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A growing number of tech firms are helping farmers better look after their animals and crops.
With hospitality closed during lockdown, charities and apps are stepping in to help cut food waste.
Top financial regulator to push listed companies to strengthen boards with more independent directors
The pensions and savings giant is committing a 'substantial' portion of the money it collects from auto-enrolment pension funds to investments which tackle...
A report by MPs found the number of people claiming jobless benefits was much higher near the top 20 UK airports.
The Treasury Committee says "now is not the time" for rises, but they may be needed in the future.
The professional body for HR said apprenticeship starts have fallen and far fewer have gone to young people.
Asset manager tells 30 biggest carbon dioxide emitters in its portfolio to set net zero goals Aviva has become the first leading insurer worldwide to set a target to...
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Writing ahead of the Budget, the MPs say the tax should be cut now and reformed in the long term.
Democracy, an unassuming policy journal with an office near the White House, is a place where members of the new administration have floated ideas that may now become policy.
There are three stages to the economic response to Covid-19: emergency support, getting back to work and payback time. A year on, we are still stuck in Stage One.
Where’s “Succession”? “Atlanta”? After the number of scripted shows fell for the first time in a decade, Hollywood hopes to satisfy a restless audience with less costly fare.
The firm has written to FTSE 350 companies warning it will vote against lavish pay packages if they have used coronavirus support schemes, such as furlough, and have not repaid the...
The Federation of Master Builders and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors are calling for a temporary cut from 20 per cent to 5 per cent.
A commercial from the parent products company Frida, to be broadcast during the Golden Globes, is part of a wider effort to show the struggles of the “fourth trimester.”
Raise your toning game and boost your strength with these at-home barbell sets
The London-based private equity firm which owns NSO Group, a controversial spyware provider, has been hit by an internal bust-up between its partners that has cast doubt ...
“We want to avoid even the perception of independence or interference of politics,” the governor’s office said.
Placement of DJI on trade blacklist has opened new opportunities for US manufacturers
The first law of plumbing is that poop rolls downhill. That law also applies to how costs are allocated on electric grids. And that law is about to be proven again in...
Get online-ready with a face-flattering ring light for everything from Zoom parties to Insta selfies
It took the San Diego Padres all of one spring training game to get their fans in a tizzy.
Chief Richard Currie, the new and youngest Chief ever of the Sovereign State of Accompong Maroons of Cockpit Country Jamaica,...