A summary of Wednesday's business headlines. Coverage of Brexit, sterling, US election, Google, Bovis, industrial action, FTSE 100, inflation, Express, Jeremy Corbyn, Volkswagen, Majestic Wine, and much more...
Jeremy Corbyn backs cap on earnings to reduce inequality
Old schemes counted in post-Brexit vote inward investment tally
UK 'first in line' for trade deal with US, says Boris Johnson
Pound traders fret over Theresa May's Brexit vagueness
Deutsche Bank scours social media to find talent
Google keeps self-driving cars offline to hinder hackers
Big Tobacco's technology battle heats up
Snapchat establishes international HQ in Britain
When trolls go mainstream: Milo Yiannopoulos and his toxic rants
Eager investors set to make Trump press show a hit
Pound dips to lowest level since October on May's Brexit comment
Falling pound ignores May defence and hard Brexit denial
Investors spar over great rotation from bonds to equities
Turkey left in not-so-splendid isolation
Theresa May is decisive over Brexit but we choose not to listen
How Barack Obama rescued the US economy
Trump presidency: America First or America Alone?
Donald Trump is making America safe for business
Donald Trump will win his battle with the spies
Bovis paid buyers cash to hit targets
FTSE 100 closes at record high after longest-ever winning streak
World Bank cuts UK growth forecast
Spencer brokers himself a deal for £'200m
Hold the front page: Desmond eyes sale of Express newspapers
Unions attack Post Office branch closures
'Affordability ceiling' is in sight as rent increases slow
Give us three years to cope with Brexit, City chiefs tell May
FTSE 100 records longest run of closing highs since 1984 as Brexit fears hurt pound
Food prices rise as inflation returns to British supermarkets
Newspaper veteran David Montgomery emerges as potential buyer of the Express
Post Office poised to close 37 branches - is your local branch affected?
Comment: Economists can't tell us what the future holds. No-one can.
Comment: Does Britain's Brexit devaluation make us richer or poorer?
Comment: Why Snapchat's move is a win for politicians in tax battle
Companies criticised for 'paying lip-service' to shareholder complaints
Tidal lagoon plans face challenge from RSPB
RSA hit with £'150,000 data fine over stolen customer files
Spar warns of slowdown in convenience shopping as it rolls out upmarket stores
HSBC chairman: Brexit could trigger 'Jenga tower' of City job loses
Vimto maker Nichols defies industry gloom as sales sparkle
Michael Spencer sells most of his TP Icap shares
Employer 'believed foreigners were not entitled to minimum wage'
The FTSE just hit another high, but it's not entirely good news
Brexit report promoted by right-wing press condemned by experts
London could lose 10,000 jobs amid Brexit uncertainty, LSE boss warns
Working age people poorer than in 2007
Jeremy Corbyn's maximum wage: How might it work?
Dairy Queen shuts outlet after owner 'proudly admits to racist slur'
You can get a free pizza if your birthday is in January. Here's how
Corbyn's wage cap plan labelled unworkable but keeps pay on agenda
Volkswagen confirms $4.3bn payment over diesel emissions
City chiefs: 'Hard Brexit threatens global system'
Prices of Oxo, Bisto and Mr Kipling to rise after pound's Brexit plunge
FTSE 100 closes at new high in longest-ever winning streak
City grandee ready to do the business at the BBC
Former Saatchi boss returns after sexism row with new chair role
Majestic Wine Sales up 7.5% over firm's 'biggest ever' Christmas period
City news: GoCompare, Boohoo, RSA and Majestic Wine
Morrisons' Christmas sales hit a 7-year high
Sellers do your homework: Top tips for putting your house on the market
Act now to slash your tax bill: Self-assessment tax returns due by end of January