The makers of Durex have agreed to buy a US baby formula manufacturer, which, I suppose, is their way of taking precautions.
Snapchat is to sell its shares on the US stock market. The joint owners could earn around $5 billion and will then disappear.
Uber is to pay $20m to “misled” drivers. That’s one hell of a cab fare, even if was after midnight and meant going south of the river.
The cosmetics company Avon plans to move its headquarters to Britain as long as someone opens the door to them.
Three of Britain’s biggest retailers have suspended sales of hoverboards and urged customers who have bought them to “dispose” of them and accept refunds. Apparently, using them can put people at serious risk of looking ridiculous.
As Sepp Blatter is suspended from FIFA for 90 days and sponsors call for him to go, a spokesman for VW said, “Do you think he knows anything about cars?”