrace 'softer' Brexit
Japan Inc's silence over Toshiba sends chill across Tokyo
Uber chief Travis Kalanick to take indefinite leave
Five tips for travelling at the back of a plane
BlackBerry joins UK start-up to monitor WhatsApp chat
Anbang chairman detained by Chinese government
Why China no longer fears the Fed
Five markets charts that matter for investors
Brussels insists on power to control euro clearing after Brexit
What is London's euro clearing market and why is Brussels worried?
Wall St sets records as techs and financials gain
Households feel pinch as pay falls behind inflation
Oil falls as US fracking stems efforts to cut global glut
Investors take aim at LSE's mistrusted upstart
Fed sets out plan to trim $4.5trn balance sheet as it increases rates
Productivity fell prey to austerity
Britain is in chaos, on way back to becoming the sick man of Europe
Brexit to prompt 'very few changes' at Rothschild as revenue soars
Telegraph names Nick Hugh chief executive as Murdoch MacLennan becomes deputy chairman
Yahoo lays off dozens of staff in UK office
BrightHouse posts plunge in profit as FCA probe continues to hit its performance
Camelot launches internal review as National Lottery sales plunge
Thames Water hit with new fine over leakage as it reports profits plunge
Big cats roar again: Jaguar Land Rover opens classic car works
Remains of Quindell hit with £637m legal claim over law division sale
Workers' real pay falling at fastest rate since 2014
Shell given £112m tax rebate despite making billions in profits
How Salesforce's other CEO is championing equality in Silicon Valley
With Imperial Tobacco hiring a medical marijuana expert, what next?
BenevolentAI: London startup goes on hiring spree amid UK AI boom
Uber: another scandal, the CEO's going, but still the revenues roll in
EU launches antitrust investigation into Nike and Universal Studios
US Federal Reserve raises interest rates
Energy price cap: May is warned: don't break election pledge
Netflix and Amazon 'will overtake UK cinema box office spending by 2020'
Thames Water needs a drain after financial penalties
BAE 'secretly sold mass surveillance technology to repressive regimes'
Grenfell Tower: Managers were reviewing safety after fire at another block
Oil: Global glut set to continue despite efforts to prop up price
Mulberry: Terrorism and election uncertainty 'may have hit UK sales'
Debt warning: Cash-strapped Brits adding a tenner a day to their burdens - this is how
Apps are the reason Britons spend too much money after shops shut
City news: Mulberry, The Gym Group, Thames Water, Gemfields
Bellway shares hit high as housebuilder plays down Brexit impact