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Data indicates Beijing's efforts to arrest a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy may be working.
A claim alleging 46 million people were overcharged in shops due to high card fees has been revived.
Robots are good at repetitive tasks but struggle with new objects. Can they be trained to overcome that?
When HMS Victory sank, she took with her an early prototype of the gyroscope, crucial to modern technology.
The promotion described broadband packages as being "gigafast" that did not offer 1Gbps speeds.
Firms cannot automatically keep a large deposit if a customer cancels owing to unavoidable circumstances.
The streaming service expects new subscriber growth to slow between April and June.
The surprise settlement brings a long-running legal battle between the two tech firms to an end.
By some estimates India needs to create eight to ten million jobs each year to tackle rising unemployment.
Casual and "on-demand" workers will now have better protections under EU law.
Unemployment fell by 27,000 in the three months to February to 1.34 million.
The proposed law protects whistleblowers from dismissal, demotion and other forms of punishment.
Construction firm warns of "reduced profits" as it sets about shrinking the scale of its business.
The sportswear retailer bucks the retail gloom as revenues and profits rise.
VW chief executive Herbert Diess told the BBC he is "not aware" of reports of detention camps in China.
The US Speaker was speaking ahead of her trip to Ireland later on Tuesday.
Is content filtering tech the answer or is education and discussion the key to keeping kids safe?
Top-rated reviews on popular items are dominated by unknown brands, consumer group Which? finds.
The troubled Indian airline has only seven operational aircraft left.
Disagreements overshadow the approval by European Union countries of fresh trade talks with the US.