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Essential investment in the UK's energy system is still being deterred by policy uncertainty, a survey of energy professionals suggests.
Rolls-Royce chief executive Warren East says that the firm could put investment decisions on hold in the wake of a Brexit.
Engineering giant Rolls Royce writes to employees saying it wants the UK to stay in the European Union.
US authorities charge Chinese national Xu Jiaqiang, a former IBM employee, with espionage for allegedly stealing source code.
Investors watch stocks closely in Japan on Wednesday as the country's central bank commences its two day meeting later.
Leaving the European Union would probably lead to higher prices in shops, the chairman of John Lewis says.
Money in best buy savings accounts has fared better than the stock market over most investment periods since 1995, a new study concludes.
A type of smart rubber could change the way we control and charge modern devices, scientists believe.
The world's biggest stock index provider, MSCI, has again delayed the inclusion of China's mainland domestic shares in its emerging markets index.
Sir Philip Green is due to appear before MPs about the sale and collapse of retailer BHS, which he sold last year for £1.
More than two dozen companies sign a pledge to address gender inequality in the workplace by regularly reviewing their own policies.
Argentina is to release its first set of official inflation figures under a revised system of measurement after a new government took over last year.
The Basque region is investing heavily in education with high numbers of graduates and support for research.
With hundreds of Syrian refugees stuck on the border between Greece and Macedonia, small businesses have sprung up as Syrians cater to their fellow exiles.
Norway is often used as the perfect example of how a country can be successful in Europe without being part of the European Union, but many of its citizens disagree.
How has Sir Philip Green, once dubbed the 'King of the High Street', ended up being hauled in front of MPs to be questioned on his stewardship of BHS.
The former BHS owner is giving evidence to a select committee about his sale of the retailer and its subsequent collapse.
Three young business owners share their thoughts and concerns about a possible British exit from the European Union.
The FTSE 100 index drops below the 6,000 level and the pound falls as investors remain nervous ahead of the UK's referendum on EU membership.