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The Supreme Court ruling has significant implications for the rights of so called gig economy workers.
Pub chain to offer British sparkling wines instead of champagne in the run up to Brexit.
Petrol and diesel prices rose at the fastest monthly rate since January 2011.
The retailer says it has begun investigating unauthorised access of data held by the company.
Paul Marciano resigns in the wake of sexual assault allegations by US model Kate Upton.
ZTE's shares commence trading again in China after the firm reaches a deal with US.
The second-hand Hermes Birkin fetched a European-record amount at the auction in London.
The business model for women's sport can't merely be a smaller version of that found in men's sport.
Cutting-edge tech is examining ancient manuscripts for earlier texts written below the surface.
The Treasury Committee says women are being deterred from entering financial services.
The RAC says petrol stations should cut prices to reflect falling wholesale prices of fuel.
Investments, jobs and a fund to support UK firms expanding globally have been announced by Theresa May.
UK manufacturing sectors risk extinction without a customs union, the CBI's president says.
Parents complained after ads for the 15-rated film were shown before Frozen, Lego and Minecraft videos.
The firm and one of its partners had signed off BHS as a going concern before its sale for £1 in 2015.
Judge Richard Leon has ruled on a bellwether case for US competition law.
Elon Musk says laying off almost one in ten workers is needed to cut costs and boost profitability.
The fine relates to a data breach in 2014 which affected more than 500,000 Yahoo customers.
Semi-autonomous vehicles, which can partly drive themselves, are already on our roads. But experts are worried that drivers don't understand what they can do.
The problems caused by TSB's computer chaos are continuing more than eight weeks after the