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Tata Steel workers across the UK vote by almost 9-1 to go on strike in a row over pensions in the first national strike in the steel industry for 30 years.
Crisis talks aimed at averting strike action are resuming as a dispute between National Rail and its workers over pay continues.
Mobile operator EE and the BBC will test a mobile app at the FA Cup final which uses 4G Broadcast technology to offer instant replays to fans in the stadium.
Greek bank deposits fall to their lowest level in more than 10 years as concerns persist over the country's debt burden and possible euro exit.
Anderson Group, one of the recruitment industry's most high-profile companies, is promoting an "aggressive" tax avoidance scheme which tax experts are calling "abusive".
Fifa sponsors say they want swift action to restore the football governing body's reputation as Sepp Blatter is re-elected president.
US economy contracts 0.7% after higher imports and lower investment taken into account.
American Express said its president, Ed Gilligan, died after becoming ill on a flight to New York
India's economy grows 7.5% in the three months to March, above expectations and outpacing China's economic expansion.
The mother of two children killed by carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Corfu criticises holiday firm Thomas Cook's former chief executive.
Pure Gym, the UK's largest gym operator, buys rival workout chain LA Fitness.
Prime Minister David Cameron says Fifa president Sepp Blatter must resign, adding "the sooner that happens the better".
Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch has gone up for sale for $100m, according to reports.
A family whose image was used in a poster campaign by the group opposing gay marriage in the Republic of Ireland say they were "naive" about stock photography websites.
How the African Development Bank has helped the Ivory Coast get back on its financial feet.
Online retailers are increasingly tempting customers away from high street jewellery stores.
A Cambridgeshire property director says he is "blown away" by the success of streaming house viewings on Periscope.
Delegates from 17 nations are set to discuss the migrant crisis in South East Asia at a meeting in Bangkok on Friday.
Macau's biggest casinos plan to invest $25bn in hotels and casinos over the next two years, despite a plunge in gambling revenues.
Pressure mounts on Sepp Blatter to stand down as president of world football's governing body Fifa - in the wake of the corruption allegations around the organisation.
Former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney, described as "an early adopter" because of the reforms he made while in office, talks about his successes and failures.
China's yuan may become a global reserve currency this year - Bank of America's Claudio Piron explains why that's important.
How to dismantle a massive oil platform in the North Sea