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A restaurant in Staffordshire is selling £5 burgers as part of a campaign to boost the High Street.
Boots pharmacists have voted "overwhelmingly" for a new union to have recognition.
Japanese car maker pulls the Infiniti brand out of Western Europe due to poor sales.
More than 400,000 customers of former payday lender Wonga are seeking compensation, with more expected.
Sterling drops two cents after attorney general says new Brexit deal doesn't tackle key objections.
The economy expanded by 0.5% in January but three monthly growth remained weak.
Australia joins Singapore in barring operations of the 737 Max aircraft following two crashes.
The fashion chain says it is still in talks with potential buyers about the sale of the business.
Former Indian central bank governor Raghuram Rajan warns of the challenges facing global democracy.
The decision comes in light of two fatal accidents involving a Boeing Max 8 in less than five months.
US ambassador tells Germany to shun Huawei or face curbs in intelligence sharing, according to reports.
Product loyalty is not solely based on value, quality or choice but also on personal attachment, studies suggest.
Employers can make unconscious - and unfair - judgements about interviewees within a few seconds.
We are all susceptible to unconscious bias - making assumptions about people. Is a robot any better?
The 10-year-old boy called on Alan Joyce to take him "seriously" about starting an airline.
Kenya's electricity surplus could be capitalised on by a company reconditioning electric vehicles.
The blame game over the decline of the British retailer is playing out in public.
Aviation officials resist calls to ground the model involved in Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash.
Thirty years after he invented it, Sir Tim Berners-Lee says the web is not what it should be.
The Financial Conduct Authority has plans for a 'war room' in the event of a hard Brexit.