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".
Imax, the Canadian maker of widescreen cinema theatres, is planning an initial public offering (IPO) of its China unit in Hong Kong.
Rail workers in the RMT union are to hold 24-hour and 48-hour strikes next month, after rejecting a pay offer from Network Rail.
The Republic of Ireland's parliament has approved the sale of the nation's 25% stake in Aer Lingus to British Airways owner, IAG.
Mainland China shares continued lower, falling as much as 3.5% on Friday after plunging nearly 7% a day earlier.
Three major carmakers have expanded recalls of vehicles with faulty Takata airbags.
A UK exit from the European Union would be "disastrous" for Britain and Germany warns the German Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
The UK economy grew by 0.3% in the first quarter, the ONS confirms, with growth being hit by rising imports and a slowdown in the services sector.
The trader at the centre of the Libor rate-rigging trial offered his contact a "humongous deal" to keep the rate low, a court hears.
MEPs call for transparent and public handling of trade disputes with the US but soften their stance on controversial commercial courts.
There was a "significant pre-election jump" in the number of mortgage applications being approved, according to the High Street banks.
Avago Technologies, one of the world's biggest manufacturers of semiconductors, is buying its California-based rival Broadcom for $37bn.
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.
Scottish councils have made a record profit from parking charges and fines, figures from the RAC Foundation show.
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.
The Conservatives say they will freeze working-age benefits, including child benefit, for two years, but have still not spelt out what else will be targeted.
Prime Minister David Cameron has visited the Netherlands and France at the start of an intense round of shuttle diplomacy.
China outlines a plan to boost the capability of its navy amid tension over disputed areas of the South China Sea.
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