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Canada also unveiled $2bn in aid to protect its steel and aluminium industries from the US tariffs.
A 3% rise in sales in the crucial North America region sends shares in the sportswear firm soaring.
How much of Ireland's trade goes via ports in Great Britain?
Dame Inga Beale, the only woman to lead the 330-year-old insurance market, will leave next year.
Staff must switch to mobiles by the end of the summer as landline phones will be phased out.
Ryde Technologies says 2,000 "phantom bookings" have cost its drivers thousands of dollars.
The UK's economy grew faster than previously estimated in the first three months of the year.
The retailer is testing whether shoppers can buy products using an app, rather than visiting a till.
Supplies of pork and chicken products will be affected, the Food and Drink Federation warns.
The landmark decision on plain packaging laws is likely to have global implications.
A new survey ranks Sports Direct above the US tech titan as a firm "trailblazing in global commerce".
How instant feedback software and AI bots could make meetings more interesting and productive.
City sources say the deal, under negotiation for more than a year, could be struck in the next few days.
The start of a four-year reduction in the fee paid each time an ATM is used takes effect on Sunday,
China's reputation for manufacturing has been built on being fast and cheap. Now Beijing wants to raise their game.
The Federal Reserve points to "widespread and critical deficiencies" at the German bank's US division.