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Ambulances were called out to the headquarters of one of Europe's largest sports retailers 76 times in two years, a BBC investigation finds.

A traffic free path through the Peak District National Park is to be widened and resurfaced to increase safety.

Pupils at an independent Derbyshire school previously rated as "outstanding", have been put a risk, a surprise inspection finds.

The company behind a proposed pig farm for 24,500 animals in Derbyshire is to appeal against a decision not to grant it an environmental permit.

The electrification of the Midland Mainline is to be restarted after being stopped in June so a review could be carried out.

A businessman wants a homeless hostel and derelict theatre removed from Derby city centre to "attract investment".

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Derbyshire batsman Billy Godleman signs a two-year deal to keep him at he club until the end of the 2017 season.

Derby County extend their unbeaten Championship run to five games with a comfortable victory over struggling Brentford.

Derby County's record signing Bradley Johnson takes a cheap shot at boss Paul Clement - while paintballing.

Derbyshire all-rounder Matt Critchley signs his first professional contract to keep him at the club until the end of the 2017 season.

Former Chesterfield boss John Sheridan is confirmed as Terry Butcher's successor as Newport County manager.

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Chancellor George Osborne says local councils across England will be able to keep all proceeds from business rates.

The US Justice Department has finalised a $20bn settlement with BP over the fatal Gulf of Mexico oil disaster in 2010.

Shares on Wall Street rise strongly after last week's weak jobs figures are seen as delaying any move by the Federal Reserve to lift rates.

Plans to sell shares worth at least £2bn in Lloyds Banking Group to private investors are announced by the government.

US, Japan and 10 other Pacific rim countries agree a wide-ranging Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal that covers about 40% of the world economy.

Two Air France managers have their shirts torn, as angry workers force them to flee a meeting on job cuts and escape over a fence.

Shares in embattled mining giant Glencore jump 17% following reports it is in talks to sell its agriculture business.

The system used in London by app-based taxi service Uber is being called into question in a High Court case.

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has been confirmed as the permanent chief executive of Twitter after serving as the interim boss for three months.

Companies should pay tax in the countries where they conduct business under new proposals from the OECD that are intended to cut corporate tax minimisation.

A 5p charge for plastic bags at supermarkets and large stores has come into force in England in a bid to slash the 7.6 billion handed out every year.

Ambulances were called out to the headquarters of one of Europe's largest sports retailers 76 times in two years, a BBC investigation finds.

Dave Lee takes a ride in Google's driverless car but is less than impressed with the experience.

On 5 October supermarkets in England will start charging 5p for using plastic bags. Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about the charge.

A look at the new Trans-Pacific Partnership - one of the world's biggest free trade zones - which will take in about 40 % of the global economy.

As a new 5p charge on plastic bags rolls out in English supermarkets, BBC News takes a look at the numbers behind plastic bag use in England.

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Negotiators reached an agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a potentially precedent-setting model for global commerce and worker standards.

Despite its efforts to diversify beyond being a one-company factory town, the home of the “people’s car” is still inextricably part of the Volkswagen ecosystem.

Two executives had to flee a meeting at Air France offices near Charles de Gaulle Airport, where plans were discussed to cut about 2,900 jobs.

The giant trade pact, years in the making, has become and a cornerstone of President Obama’s trade policy in his final term.

With prices falling fast, the state-owned Rosneft struggles to pay its debts.

The state is cruising toward its 2020 goal for increasing renewable energy and is setting far more ambitious targets for the future.

Companies are likely to be careful about making large investment plans in Iran until it is clear what the nation has to offer and what will happen to oil prices.

A project in Alberta remains one of the few bright spots in the decade-long global push to bring carbon capture and storage technology into the mainstream.

The activist investor may seek to push conglomerate to return capital to shareholders through stock buybacks.

The Swiss food giant will contribute ice cream businesses in Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Europe and the Philippines to the deal.

It had originally planned a retail offering in Lloyds shares last year, but it delayed those plans because of turmoil in the markets.

No layoffs were announced in the filing, which still requires approval by the bankruptcy court and is part of a deal that would let the clothing retailer keep most of its 130 U.S. stores open.

Negotiators appeared close to accord on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would phase out thousands of import tariffs and non-tariff barriers.

European finance ministers are set to discuss how soon Greece receives its next disbursement of funds from the country’s latest international bailout.

The carmaker installed emissions-cheating software in 2008 after realizing that a new diesel motor could not meet pollution standards, people familiar with an internal inquiry said.

Negotiators failed to reach an agreement over commercial protections for drug companies, leaving trade ministers to settle for a final round of talks on Sunday.

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