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Two of Google's most senior executives have used a lecture in London to press their belief in the transparency of the internet and warned of the dangers of "digital ethnic cleansing".
Bailiffs are profiting at the expense of struggling families because of cuts to council tax benefits, according to the Citizens Advice service.
Britain may be as much as three quarters of the way through working off the high levels of debt that have stifled growth since the financial crisis began, a senior Bank of England (BoE) policymaker has said.
The chief executive of Royal Mail is being lined up for an annual bonus worth almost £500,000 just months before the company presses the button on Britain's biggest privatisation for a generation.
Mothercare UK has reported a £21.7m loss for the year, an improvement on last year's loss of £24.7m.
The FTSE lost close to 2% in early trading on the back of signs the US may wind down quantitative easing measures and weak Chinese data.
Some of the biggest private equity firms in the City are preparing to do battle over a stake in the £800m motor insurer Hastings, Sky News understands.
Nissan Motor Co Ltd is recalling about 841,000 vehicles worldwide as a result of a steering wheel glitch.
Callcredit Information Group, one of Britain's fastest-growing credit-checking companies, is plotting a £400m sale that will reap a handsome return for its private equity backers.
After all the fuss the International Monetary Fund has made over the past month about the need for the UK to change course on austerity, and about how George Osborne's policies are "playing with fire", most were expecting a harsh verdict from the Fund in