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MPs say there is an 'overwhelming case' to reduce the maximum bet on fixed-odds betting terminals.
A committee asks more questions over the alleged access of millions of Facebook profiles without consent.
The campaign group says 18 pubs a week are closing and the sector needs a major overhaul of taxes.
Why online "influencers" want to develop their businesses off social media as well as on.
A US attorney general is investigating reports that millions of Facebook profiles were accessed.
A former anti-corruption investigator, Wang Qishan has known the president for decades.
Figures from 450 academies suggest looming insolvency, says a report.
Why diners seem to have gone cold on mid-market chain restaurants.
From 5 April nine million workers in auto enrolment will have to decide whether to pay increased contributions
Single people pay more for holidays, living costs and car insurance - but there are some benefits too.
Is the loss-making electric car firm's boss Elon Musk worth $2.6bn? Shareholders must decide.
Which? studied the websites of 46 retailers and supermarkets. It says that all but one had errors.
Customers should change their passwords as a precaution, the National Lottery owner says.
The cost of new policies could soon rise if the principles of a Brexit deal aren't hammered out next week, insurers say.
The bank reveals a large pay gap, adding it is committed to getting more women into senior positions.
Turkish social media users have accused the mobile gaming site founder of "milking" them before fleeing to Uruguay.
Known for it's sugarcane, Mauritius has also starting farming the more challenging vanilla crop.
Activists on the island of Mauritius are rising up against foreign property developers.
Li Ka-Shing's business interests range from ports and telecoms to retail including the UK's Superdrug.
Boss Tim Martin says his pub chain is "doing quite well" despite tougher times in the sector.