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Thomas Borgen steps down after "indications" that its Estonian branch was used for money-laundering.
The Competition and Markets Authority said the merger "raises sufficient concerns" for investigation.
China's Premier Li Keqiang says it is essential to uphold principles of free trade and multilateralism.
IBM is launching software which will monitor algorithms in real time and highlight how they make decisions.
Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
Elon Musk has found success with PayPal and Tesla - and has a colourful private life to match.
A top chef says his awards are owed to learning skills from indigenous Australian recipes and ingredients.
How likely is it that we will see mobile phones that use self-healing materials any time soon?
Jacquie Davis, the UK's first female bodyguard, talks about hostage rescues and undercover surveillance.
Digital currencies pose a "litany of risks" and investors have little protection, says an MPs' committee.
Citizens Advice says many consumers are still charged for smartphones even after they are paid off.
The Australian airline wants to launch non-stop flights between London and Sydney by 2022.
The marine park misled investors over the impact of the documentary Blackfish, the US regulator says.
The tech giant has paid €14bn, that the European Commission ruled it owed due to illegal tax breaks.
Free market think tanks say workers should be free to travel between the countries.
Elon Musk claimed he had secured funding to take the firm private but later dropped the idea.
The sports carmaker embarks on an "ambitious" five-year growth strategy under its new boss.
The BMW-owned factory will shut down to avoid disruption in the event of a no-deal departure.
Salesforce founder's purchase of Time magazine is the latest example of moguls buying news outlets.
American employees call on the fast food giant to do more to tackle workplace sexual harassment.