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Amazon, Apple and Facebook are among the firms backing the legal case against the temporary visa ban.
The company's share price has soared, helping to boost the personal wealth of its chief executive.
Julie Morris explains what it is like to be job hunting in your late fifties during coronavirus.
The government's furlough scheme has stopped unemployment surging, but that may be changing.
Sales grew again in July, but some retailers are 'hanging by a thread', the industry body says.
The Treasury has set aside £500m to cover the cost of the scheme for restaurants, bars and cafes.
The fast food giant is suing Steve Easterbrook, claiming he lied about four relationships with staff.
People are turning to artificial office noise to help them while working from home during lockdown.
Toshiba has sold its remaining shares in its former personal computing division.
The prominent pro-democracy supporter is accused of foreign collusion under controversial new laws.
The messaging platform has approached under-fire TikTok about a possible deal, according to sources.
Why has the number of self-employed people started to fall?
When Tata Harper was setting up her US cosmetics brand, she was told it would never work.
Research suggests a third of UK organisations plan job cuts, a 50% increase on three months ago.
The sandwich chain has asked staff to work 20% fewer contracted hours due to the pandemic.
French President Emmanuel Macron has organised Sunday's online talks to generate aid for Lebanon.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the fishing industry to diversify to stay in business.
A campaign to support businesses run by black people has had an "extraordinary effect" on sales.
"Sadly at the moment the trading business is too big," Maria Balshaw told Desert Island Discs.
A Freedom of Information request shows a rapid rise in firms in June saying they were cutting staff.