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The troubled construction and services firm is attempting to save £55m a year by 2021.
UK-listed companies will be able to sell shares in Shanghai under a new share link, Treasury says.
The boss of Ethiopian Airlines has rejected the idea his pilots were at fault in 737 Max crash.
Companies should be investing in measures aimed at growth, says the British Chambers of Commerce.
Entrepreneur Ronald Ndoro talks about his vision for private members' clubs in the 21st century.
How Dame Stephanie Shirley went from child refugee to computer industry and women's rights pioneer.
The wife of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn speaks out about his detention and campaign to free him.
The wife of the former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn wants pressure put on Japan over his legal battle.
A customer claimed a waiter feared being made to pay after diners fled, because of company policy.
Mr Hunt said if there is no prospect of a deal by 31 October he would accept a no-deal Brexit.
Employers have become more relaxed about visible tattoos at work, but some firms still don't allow them.
A Berkshire family has turned the oceans' waste plastic into a range of children's swimwear.
International buyers offered high prices for eels caught on the River Severn in Gloucestershire.
Photographer Sayan Hazra captures a day in the life of one of India's few female DJs.
The new duties come days before countries' leaders are expected to meet at a G20 summit in Japan.
More than one-in-10 people in the UK now own second homes, buy-to-let and overseas properties.
At the Paris Airshow, Boeing faces some difficult choices following the fatal 737 Max crashes.
Hong Kong is one of the world's top financial hubs, but is this status now at risk?
The Chinese tech giant says it's being "cautious" about the device, which was supposed to launch this summer.
The London Metal Exchange's ban affects about 120 personnel of the nine different firms who work there.