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One of the world’s most feared activist investors is pushing the listed healthcare company Clinigen to explore options including a radical break-up.
Shoppers face permanent food shortages with the days of being able to get almost any item off the supermarket shelf over, a trade body chief…
A UK-based legal technology start-up which uses artificial intelligence to shorten labyrinthine contract-drafting processes has drawn backing from Microsoft’s venture arm.
Economic recovery from COVID-19 is not going to be as simple as lifting the restrictions that plunged most of the world into a deep, brief,…
Few, if any, businesses and their employees suffered on September 11th 2001 in the way Cantor Fitzgerald and its people did.
Amazon has said it will pay college tuition fees for more than 750,000 of its frontline staff in a drive to recruit and retain workers…
Coronavirus measures that forced scores of workers to self-isolate contributed to a bigger than expected slowdown in economic growth in July, according to official figures.
Tens of thousands of businesses across the UK have called on Parliament to tackle soaring card fees which amounted to £46 per household last year.
Major airlines have been accused of giving out inaccurate information about COVID testing requirements - with a watchdog warning this could result in passengers being…
American companies with more than 100 employees must ensure their staff are vaccinated against coronavirus or tested weekly, President Joe Biden has said.

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