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The women still working into their 70s

The percentage of ladies working beyond 70 doubles in 4 years, narrowing the gap with older men.

AkzoNobel wins Dutch political support against possible bid

A that you can think of bid for the maker of Dulux paint faces growing opposition within the firm’s Dutch native land.

Lord King: Scotland 'could be independent'

Former Financial Institution of England governor suggests in BBC interview that fears around foreign money are unfounded.

Low UK interest rates 'hurt productivity but saved jobs'

Financial Institution of England economist Andy Haldane says ultra-low rates of interest damage productivity however saved jobs.

Bill Gates tops Forbes' rich list but Trump's wealth slips

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates once more tops Forbes’ annual billionaire rich listing, while Donald Trump’s fortune slips.

Google apologises after ads appear next to extremist content

A row over ads appearing next to extremist content leads several firms to halt advertising on Google.

Rail industry promises 6,400 extra trains

The Rail Supply Group says the uk community will see an Eleven% upward push in weekly products and services by way of 2021.

G20 finance ministers drop anti-protectionist pledge

Finance ministers drop a commitment to free exchange on account of opposition from the Trump administration.

Brazil meat-packing giants 'exported rotten beef'

The authorities close three processing plants and droop 33 officials over the allegations.

What a £1 coin could have made since 1983

Investment returns for the reason that £1 coin was once launched unearths the reward for chance, an asset supervisor argues.