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Water bills will come down after 1 April 2020 after Ofwat laid out new pricing rules for the industry. Details...What does business want from Boris?
Many firms will welcome an end to the Brexit stalemate but firms want action elsewhere too. Details...Christmas lights from online sellers 'can be fire risk'
Which? says six out of 13 sets of Christmas lights it bought from online marketplaces were unsafe. Details...Hallmark apologises for pulling same-sex ads
The company withdrew the adverts under pressure from conservatives, then reversed its decision. Details...British Steel takeover 'making progress'
China's Jingye denies a newspaper report suggesting its bid to rescue the firm could collapse. Details...COP25: Longest climate talks end with compromise deal
Exhausted delegates reach agreement on the key question of ambition with tricky issues postponed. Details...Check your train time - new timetables to begin
New rail timetables come in on Sunday, with more and speedier services promised on some routes. Details...Jailed Post Office worker: I wanted to kill myself
The BBC speaks to people who were sent to prison after being accused of theft by the Post Office. Details...Mesut Ozil: Arsenal-Manchester City game removed from schedules by China state TV
China's state broadcaster CCTV has removed Sunday's Arsenal-Manchester City game from its schedule after comments made by Gunners midfielder Mesut Ozil, state media has reported. Details...Faulty valve leaves thousands without water in Bedfordshire
Residents in Bedfordshire have been queuing for bottled water after supplies were cut off on Friday. Details...General election 2019: What the Conservatives' win means for your money
Promises have been made and plans put in place that will have an effect on your finances after the election. Details...Businesses urge Johnson to secure trade deals
Bosses have called on the prime minister to secure the future terms of trade with the EU. Details...How a university dropout built a toy empire
Nick Mowbray went from sleeping on the factory floor to leading a multi-million dollar toy firm. Details...My Money: 'My mate spent £6 on four Hula Hoops packs'
As part of a new BBC blog series, Harriet Brown shares what she spent her money on this week. Details...How much do we really know about why we give to charity?
Charity fundraising has become big business – but what’s the best way to encourage donations? Details...The secrets of 'food porn' viral videos
Is the fashion for filming calorie-saturated food videos encouraging unhealthy eating? Details...'I slept in a cupboard for three months'
Entrepreneur Mathias Mikkelsen was so desperate to get into a 'hacker house' he slept in a closet. Details...Thomas Cook: 'They told me the money was safe'
Many angry Thomas Cook customers are still awaiting refunds for the holidays that never happened. Details...HMV faces the music in Christmas crunch test
Canadian Doug Putman rescued the UK music chain, but will the festive season make or break it? Details...General election 2019: What to look out for on the economy
BBC Business Editor Faisal Islam looks at the economic issues at stake in the election. Details...How to have a more sustainable Christmas
From renting your tree, to sponsoring a turkey, a growing number of people are having a greener Christmas. Details...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? Details...Bug busters: The tech behind new vaccines
A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections. Details...Last days of Long Clawson village butcher's shop
It has been run by three generations of the same family and originally delivered meat by horse and cart. Details...How the snow globe became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the snow globe became a million dollar idea. Details...A 'game changer' for cardboard box waste?
A factory in France is trialling a more efficient way of packaging orders, Emma Simpson reports. Details...'Bring your true personality to your work'
Health food boss James McMaster says he wants staff to bring their true personalities to their job. Details...LinkedIn loneliness video by Canterbury man goes viral
Mark Gaisford made a video about having no close friends and it went viral on social media. Details...Billionaire John Caudwell goes head-to-head with Labour's John McDonnell
John Caudwell goes head-to-head with the shadow chancellor after he stated that nobody needs or deserves to be a billionaire. Details...Saudi Aramco's eight decades of history
Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco traces its history back to the 1930s. Details...
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