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Two senior executives will move from Wiltshire but no jobs will be lost in the process.
Chinese tech giant warns it might transfer activities to countries "where we are welcomed".
The European Commission fines the payments giant for stopping retailers looking for cheaper services.
Shopping centre landlord Intu reaches agreement with the retailer's owners, Sports Direct.
The number of people in work in the UK reaches 32.5 million, official figures show.
However, the decline was offset by strong sales of supersize TVs and in gaming.
The drone sightings at Gatwick airport led to flight cancellations and payments to customers.
The decision means Carlos Ghosn could remain in custody in Tokyo until his trial for financial crimes.
Dominic Foster and his dad John are on the same apprenticeship at the same company.
Gender equality remains high on the agenda at Davos, but has anything really changed?
Microgravity is ideal for making a range of materials, but will space manufacture ever be cost effective?
Donna Hay, "Australia's culinary queen", mulls her next move after publishing the 100th and final issue of her magazine.
The tax authorities have been forced to apologise for two mistakes - wrongly charging penalties and for denying it had made the mistake.
Google has been fined 50 million euros (£44m) by the French data regulator CNIL.
The entertainment streaming giants are accused of breaking the EU's data protection rules.
Defence giant BAE Systems sells majority stake in tank and armoured vehicle business to Rheinmetall.
It is in talks with China's state-run CGN over providing systems for a new UK nuclear plant.
The social media giant will expand its workforce in Ireland from 4,000 to 5,000 during 2019.
The Fund cuts its 2019 growth prediction from 3.7% to 3.5% and says trade spats could make things worse.
Bread and cereal products are most likely to have shrunk in size, but remained at the same price.