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The firm said it would stop selling tickets to captive whale and dolphin experiences in holiday packages.
The tech giant's Libra digital currency is attacked by senators who say the company is not trusted.
It comes ahead of a decision on Ms Lagarde's nomination to become head of the European Central Bank.
An MP introduces a bill to force all employers to allow staff to work flexible hours.
Writer Ahdaf Soueif says it should take "a clear ethical position" on BP sponsorship and other issues.
President Trump tweets he will look into allegations made by the tech billionaire Peter Thiel.
Nicholas Fearn says someone created a Gmail account in his name, and then withdrew his job application.
Shares in AG Barr fall sharply in early trading after it warns of a "challenging year" for the firm.
A total of 76% of people were in employment in the UK in the same period.
It is the first time employers must act on harassment in South Korea where bullying is widespread.
The airline also says it could close bases and axe summer flights next year.
Pearson says students will only be able to rent physical books as it makes all products "digital first".
Keith Williams says the role of the regions should also be recognised as he tries to improve the network.
Uber wants to boost the number of female managers by tying some executive pay to diversity goals.
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.
New tools to fight online scams are launched after a legal action by TV personality Martin Lewis.
Someone independent of government should lead operations, says the man tasked with improving the railways.
Mike Ashley promised to revitalise House of Fraser, but there are concerns over how he is managing the brand.
The Bank of England has unveiled the new Alan Turing £50 note, but does it make sense to even have it?
Steven Mnuchin joins other powerful voices in warning that the cryptocurrency could be misused.