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CBI sweats on crunch vote that will determine if it has a future
The CBI director general Rain Newton-Smith will appeal for members to approve reforms ahead of a finely balanced vote that could decide the future of the scandalised business lobby group.
Binance is sued by another US regulator, sparking plunge in cryptocurrency values and shares
US regulators have filed a lawsuit against cryptocurrency exchange Binance, alleging a string of violations including the misuse of investor funds.
CBI pension trustees weigh options with lobby group's fate in balance
Trustees of the CBI's pension scheme are exploring ways to protect their members' interests as the fate of Britain's biggest business lobby group hangs in the balance.
Apple Vision Pro: Mixed-reality 'ski goggles' headset unveiled - but it will set you back £2,800
Apple has unveiled a mixed-reality headset called Vision Pro - its first entirely new product in eight years.
'Ticking time bomb' over 'widespread' meter tampering during cost of living crisis
Nearly half of electricians and gas engineers have been asked to tamper with meters in the last year, as people struggle with the cost of their energy bills, new research suggests.
BA, BBC and Boots hit by cyber security breach with contact and bank details exposed
The BBC, British Airways and Boots have been caught up in a cyber incident that has exposed employee personal data, including bank and contact details, to hackers.
Craig Cohon: Businessman walks over 2,600 miles from London to Istanbul to promote carbon capture
A businessman-turned-activist has walked more than 2,600 miles through 14 countries as part of his climate campaign to promote carbon capture.
Youth vaping 'fast becoming epidemic', children's doctors warn as they call for ban on disposable vapes
Paediatricians have warned youth vaping is "fast becoming an epidemic among children" as they called for the government to ban disposable vapes.
Mortgages more expensive and 200 fewer on the market in just three days
The number of mortgage products on the market has reached a three-month low. Expected higher interest rates have led to market instability and caused lenders to pull products from the market.
Spaceport Cornwall chief Quinn blasts off for Slingshot job
The outgoing boss of Britain's first spaceport is to join an American start-up amid an intensifying global battle for industry expertise.