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Workers at the UK’s biggest container port will go on strike for more than a week later this month in a dispute over pay. More than 1,900 members of Unite union at Felixstowe will strike for eight days from Sunday 21

British taxpayers are now shareholders in a further 65 companies because of a government rescue funding scheme set up during the Covid crisis – including a medical cannabis firm, a video game studio and a chain of bars offering activities

Twitter has rejected Elon Musk’s claims in court that he had legitimate reasons to back out of a $44bn deal to purchase the social media platform, marking the latest development in a dramatic legal showdown. In a filing made public on

The number of people using WeWork’s offices is back to where it was before the pandemic, but the provider of shared offices remains heavily in the red. The American group’s occupancy rate — the percentage of its desks that are rented

Entrepreneur Feisal Nahaboo is set to swap boardroom deals for dealing justice on the big screen after teaming up with a leading British production company. Award-winning Shogun Films, named UK’s ‘Independent Film Production Company of the Year’, has agreed terms with