Friday, April 20, 2018

Ford to test online car sales in China with new Alibaba deal

Ford is expected to sign as early as Thursday a deal with Alibaba which may allow the US carmaker to test selling cars...

Mulberry half-year losses widen as tourist spending eases pain

Luxury handbag maker Mulberry has revealed widening half-year losses but said strong international demand and tourist spend is helping offset a slowing UK...

Lubaina Himid’s Turner Prize-winning work is meant to be fierce political satire, but it...

If you hear feral bellowings on the cobbled streets of old Hull tonight, it probably won’t have anything to do with tonight’s victor....

EU court backs British worker’s claim for 13 years of holiday pay in ‘bombshell’...

The EU’s top court has backed a British window salesman in a bombshell ruling over unpaid holiday during 13 years of employment. The...

Five things to look out for in the US economy now the Senate has...

Let’s focus on the US, or rather the economic and financial issues there, rather than the political soap opera. This week the markets...

Shark kills US tourist at diving spot off coast of Costa Rican island

Authorities in Costa Rica say a US woman is dead after a shark attacked her at a diving spot off the coast of the...

Child rapists may face death penalty in Indian state

Rapists who attack girls under the age 12 could be handed death sentences if a bill passed in one Indian state becomes law. Politicians in Madhya Pradesh voted through the legislation...

Soon companies will have to publish information about their gender pay gap by law...

In just over 120 days, or 17 and a half weeks, or four months exactly, every single company based in the UK that...

Members of Trump’s White House team ‘sh*****g bricks’ after Michael Flynn’s guilty plea

Donald Trump’s aides are said to be “sh***ing bricks” following the guilty plea deal made by his ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn.  Special...

Immigration is a ‘good thing’ for Britain says Brexit-backing Wetherspoons head

JD Wetherspoon‘s Brexit-backing chairman has admitted the future success of Britain’s economy will rely on inward immigration which he said was a “good...

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