Markets Satellite business Inmarsat strikes deal with Panasonic to provide in-flight broadband 2018-09-20T22:30:12.000000000+01:00 Panasonic will use Inmarsat’s satellite signal to connect devices to the internet while Inmarsat will offer Panasonic’s services to its commercial airline customers. D-Day for Sky: Murdoch to go head to head with Comcast as bidding war ends with dramatic auction 2018-09-20T22:26:11.000000000+01:00 21st Century Fox and Comcast will fight it out in a secret auction tomorrow night as they seek to win control of the broadcasting giant in one of the longest takeover battles in British history. DAILY BRIEFING: Poundland takes over 20 former Poundworld stores 2018-09-20T22:25:47.000000000+01:00 Poundland is taking over 20 former Poundworld stores, creating 400 jobs. Meanwhile, French oil and gas giant Total has snapped up French electric car charging network G2mobility. New Royal Mail chairman approved 'disgraceful' pay for top bosses 2018-09-20T22:25:29.000000000+01:00 Les Owen was on the pay committee that signed off a ‘golden hello’ worth almost £6m for new chief executive Rico Back (pictured), 64, who will run the company while he is living in Zurich. Boots set to take its famous No7 make-up brand to China 2018-09-20T22:23:14.000000000+01:00 Boots parent Walgreens Boots Alliance has signed a deal with Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba to sell its brands amid soaring demand for international brands in China. A champion for women: Alison Rose tipped to become the first female chief at RBS 2018-09-20T22:18:48.000000000+01:00 She has worked at RBS for 24 years, heads its commercial and private banking business, and is widely expected to take over from Ross McEwan, though he has suggested he will stay on until 2020. Trump's battle with China risks global slump 2018-09-20T22:14:36.000000000+01:00 Emboldened by the robust American economy and the continuing rally on Wall Street, President Trump is showing no mercy in his dealings with China. Charity pulled into row over Unilever's possible HQ move to the Netherlands 2018-09-20T22:10:46.000000000+01:00 The Leverhulme Trust was launched with an endowment from William Lever when he died in 1925, and is one of Unilever’s biggest British shareholders. MARKET REPORT: Investors check out as Burberry's new collection disappoints 2018-09-20T22:07:39.000000000+01:00 The debut collection from the new Burberry creative director, unveiled this week, has failed to wow either the fashion or investment world. I won't be here in five years, declares Ryanair boss O'Leary as he fights off a shareholder revolt 2018-09-20T22:03:11.000000000+01:00 The 57-year-old said the board wants him to stay as chief executive for five more years after his deal ends in 2019. ‘I’m not sure Mrs O’Leary would be happy,’ he told the firm’s AGM.