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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries agree to buy the CRJ aircraft programme for $550m (£432m),
The loss of Kerry Foods - the biggest employer in Burton-upon-Trent - is "crushing", unions said.
Biffa broke the law by exporting everything from underwear to socks in containers labelled as paper.
The four-hour disruption was the largest in years and the cause is still unclear.
Customers will get rebates after the company failed to operate its sewage plants properly.
A rise in drone use has created growing security concerns for airports around the world.
Emily Eavis explains how the festival grew out of her father's dairy farm.
Top professions are still dominated by the privately educated, a social mobility report says.
Running a music festival is challenging and not just because of the weather.
Donald Trump has labelled himself "Tariff Man", in his bid to use tariffs to boost domestic jobs.
Younger people are looking for something a bit different and shops are trying to work out what that is.
The Tory leadership candidate's plan would cost "many billions", the Institute for Fiscal Studies says.
A group of 18 wealthy individuals is arguing that politicians have a moral duty to tax them more.
Passengers have complained about the restrictions of one bottle of wine or four cans of beer.
One of the best known names in the casino industry is being bought by fast-growing Eldorado Resorts.
The bank has frozen 8,000 Jersey-based accounts amid a crackdown on money laundering.
One firm in Brighton is trialling a four day week for its workers.
The mobile network sent 2.5 million messages to customers about its app and handset upgrades.
The chain is introducing paper bags in 53 of its 2,485 stores - but not in its central pharmacy.
A Norwegian aluminium producer is recovering after hackers took thousands of computers offline and demanded a ransom.