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Rwanda’s clothing spat with the US helps China

As the African nation continues to ban the import of used US clothes, China takes advantage.

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Furloughed workers: Odds of redundancy ‘very frightening’

The UK government is cutting its support for furloughed workers’ pay – so will more lay-offs follow?

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Start with clients ‘at the bottom of the fishtank’

Recruitment boss David Spencer-Percival says “start off at the bottom with your clients, then you can pick off the big game”.

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Palantir: The controversial data firm now worth £17bn

The rise of the US tech company has been shadowed by concerns about privacy and surveillance.

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Thousands have been waiting months for holiday refunds

“They’ve got your money and are not passing it on”. Thousands have been waiting for holiday refunds.

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Hydrogen-powered train makes UK maiden journey

The Hydroflex made a 25-mile round-trip in Warwickshire, reaching speeds of up to 50 mph.

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‘I monitor my staff with software that takes screenshots’

Many have struggled to get to grips with working from home, but would surveillance technology help?

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First-time buyers: ‘Mortgages are so inaccessible now’

As lenders ask for higher deposits, first-time buyers say how difficult it is to get a mortgage now.

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‘If you steal music, you aren’t a real music fan’

The music industry is trying to clamp down on the latest form of music piracy known as stream-ripping.

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High Street hopefuls: The people opening new shops

The entrepreneurs opening High Street businesses during Covid when others have closed or gone digital.