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Airbus Defence and Space to cut more than 2,300 jobs

4 hours 4 min ago
The space and defence business of Airbus said it will get rid of 357 roles in the UK out of nearly 4,000 staff.

Axminster Carpets collapses into administration

6 hours 17 min ago
The 265-year-old business had been trying to secure a rescue deal for weeks.

Laura Ashley agrees loan deal in fight for survival

7 hours 59 sec ago
The clothing and furnishing retailer secures money to meet its immediate funding needs.

WH Smith in spat with Telegraph over pricing

9 hours 2 min ago
The UK retailer has removed the Daily Telegraph newspaper from 120 shops in railway stations.

Are economically inactive people the answer to staff shortages?

9 hours 21 min ago
Priti Patel says staff shortages can be dealt with by training the 8.5 million people who are economically inactive.

HS2: Stephenson given new rail link role

9 hours 44 min ago
The PM has promised to "restore discipline" to the multi-billion-pound rail project.

UK house prices rising fastest in Yorkshire and Humber

11 hours 2 min ago
House prices climbed 3.9% in Yorkshire and Humber last year, but just 1.2% in the South East.

UK inflation at six-month high as petrol prices rise

11 hours 53 min ago
The Consumer Prices Index rose to 1.8%, but remains below the Bank of England's 2% target.

Facebook expresses 'deep concern' after Singapore orders page block

13 hours 22 min ago
Facebook said it was "legally compelled" to block access to a page under new "fake news" laws.

'Vegans need their own shelf in the office fridge'

14 hours 1 min ago
The Vegan Society has issued guidelines to "help employers accommodate the needs of vegans".

Uber closes LA office and outsources to Manila

14 hours 7 min ago
The ride-hailing firm will close its downtown LA customer support office to focus on larger centres.

Guernsey Victorian shop manager quits over adding barcodes

18 hours 25 min ago
When asked to modernise and have barcodes on stock of sweets Elizabeth Lihou said "I couldn't do it".

737 Max: Debris found in planes' fuel tanks

18 hours 54 min ago
The discovery raises fresh concerns about potential safety issues for the US plane-making giant.

Kellogg's changes palm oil policy after sisters' petition

20 hours 20 min ago
Asha and Jia Kirkpatrick, aged 12 and 10, hope the move will help orangutans to survive.

Hollywood studio plans to build film complex in Reading

20 hours 37 min ago
US company Blackhall Studios wants to build a movie-making complex at Thames Valley Science Park.

What's gone wrong at HSBC?

21 hours 16 min ago
With about 35,000 jobs set to go at HSBC, BBC global trade correspondent Dharshini David looks at what has gone wrong for the banking giant.

How overseas stag parties are hurting the environment

21 hours 48 min ago
About half the flights young men take each year are for stag dos - and that generates a lot of emissions.

CEO Secrets: How Camelot boss got to the top

21 hours 52 min ago
Nigel Railton, who is boss of Camelot UK, which runs the National Lottery, explains how he got there.

China economy: Why it matters to you

21 hours 53 min ago
As China struggles to cope with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we look at the scale and importance of it's financial might.

Climate change: Fertiliser could be used to power ocean-going ships

22 hours 3 min ago
Ammonia, the key ingredient of fertiliser, can be burned in ships’ engines in place of polluting diesel.