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Goldman Sachs: Sexual assault claims revealed in pay bias suit
Goldman Sachs is accused of "boys' club" culture that discriminated against women.

Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng hails 'new era' as he unveils tax cuts
The chancellor announces the biggest tax cuts since 1972 in a significant change of policy.

Pound sinks as investors question huge tax cuts
Markets worry over the outlook for government finances following the biggest tax cutting moves in 50 years.

Bosses think workers do less from home, says Microsoft
A new survey from the tech giant suggests workers and bosses disagree about productivity.

737 Max: Boeing to pay $200m over charges it misled investors
US regulators said the firm and its former boss misled investors following two fatal crashes.

Japan to lift restrictions on foreign tourists
After two-and-a-half years, the country will freely allow in international travellers next month.

Covid: Hong Kong to end controversial hotel quarantine policy
Hong Kong has some of the world's toughest rules as it follows China's zero Covid policies.

Tesla ordered to recall more than a million US cars
The US car-safety watchdog says a window glitch is affecting all four Tesla models.

UK may already be in recession - Bank of England
The warning comes as the Bank raises interest rates to 2.25% - the highest level for 14 years.

Manchester United announce net loss of £115.5m for 2021-22
Manchester United announce a net loss of £115.5m for the 2021-22 season even though revenues rose by 18% to £583.2m.

Sri Lanka: Inflation rate jumps to 70.2% in August
The South Asian nation is facing its worst economic crisis since independence from the UK in 1948.

Fed rate hike: US interest rates hit 14-year high in inflation battle
The US unveils another sharp rate rise as it fights to bring soaring prices under control.

Pound hits fresh 37-year low against dollar
The pound dips after Russian president Vladimir Putin accuses the West of 'nuclear blackmail'.

Covid: Reserve Bank of Australia takes $30bn hit on bond purchases
The Reserve Bank of Australia's deputy governor says the loss will not affect its normal operations.

Recession: Is the US heading into an 'ugly' downturn?
With stocks tanking and grocery bills high, many Americans feel like the economy is in a recession.

Gap to cut 500 office jobs in US and Asia as sales sink
The move marks the latest shake-up at the company which has been looking for a turnaround.

Reliance Industries: Daughter rises in Mukesh Ambani’s succession plan
Isha Ambani has been groomed to join the Reliance empire, unlike other women in her family.

Grand Theft Auto VI footage leaked after hack, developer Rockstar confirms
More than 90 images and videos were leaked from the franchise's next instalment, developer Rockstar confirms.

Molly Russell's inquest to put focus on big tech
The teenager's inquest begins today and some see it as test of the power of US tech giants.

After 'slow start', US companies embrace refugees
As the world's refugee crisis is pushed to the brink, some corporations finally start to respond.

eBay bans sale of Queen lying-in-state wristbands
Different coloured bands which mark mourners' place in the queue were being offered as memorabilia.

Pakistan floods put pressure on faltering economy
The South Asian nation was already grappling with high prices, low foreign reserves and high debt levels.

IHG hack: 'Vindictive' couple deleted hotel chain data for fun
The pair, who say they are from Vietnam, wiped out IHG group data after a foiled ransomware attack.

Pet perks tempt staff back into the office
Some businesses are giving staff incentives to get them back into the workplace.

Ring doorbell inventor shares advice... about advice
Jamie Siminoff, inventor of the Ring wireless doorbell, shares his advice for the CEO Secrets series.

Off-gridders take energy needs into their own hands
Natural disasters have spurred some communities and homeowners to generate their own electricity.

Should billboard advertising be banned?
Campaigners want to see the end of all outdoor advertising, calling it "sight pollution".

How India is building a pearl farming industry
The Indian government is fuelling its growth, but critics say the boom is coming at a cost.

Japan's female bosses mapping a course for other women
Female bosses remain a small minority in Japan, but efforts continue to increase their numbers.

The inside scoop on ice cream innovation
It is one of our favourite treats, but just what really goes into getting ice cream onto your cone?

Quiet quitting: The workplace trend taking over TikTok
Workers are starting to "quiet quit" in a bid to get their work-life balance back.

UK looks to Sweden for a solution to nuclear waste
After decades of experimentation Sweden is ahead of the UK when dealing with nuclear waste.

Let's talk: 'Therapy is not weak or unnecessary'
Living through a global pandemic boosted demand for therapy as people sought help with their mental health.

'I turned my front room into a full-time bakery'
Ben Gray explains why he turned his home into a bakery in lockdown.

How to stay cool the Japanese way
Japan's heatwaves are driving the need for ways to stay cool, from face masks to neck fans and vests.

From Maruti to Amul: Five brands that shaped India after independence
The homegrown brands that have found their way into the homes and hearts of millions of Indians.

Flexible firms take break from fixed bank holidays
Letting staff choose when to take bank holidays boosts work-life balance and productivity, some firms say.

CEO Secrets: Mopping the floor and a lesson in feedback
Steve Vamos of accounting software firm Xero shares his business advice for the CEO Secrets series.

What to do with clothes you no longer wear
New services offer convenient tailoring and repurposing of clothes in a bid to make them last longer.

Can a sleepy Japanese town become Asia's Silicon Valley?
A school for tech entrepreneurs will open its doors in April 2023 in the Tokushima town of Kamiyama.

What Hollywood is doing with props to cut waste
From recycling props to melting down materials, the film industry is making efforts to be less wasteful.

Property guardians move with the times to save cash
People living in disused buildings can save on rent, while owners are reassured the property is occupied.

Zimbabwe: Australian firm drills for oil and gas
Zimbabwe's first gas production could be led by a new well being drilled in the north of the country.

Cost of living: 'A lot of people have nowhere to turn'
Inflation could rise to 13% and the cost of living is putting a squeeze on finances, so how are people feeling?

'I looked at the prices in London... and chose Leeds'
Morten Toft Tech, founder of Meatless Farm, which makes plant-based meat alternative food, shares his business advice.

Shanghai Covid lockdown: The struggle of blind massage therapists
Blind massage therapists say the lockdown and lack of government support are making life difficult.

Price rises: Why a simple lunch is costing more in Asia-Pacific
From Singapore, to Seoul, to Sydney - how the cost of living affects lunch hour.
 
 
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