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A leading jobs website says the number of searches from Europe for British jobs has dropped since 2015.
A council's proposed budget cuts puts Seaborne's planned Ramsgate to Ostend ferry service at risk.
Nominee David Malpass has called for changes at the international institution.
The RMT union said Northern rail had offered a guarantee of a conductor on all trains.
The Chinese telecoms giant says measures to address UK security concerns will take time to implement.
The Trump administration has nominated economist David Malpass as World Bank president. Who is he?
The music streaming service is trying to be the "Netflix of audio", an analyst says.
France's finance minister says ruling against the Siemens-Alstom tie-up 'serves the interests of China'.
Cuadrilla says other industries enjoy "higher thresholds" when it comes to tremors.
The online grocer has seen shares slump after a fire tore through its Hampshire warehouse.
Outsourcing company Interserve has reached a deal with creditors to cut its debts from £600m to £275m.
UK competition watchdog probes a number of websites over pressure selling and discount claims.
The US president says any deal must end unfair trade practices and lower US trade deficits.
The UK's advertising watchdog says steps should have been taken to hide them from under-18s.
Ageing populations around the world are putting pressure on healthcare. Can innovation plug the gap?
Rising competition and the labour-intensive nature of making these cakes by hand mean local bakeries like these are dwindling.
The University of Toronto is using Donald Trump and Brexit to poach international students.
There never was a founder called Valerie, instead a Belgian husband and wife team. Ben Morris speaks exclusively to the couple's niece.
A scheme prevented millions being handed over to fraudsters but some cons still hit their target.
The CBI warns that the UK risks "crashing out" of 40 trade deals in the event of a no-deal Brexit