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Pierce Brosnan tells Indian officials a mouth freshener brand misled him about its harmful effects.
The draft bill exempts banks with less than $250bn in assets from strict oversight under the Dodd-Frank Act.
Talking about failure is taboo in Germany, and it could be holding business back.
The Treasury is seeking views about the future of our coins - but what uses do 1p and 2p pieces have?
The sale or closure of the firm's 885 US stores puts 33,000 jobs at risk, the BBC understands.
Petrol and diesel cars must be phased out earlier than the 2040 target, four Commons committees say.
Some MPs and lawyers want to ban trial shifts where people are not paid for their work.
Meghan Wright from Edinburgh says trial shifts at Nando's and a supermarket creche took advantage of her inexperience and of her wanting paid work.
The blood testing company, its founder and former president are charged with deceiving investors.
The CNBC contributor says he will lead the National Economic Council after Gary Cohn quit.
Robot taxis, funky lights, a living room on wheels: The Geneva Motor Show gives us a glimpse into the future of motoring.
Talk of scrapping 1p and 2p coins has been dismissed by the prime minister's spokesman.
Conviviality, which is also the UK's biggest alcohol wholesaler, discovered the huge bill on Tuesday.
Broadcom abandons pursuit of US rival Qualcomm two days after it was blocked by President Trump.
Six models of the AmazonBasics product have been identified as posing a burns hazard.
All of the toy retailer's 100 UK stores will shut their doors in the next six weeks.
The government will need to collect more tax to keep spending constant, warns the IFS.
Financial shocks such as divorce and redundancy are leading people into debt crises, a charity says.
Inditex says online sales now account for a tenth of its global total as profits continue to rise.
The search giant follows Facebook in censoring ads for initial coin offerings and trading services.