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Is a growing trend for firms to ditch the office good or bad for workers?
William Hill's decision to close 700 shops could be the tip of the iceberg, an analyst says.
Jeff Bezos filed the paperwork to create the e-commerce retailing giant Amazon 25 years ago.
As London gears up for its Pride march, are retailers joining, or cashing in?
A government-owned bank is accused of forging signatures on court documents in repossession proceedings.
Families of the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash want to know why the Boeing 737 Max was allowed to fly.
Carlisle airport relaunches passenger flights after 25 years.
The UK's largest water company says most of the cuts are in management and support functions.
After more than 400 years, R Durtnell and Sons the oldest building firm in Britain has ceased trading.
As the Indian government prepares its latest Budget, we ask what Indians are hoping for.
The firm blames the move on the government slashing the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals.
Total sales of plug-in and hybrid cars drop for the first time in more than two years, the industry says.
Loganair are now operating routes to Dublin, Belfast and London Southend.
The firm of well-known fund manager Neil Woodford plans cuts after investors pulled out funds.
The reality star says the company is "notorious" for "knocking off" designer items she wears.
A growing number of denim producers are embracing environmentally-friendly production methods.
By launching underwater vehicles in situ the boat will allow more time to survey the ocean floor.
The US sportswear giant is used to being provocative but was its flag-bearing shoe a step too far?
Europe's biggest conservation charity will sell its fossil fuel shares and invest in green start-ups.
The aircraft maker says the money is for the education and welfare of communities hit by the disasters.