Every day, Mark Zuckerberg wakes up to a flood of bad news. “I look at my phone to get like a million messages,” he says. “It’s usually not good.”
Britain’s richest homebuyers are ditching their traditional London stomping grounds and are decamping to the Home Counties en masse, new research shows.
The prime minister is expected to review the shortage occupation list designed to help migrants get work visas to fill vacancies in the UK
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Donald Trump must not be allowed to abuse his position on Facebook if he is allowed back on the platform.
The party said it would be ‘extremely reckless’ to dismiss the future of renewables.
Drivers are to miss out on a fall in petrol prices after a sharp drop in the value of the pound.
For the past decade savers have seen their money languishing in poor paying accounts due to low interest rates. But as the Bank of England pushes up its rate to tackle soaring inflation, savers’ fortunes are changing.
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A coalition of retailers, including at Bicester Village and Heathrow Airport, plan to persuade ministers to fast-track the VAT cut for tourists in time for the King's coronation next year.
Only state intervention can save the day, but the pain is likely to fall on ordinary citizens, say observers
Cybercrime attacks are increasing. That’s one good reason to keep track of employees who work from home
Rail strikes are planned for October 1, 5, and 8, threatening travel chaos for passengers.
Cybersecurity minister Clare O’Neil set to announce reforms in coming week after millions of telco customers’ data stolen
Tory donors and business leaders have hailed Kwasi Kwarteg's plans for £45bn of tax cuts as the “first Conservative” budget for over 20 years amid hopes of a revival in economic growth.
Attorney general Mark Dreyfus has been briefed by the privacy commissioner about hack and is seeking ‘urgent’ meeting with telco
Reversing Britain's post-pandemic worker crisis would boost the economy by £23bn and hand the Exchequer an extra £8bn in tax, new research has revealed, as Kwasi Kwarteng seeks to get more people back to work.
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s tax-slashing programme has come under fire for mainly benefiting the rich.
The United Arab Emirates agreed Sunday to supply natural gas and diesel to Germany as part of an "energy security" deal to replace Russian supplies.
NatWest has told its male bankers that they can take a full year off when they become a father, as it races to reinvent itself as more family friendly.
Construction crews are back at Dearborn, remaking Ford's century-old industrial complex once again, this time for a post-petroleum era that is finally beginning to feel possible.