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The insurance market is running a campaign urging staff to report sexual harassment - but will it work?
Almost half of Britons would fake a sick day, but very often it is due to mental health issues.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the trampoline became a million dollar idea.
The move follows the dramatic collapse of the company's listing plans.
Is Labour's plan for 100,000 council houses and 50,000 housing association homes a year feasible?
Apple says it loses money when it repairs devices such as iPhones and Macbooks.
Political parties are promising to spend lots of money, but how will they fund their plans?
About half of the new roles will be for apprentices in each of Hays Travel's 737 shops.
The OECD predicts growth of just 3% as a lack of direction on climate policy threatens investment.
Borrowing climbed to £11.2bn last month, some 25% more than the same time last year.
The airline is booking passengers into hotels after some were stuck for up to 10 hours.
The move is part of Jeremy Corbyn's plan to "transform" the UK into a low carbon, green economy.
In one of Australia's biggest class actions, a court ruled the firm failed to warn women of the risks.
A source close to the prince says he will continue to be involved in the scheme amid fears for its future.
A BBC survey about morals in the UK finds 40% of adults would call in sick if they needed a day off.
A Spanish court made the ruling after a passenger was forced to pay a fine for extra luggage.
The PM says he will raise the threshold next year so people do not have to pay until they earn £9,500.
The change in policy at the department store is believed to have taken place since Mike Ashley's Sport Direct bought it
Japanese firm Softbank says its robot is meant to replace "over-worked janitorial teams".
China is adding coal power equivalent to the EU's entire generating capacity.