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Sainsbury's has seen a 15 per cent rise in the number of customers buying clothing, as its fashion sales head towards the £700m barrier. The UK's third-biggest supermarket chain said 7.5 million shoppers had bought at least one fashion item in the past 12 months, 1 million more than a year ago.
A month after Boeing's 787 Dreamliner returned to the skies after a four-month grounding, a United Airlines 787 flight from Denver to Tokyo has been diverted to Seattle due to an oil-filter problem.
The Swiss lower house of parliament has dealt a final death blow to a draft law aimed at protecting the country's banks from criminal charges in the United States for helping wealthy Americans to evade tax.
The US Federal Reserve's bond buying programme could begin to slow down this year and come to an end around the middle of next year, the country's top central banker, Ben Bernanke, said yesterday.
Sir Mervyn King has let it be known he will not be writing a "kiss and tell" memoir of self-justification as Governor of the Bank of England when he steps down at the end of the month. Instead, he will place a personal account of his 10 years in the hot seat at Threadneedle Street in the Bank's internal record department. This will become generally available, like all public documents, after 30 years. Sir Mervyn wants future generations to be his judge.
Hennes & Mauritz has blamed poor weather and cash-strapped shoppers for a 4 per cent fall in sales in the first six months of the year.
Marks & Spencer Bank has replenished its board after the departure of the former Co-op Bank boss Neville Richardson.
News of a €3bn (£2.6bn) takeover of a German publisher yesterday pushed punters towards Informa. The world's second-largest publisher of scientific research journals, Springer Science + Business Media, has been bought by the private equity firm BC Partners.
The rap music impresario Sean Combs has gone on a charm offensive to woo the world's biggest advertisers as he gears up for the launch of his new television channel, called Revolt TV, aimed at what he calls "millennials" – people in their teens and early twenties who were born just before the new millennium.