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Big business and national charities lash out at environmentally-unfriendly policies
Remember Google Glass, the tech giant’s spectacles project that was scrapped in January this year? Well, it’s back.
But the bank still increased profits by 38%
An infographic showing how your body reacts to the first sip of Coca-Cola and its effects on your body in 60 minutes has gone viral.
It is cheaper to commute from Madrid each day than rent in Camden Town
The bank’s half-year results revealed
The dumb kid who jumped off Tower Bridge is not alone. Turns out, there are other pranksters pulling weird stunts around London landmarks.
The UK’s GDP rose 0.7% in the second quarter of 2015, up from 0.4% in the first quarter
Tesco is to stop selling sugary drinks in a bid to prevent childhood obesity.
We thought more men than women are unemployed – but it could be the other way round
“I want to apologise for the pain and embarrassment I have caused,” he wrote.
Take a look at British assets owned by bollygarchs
Publisher looking to offload its 50% stake in the magazine
Workforce discrimination remains a major problem for British business
The Dunnhumby co-founder says it’s vital that a new culture which embraces science and technology is rooted in our education system as well as wider society
Businesses need to focus on experience innovation says Dylan Stuart
Bookmakers plan to merge to make £2.3bn company
The Financial Times has been sold to Japanese media company Nikkei for £844m, it has been confirmed.
The newspaper could be sold imminently
And businesses haven’t planned for it
The Pimlico Plumbers founder and CEO says Britain needs to get over its obsession with degrees
Apple lost over $66bn of its value after figures showed that the tech giant sold fewer iPhones than expected.
Milner on getting more British businesses to export
Government to scrap grants in cost-cutting drive
Five years' hard Labour: If the party isn’t standing up for wealth re-distribution then what is it for?
Did you see that ludicrous display last night, our senior reporter asks
It’s all gone wrong for the Japanese multinational
Pearson PLC, the parent company of the 127-year-old newspaper the Financial Times, is mulling a sale of the business broadsheet.
Let’s change the perception of enterprise, says Greene
Amit Bhatia is chairman, Hope Construction Materials, & vice chairman, Queens Park Rangers F.C.
Hold on to your mortgages – interest rates are going up
Mills lashes out at The Daily Telegraph’s “undemocratic” campaign for “dooming” Labour
Budget building is Budget blow for Osborne
The Ryman chairman and former Dragon’s idea to secure Britain’s ambition
The WPP boss speaks out on the EU debate
New figures reveal crippling economic facts
Departure comes just a week after Antony Jenkins was fired
Service will be available for Tube, Waitrose, Pret a Manger and others from today
Inflation rate falls to 0% again
It could get awkward