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The manufacturers of KitKat bars announced in June it would no longer be linked to Fairtrade.
A court says the bread used in the firm's hot sandwiches must be taxed because of its sugar content.
Millions of people were affected by breach, which firm previously said did not involve bank details.
Industry group the CBI urges tougher targets to improve racial and ethnic diversity at big companies.
The move by the world's second largest fashion retailer comes as more people shop online.
Wrexham, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Conwy face lockdown restrictions from 18:00 on Thursday.
After weeks of speculation, the plane engine maker will tap investors for money and issue new bonds.
Malaysia's FGV Holdings says it has taken "concrete steps" to improve its labour standards.
Stock exchanges in Tokyo and other cities suffered suspended trading on Thursday.
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Recruitment boss Richard Spencer-Percival says "start off at the bottom with your clients, then you can pick off the big game".
A 19-year-old woman begins a campaign to ban unpaid work trials after working a shift for no pay.
The rise of the US tech company has been shadowed by concerns about privacy and surveillance.
Firms face higher furlough costs from Thursday, as Labour warns millions of jobs hang in the balance.
The Pixel 5 loses several headline features of last year's flagship phone to hit a lower price tag.
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Rupert Stadler is the first first top executive to stand trial over the 2015 emissions-cheating scandal.
The government's decision to encourage people to work from home will hit its city-centre pubs.
Online grocery delivery firm's stock market valuation beats Tesco's as the Covid crisis continues.
The Bank of England's Andy Haldane says now is not the time for pessimism about the UK's recovery.
Customers names, addresses, emails and the last four digits of credit cards were among data stolen.