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Firms have made large profits from those in persistent debt but must do more to help them by September.
Huawei says the US wants to keep the Chinese firm out of the country because it is "too strong".
The airline will close its base at Glasgow Airport with more than 300 jobs expected to go as a result.
Provident Financial reports loss for 2017 and is raising £330m to cover compensation bill.
After Beijing moved on the insurance and financial giant, others are likely to be worried.
US cable TV giant Comcast makes bid for Sky challenging existing offer from Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox.
A teenage chocolatier is building up his business from the heart of the Highlands.
The popularity of SUVs and falling diesel sales has led to higher vehicle CO2 levels, the SMMT says.
Diners can leave a restaurant and their bill is paid automatically via an app, in a Barclaycard trial.
Technology is helping musicians, bands and artists get a bigger share of the revenues from their work.
British sports car maker posts an annual profit for the first time since 2010.
President Trump wants to scrap the US trade deal with Canada and Mexico, Nafta. But how does it work?
The Swiss bank plans to move some investment bankers out of London ahead of Brexit, reports say.
The supermarket labelled a fancy dress outfit as Dark Panther.
The Labour leader announces a major shift in his party's policy on trade with the EU after Brexit.
Research from the US suggests a drop in conception rates could indicate a recession is on the way.