Police release the name of a father-of-two found dead at his home.
A lorry driver who killed two men when he crashed while using Facebook on his mobile phone is jailed.
A man whose body was discovered in a sewage tank at a Doncaster college is identified by police.
A man known by the name of Ebeneezer Goode is prosecuted for having drugs and daubing graffiti on a church building.
Aerospace company Rolls-Royce says it will cut an extra 800 roles from its marine division, blaming weak demand from energy customers.
A mother who stamped her 21-month-old daughter to death launches an appeal against her murder conviction.
Prince William has told Great British Bake Off runner-up Andrew Smyth that he "should have won".
A police officer found dead on moorland after a six day search was dreading a meeting at work, an inquest hears.
A medieval sapphire ring found by metal detectorists in a field in Derbyshire sells at auction for £3,600.
The UK's oldest man, Jack Mansfield of Derbyshire, dies at a care home aged 108, just weeks short of his 109th birthday.
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Derby County withstand a second-half onslaught from Wigan to record their fifth successive Championship win.
Rotherham's winless run extends to 15 games as caretaker boss Paul Warne's first game in charge ends in defeat at Burton.
Scott Kashket's hat-trick helps League Two side Wycombe beat League One side Chesterfield 5-0 in the FA Cup second round.
Mark Williams and John Higgins, who have won five UK Championship titles between them, reach the quarter-finals in York.
Derby goalkeeper Jonathan Mitchell extends his contract at the Championship club until the end of the 2018-19 season.
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Supermarket Iceland says talks with the Icelandic government over a trademark dispute have failed.
Apple acknowledges plans to build a self-driving car for the first time in a letter to US transport regulators.
Venezuela is issuing higher-value notes to help alleviate the problem of soaring inflation.
The tax affairs of football manager Jose Mourinho should be investigated by UK officials, an MP says.
The US economy created 178,000 jobs in November, with the unemployment rate falling to a nine-year low.
Regional growth inequality in the UK is becoming more pronounced, says Bank of England chief economist Andrew Haldane.
Train fares in Britain will go up by an average of 2.3% from 2 January, the rail industry announces.
UK business sectors could remain in the EU customs union after Brexit, a trade minister suggests.
A review of the UK's care home market is being launched to see if residents are treated fairly.
Housebuilder Berkeley reports rising profits but says reservations are down due to stamp duty changes and Brexit uncertainty.
President-elect Donald Trump warns companies of "consequences" if they leave the United States.
Plans to move tax services online could lead to another "disastrous decline" in customer service, MPs warn
Italy's struggling banks now face added uncertainty because of the country's reform referendum
The plastic credit card is being replaced by invisible payments, the boss of Barclaycard says.
Langley Steinert, the co-founder of TripAdvisor, shares the business advice he has learned.
Israella Kafui-Mansu gives the BBC a guided tour of her organic beauty business.
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China’s internet filters block many of Silicon Valley’s biggest companies but have done little to stanch a Chinese obsession with its culture.
The best-selling author studied the work of two psychologists and chronicled their unusual partnership of ideas in the book “The Undoing Project.”
Global lenders, sometimes flouting their own policies, have financed projects in Indonesia and elsewhere that destroy ecosystems and contribute to climate change.
How does a progressive company find itself pitched on a hard-right website? A third-party ad network is using consumer data and targeting technology.
Remarks on Saturday by the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York appeared to respond to President-elect Donald J. Trump’s promise to roll back Wall Street regulations.
The short-term room rental service settled a lawsuit it had filed over a state law that it said could have deterred hosts and impaired its revenues.
Reacting to reports of cases where insurance covers an E.R. visit but not the doctor, resulting in big bills for patients.
David O. Sacks, who was charged with turning the embattled start-up around, is said to be possibly joining Donald J. Trump’s transition team.
If President-elect Donald J. Trump imposes steep tariffs on Chinese goods, he could harm the people he aims to help — American factory workers.
The White House’s intervention could set the stage for President-elect Donald Trump to take a tougher stance on foreign deals.
The president named a panel to recommend how to make Panama’s financial sector more transparent, but that effort did not work out as planned.
The $7.5 million agreement signals a shift in legal doctrine on discrimination against gays and lesbians, making it more likely to be considered sex discrimination.
Employers in the United States added 178,000 workers last month, while the unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in more than nine years.
Sensible mergers are part of what chief executives are already paid for, and purchases may not add value and may cause trouble if cultures clash.
A bill in Congress would repeal the parts of the Dodd-Frank Act that encourage cooperation among financial regulators across the globe.
So-called fintech companies, which take deposits, make electronic payments or lend money, will be able to apply for bank charters from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
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