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The online retail giant lowered its UK corporation tax bill - despite surging sales and profits.
RSA calls for local experiments to see if a basic income could replace the Universal Credit scheme.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how plastic became a million dollar idea.
Drones are now delivering pesticides, fertilisers and crop monitoring to farms around the world.
Institute of Directors calls on ministers to fill the "information void" on a no-deal scenario.
We have selected eight questions about the interest rate rise from BBC News website readers to answer.
The iPhone maker's value soars following better-than-expected quarterly results this week.
Homeowner Sarah Cottingham reacts to the rise in UK interest rates.
More than 3.5 million householders face increased payments, but 45 million savers could benefit.
The bank, part of RBS, admitted "issues" with card payments, with problems lasting for two hours.
The UK interest rate rises to 0.75% - the highest level since March 2009.
Litigation costs ate into the bank's profits, but excluding the charges, profits rose 20% to £3.7bn.
The engineering firm takes a £554m charge in the first half to fix problems with its Trent 1000 engine.
The US giant shut is reportedly developing a search engine that would block sensitive queries.
MPs say only half the UK's workforce is required to report the difference between men and women's salaries.
Spending per person in Northern Ireland was £14,000 in 2017, compared to £11,000 in the east of England.
The world's two biggest economies are at loggerheads, amid concerns tensions might escalate.
Brazil's protectionist policies have fostered national champions - but the walls are coming down.
If the Monetary Policy Committee make its move on Thursday, what will it mean for your finances?
Two former members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee explain the voting process.