The management of a troubled NHS Trust is rated as inadequate in a new Care Quality Commission report.
Complaints by Sports Direct about a BBC investigation into working conditions at the company are rejected by the BBC Trust.
A British woman accused of plotting to murder her husband in India appears before a court.
The mother of a woman stabbed in an Australian backpackers' hostel says her daughter was worried about "sexual exploitation".
Derby County suspend manager Nigel Pearson, who will not be in charge of the team for Tuesday's match at Cardiff City.
A man is jailed for 23 years after a businessman was shot and killed during a robbery at a warehouse.
A horse is in a "stable" condition after getting all four of her legs stuck over the edge of a footbridge.
An inquiry into the death of a British woman in India rules out murder.
The family of a deaf boy from Iraq says a specialist school has saved their son's life.
More than 500 jobs are at risk after a food company lost a major contract, it is confirmed.
The families of five chemical plant colleagues who all died of brain cancer say they are seeking answers.
Fly-tipping and litter cost taxpayers millions of pounds a year to clean up. What can be done about it?
The mother of backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung, who was killed in Australia, pays tribute to her "vivacious and extremely funny" daughter.
Ex-England batsman Kim Barnett is named Derbyshire director of cricket in the latest coaching restructure at the club.
Chris Powell says he has not spoken to Nigel Pearson since the Derby County manager was suspended by the club on Tuesday.
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Budget airline Monarch receives a temporary extension to its licence to sell package holidays and says it has secured "significant" new investment from shareholders.
An increase in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) which takes place on 1 October amounts to a "raid" on consumers, the industry says.
Four of the UK's largest energy companies have been barring their own customers from some of the best deals for gas and electricity, the BBC's Moneybox learns
After troubled Deutsche Bank's shares hit another record low, the chief executive sends an email to reassure staff that the bank's finances are strong.
BT condemns "excessive" new business rates, which it says will push up the cost of broadband services.
The UK services sector grew much more strongly than expected in the wake of June's vote to leave the European Union, latest figures show.
People in their early 30s are "half as wealthy" as those now in their 40s were at the same age, a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies finds.
Housebuilders should get on and build more houses, the Nationwide Building Society has declared, as prices continue to rise.
The boss of Nissan warns that Brexit uncertainty and possible tariffs could damage investment in the UK's biggest car factory.
The energy supplier E is to be investigated by the regulator Ofgem for potentially misleading its customers.
Royal Bank of Scotland is renaming its investment bank NatWest Markets as part of its separation from the bank's High Street operations.
John Lewis boss Andy Street, who calls himself a "proud Brummie", is chosen as the Conservative candidate to run for West Midlands mayor.
Supermarkets in the UK deliberately overproduce in-store baked bread to keep shelves full as a marketing ploy, food waste charities claim.
London's FTSE 100 eased back from a fall of more than 1% to close down by 0.34% at 6,895.8 points.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox says he wants the UK's trade with the European Union to be "at least as free" after Brexit.
Charity campaigns urge people to give up smoking in October but money can be saved by cutting out other unnecessary extras, an advice service says.
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Despite clawback provisions at a number of companies, their actual use is somewhat rare, and they are often too weak to pose much of a punitive threat.
Financial advisers and lawyers say the easiest negotiations usually involve joint parenting pacts and solid prenuptial agreements.
Sixteen members of Congress are raising questions over the foreign acquisition of American movie theaters and studios.
The lender plans to group the majority of its British and Western European retail banking operations in a separate entity by the end of 2018.
As investors’ concerns of another crisis are stoked, the arithmetic is less important than fears about the impotence of European authorities.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said the company disguised bribes to foreign officials as legitimate travel, entertainment and marketing expenses.
The historic Fondaco dei Tedeschi along the Grand Canal has been remodeled as a lifestyle department store, operated by the duty-free retailer DFS.
The measure, which affects public servants, journalists and teachers, will alter a country where meals, cash and other gifts have long been central to doing business.
Mark Lyttleton oversaw the BlackRock UK Dynamic and BlackRock UK Absolute Alpha funds before he left the firm in March 2013.
Salesforce, a San Francisco tech company, is said to have questioned whether Microsoft’s takeover of LinkedIn might hinder consumer choice and access to data.
The German bank’s shares in the United States tumbled 6.7 percent for the day, after falling as much as 9 percent, in unusually heavy trading.
Engineers look to floating platforms to enable wind turbines to move into deeper waters farther from the coast.
Trade is under attack in much of the world, because economists failed to anticipate the accompanying joblessness, and governments failed to help.
Clashes over costs and fears that security measures would chase away customers hobbled Yahoo’s efforts, leading to the 2014 breach of 500 million users.
The sale of the insurer is the lender’s latest move to simplify its structure in response to poor results and a U.S. inquiry into its mortgage securities.
The $100 billion deal would create a brewing giant accounting for 27 percent of beer sales worldwide, with annual revenue of about $55 billion.
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