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Results this week will reveal the tour giant’s post-Covid boom, but what might a deep recession do to holiday bookings?
Don’t Pay group reportedly has 80,000 pledges to refuse payments from 1 October when price cap rises
American drugmaker Pfizer is close to a deal to purchase Global Blood Therapeutics, which manufactures a recently approved drug against sickle-cell anemia, for $5 billion, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
BP is on course to pay a lower tax rate this year than before the onset of Covid, despite a raid on energy companies' profits during the cost of living crisis.
Trainee barristers are being offered annual pay of £100,000 as the battle to attract legal talent heats up.
A fire at a fuel depot in western Cuba sparked by a lightning strike has injured more than 60 people, three of them critically, officials said Saturday.
From sprawling castles to a UFO-inspired abode, Airbnb has revealed its most wish-listed unique homes in the UK. Take a look at the full list.
Chinese technology giant Tencent has disregarded rising tensions between Beijing and the West to invest in a British start-up building simulation software for the Army.
When the Lionesses beat Germany last weekend, a new generation of football fans was forged. And while the beautiful game is a notoriously pricey sport to follow, families can make huge savings by focusing their new-fangled fandom on women’s football over men’s.
As China tightened its controls on money exiting the country, president Xi Jinping inadvertently gave rise to organised crime in Britain.
As vast network of job agencies rakes in hundreds of millions in taxpayer dollars, jobseekers face ‘humiliating’ tasks to maintain payments
Warren Buffett’s company has fallen to a $44bn (£36bn) loss after sharp falls in stock markets took their toll on the legendary investor’s portfolio.
Chief Executive Elon Musk owns 15.6% of Tesla, according to Refinitiv data, after selling millions of shares last year. Each stockholder of record on Aug. 17 will get a dividend of two additional shares for each share held, to be distributed after close of trading on Aug. 24, the company said. The new share split comes two years after a five-for-one split helped bring down the price of the high-flying stock within the reach of ordinary investors.
As the Tory leadership hopefuls clash over when to reduce taxes, the public are more concerned with maintaining funding
Elon Musk has accused Twitter of fraud, alleging the social media platform misled him about key aspects of its business before he agreed to a $44 billion buyout, as their court fight heats up.
‘Black-box’ AI-based discrimination seems to be beyond the control of organisations that use it
Letter: Charlie Rosier says millions of children are missing out on structured learning and development opportunities due to growing issues with affordability
Dame Maureen Lipman, 76, is an actress, writer and comedian who has worked in film (Up The Junction, The Pianist), theatre (the National and the RSC as well as one-woman shows) and television (Agony and Coronation Street). She was made a Dame in 2020. Widowed, she lives alone in west London.
Energy group Eni said on Friday it had acquired Tango FLNG to produce and export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Republic of Congo, as Italy rushes to find alternative supplies to Russian gas. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February, Italian ministers and Eni's CEO have travelled to Africa to sign contracts to secure additional gas supplies. Built in 2017, the Tango LNG floating liquefaction facility will begin its activity in Congo in the second half of 2023 and become part of Eni's operations of the natural gas development project in the Marine XII block.