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The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
Severe disruption on Paris-to-London services continues on another day of industrial action.
Domino's Pizza rejects claims it hasn't been upfront about relations with some of its franchisees.
JD Sports is making a cash offer of £90.1m to acquire rival retailer Footasylum.
OneWeb secures new funding enabling it to speed up plans for a global high-speed broadband network.
The budget hotel chain plans to open 100 new hotels over the next five years, creating 3,000 new jobs.
"Don't run before you can walk," says tech firm adviser Manish Madhvani - first build your brand.
When Robin Hutson failed his school exams he went into the hotel industry instead, and made his fortune.
Ethiopia sees 'similarities' between last week's plane crash and last year's disaster off Indonesia.
Paris to London services are severely disrupted by industrial action by French customers officers.
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are to launch formal merger talks as they struggle to grow.
The retailer wants to target the weekly family shop, with more stores offering its full range of food.
The 166-year old brand is rejoining the stock market but how long will popular demand for denim last?
Hiltrud Werner is the only woman on the board of the troubled German car giant.
The government's no-deal ferry contracts will require further payments if Brexit is delayed.
Boeing's top-selling jets grounded until May as investigators work out what caused two fatal crashes.
The cafe chain's deficit is larger than first thought and may warrant further legal action, a report says.
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia retail empire says times are tough and it is considering turnaround options.
The US planemaker will roll out the changes in the coming weeks after the 737 Max aircraft disaster.
The contractor, which has 45,000 UK staff, faces administration after 60% of investors rejected the plan.