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21 days ago
Big oil starts to spend
Big oil starts to spend

Two projects worth $45 billion announced this month show the world’s largest oil companies are regaining confidence to make big investments.

21 days ago
UK retailers have sour June
UK retailers have sour June

UK retailers had their worst June in a decade as consumers reined in spending ahead of the country’s European Union referendum.

21 days ago
Race on for EU office space
Race on for EU office space

Regus is speeding up expansion plans ahead of an anticipated surge in inquiries from financial firms leaving London.

21 days ago
Brexit hammers UK consumer confidence
Brexit hammers UK consumer confidence

Drop in consumer confidence is the strongest evidence to date of the challenges Britain's economy faces after the EU vote.

21 days ago
The tycoon Trevor Noah really wants to interview
The tycoon Trevor Noah really wants to interview

The host of America’s The Daily Show has a mogul in mind for questioning - but doubts this big fish would make an appearance.

21 days ago
Brexit: Obama sees ‘orderly transition’
Brexit: Obama sees ‘orderly transition’

Barack Obama is confident that Britain and the EU will manage to reshape their relationship in a polite fashion.

21 days ago
Dior picks new artistic director
Dior picks new artistic director

Christian Dior names Maria Grazia Chiuri as its next creative head - the first woman to hold the position in the group’s 70-year history.

21 days ago
Microsoft boss reshapes top management
Microsoft boss reshapes top management

Departure of long-time COO Kevin Turner prompts Satya Nadella to re-organise Microsoft’s senior executive ranks.

21 days ago
Food labels: US Senate passes GMO bill
Food labels: US Senate passes GMO bill

The US Senate has approved legislation that would for the first time require food to carry labels listing genetically-modified ingredients.

21 days ago
Modi ready for business in SA
Modi ready for business in SA

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has brought 30 captains of industry with him on his two-day whistle-stop visit to South Africa.

22 days ago
Bitcoin’s fate hinges on Chinese miners
Bitcoin’s fate hinges on Chinese miners

Wu Jihan still remembers the exhilaration he felt after learning about bitcoin in 2011.

22 days ago
Dining out tonight?
Dining out tonight?

Here are nine of the most extreme experiences money can buy - but they come at a price.

22 days ago
$23bn in property assets frozen
$23bn in property assets frozen

UK property funds with about $23.4 billion of assets freeze withdrawals as investors seek to dump real estate holdings post Brexit.

22 days ago
UK must get its act together
UK must get its act together

Britain's politicians must urgently get their act together after the Brexit vote.

22 days ago
Food prices surge in June
Food prices surge in June

World food prices posted their biggest monthly rise for four years in June, buoyed by a surge in sugar and increases for ...