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Eddie Stobart saved from collapse after crunch vote

Shareholders approve a lifeline for the company famed for its distinctive green and red lorries.

US jobs growth jumps in November

The economy added a higher-than-expected 266,000 jobs, helped by the return of striking GM workers.

Lloyd's of London staff told to behave at Christmas parties

The centuries-old specialist insurance market has faced a raft of complaints about bullying and sexism.

West Coast Rail: Preston-to-Scotland rail fares to be capped

The UK's competition watchdog agrees to cap rail fares on certain routes between Scotland and Preston.

Macron pension reform: Strike continues for second day

Transport and services are affected again after 800,000 people joined national protests on Thursday.

Uber had 6,000 US sexual assault reports in two years

The figures come as the ride-hailing company is under intense pressure globally over safety issues.

Saudi Aramco raises $25.6bn in world's biggest share sale

The oil giant's listing is the biggest to date, surpassing that of China's Alibaba in 2014.

Garuda airline boss to lose job over smuggled motorbike

The boss of Indonesia's national airline is accused of not declaring the importation of a Harley Davidson.

Thomas Cook customers face refund delays

One in three of the first Thomas Cook customers to claim refunds will not be paid within the 60-day target.

DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman switches to Google

The man behind controversial Streams app is to join Google to develop AI solutions.

Plum: Users of money app complain of long delays for withdrawals

Users say they have had to wait days to get their money out and have struggled to get information.

Macron pension reform: Why are French workers on strike?

Hospital staff, police and transport employees join France's biggest strike in decades - but what for?

Cambodia's bicycle firms face bumps in the road

The Asian nation has built up a bike building industry, but human rights concerns could put the brakes on growth.

Coral dredging: 'It's going to cause irreversible damage'

Cayman Islands campaigners are fighting to stop coral reefs being dredged for bigger cruise liners.

Why is the world's financial plumbing under pressure?

The Swift system has securely transferred data for decades, but faces growing geopolitical pressure.

How China-US rivalry is dividing the internet

Will the rivalry between China and the US accelerate the division of the internet into two halves?

'We try to make good food emotionally addictive'

John Vincent, co-founder of healthy fast food chain Leon, explains the ethos behind the company.

'I match clothes with my pug'

We look at the trend for matching the clothes you wear with your children, dog, cat or even horse.

How to make phone batteries that last longer

A breakthrough in battery technology would be an engineering triumph and spur to other technologies.

Can old fridges be recycled to make new ones?

What happens to your old fridge when it's time to replace it, the BBC's Dougal Shaw reports.

Loan sharks cash in on Black Friday spending spree

Illegal money lenders are targeting people around Black Friday, campaigners warn.

Saudi Aramco's eight decades of history

Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco traces its history back to the 1930s.

How the egg box became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the egg box became a million dollar idea.

Lotus Evija: The £2.2m electric hypercar

The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect.

Raiding factories, freeing children

Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi has been freeing children from slavery for more than 30 years.

Missguided boss on Black Friday: 'If we don't play, we die'

The boss of fashion retailer Missguided discusses the importance of Black Friday.

How sticking plasters became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how sticking plasters became a million dollar idea.

CEO Secrets: 'My success is all down to maths'

Timothy Armoo of Fanbytes explains how his success is grounded in a love of maths.

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