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Coronavirus: 'Self-isolating will cost me £600'
Alex is back from a trip to Tenerife and is trying to help cut the risk of spreading coronavirus.

One in five of UK's top FTSE 350 firms warned over gender diversity
A review into gender balance at senior levels of FTSE firms singles out 63 companies for criticism.

Coronavirus fears wipe £200bn off UK firms' value
London's FTSE 100 share index suffers one of its biggest falls since 2008 as the virus spreads.

Coronavirus: Global shares suffer worst week since financial crisis
US shares slide as fears over the impact of the coronavirus continue to grip investors.

Why should I care if share prices fall?
Changes in the FTSE 100 and other indexes are not just for City types, they can affect our lives.

Former Barclays executives cleared of fraud charges
Roger Jenkins, Tom Kalaris and Richard Boath are found not guilty on all charges in under six hours.

IAG and EasyJet warn of coronavirus bookings hit
British Airways owner IAG says it has seen a "significant fall-off in demand" for flights to Italy.

Leasehold property buyers 'misled by developers'
Many homeowners find themselves in "serious traps" after being mis-sold properties, a watchdog says.

Parents in Japan and Hong Kong struggle as schools shut
Hong Kong and Japan have shut schools as the coronavirus spread worsens leaving parents stuck at home.

Coronavirus: Sick pay rules apply, says JD Wetherspoon pub chain
Under statutory sick pay rules, an employee is not paid for the first three days of absence.

Coronavirus: Dettol sales surge as markets fall again
The owner of the disinfectant brand says sales have risen, with demand outstripping supply in China.

Coronavirus prompts buyers to look closer to home
Manufacturers have seen a spike in inquiries as the coronavirus disrupts supply lines from China.

London firms sending staff home amid coronavirus fears
Three companies have now asked employees to work from home as a "precautionary measure".

Coronavirus: Will I get paid if I self-isolate?
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says Britons returning from locked-down Italian towns must self-isolate.

Coronavirus: Your rights as a traveller
The coronavirus has already become a nightmare for travellers and the tourism industry alike.

New roads face Heathrow-style court action threat
Environmentalists could try to block new road plans if they fail to take climate targets into account.

Downfall: BP refinery worker sacked over Hitler parody wins job back
It is unreasonable to suggest he was comparing BP managers to Nazis, an Australian ruling finds.

At-risk gamblers 'need better protection'
The government is being urged to do more to tackle problem gambling by beefing up oversight of the industry.

New 'east-west divide' splitting north start-up economy
New research shows more start-up business are thriving on the west of the Pennines.

Climate campaigners win Heathrow expansion case
Campaigners say plans for a third runway should be cancelled, but the airport says it will appeal.

William Hill gambling site Mr Green to pay £3m penalty
Mr Green failed to freeze the account of a customer who won £50,000 and gambled it away.

Drax power station to cease burning coal in March 2021
The power company says the closure of its coal units will cost 230 jobs at the North Yorkshire site.

Ely Junction railway upgrade cost rises more than 20 times
The work was originally due to cost £25m, but the BBC understands it has risen to £500m.

The inside story of the Barclays trial
Three former Barclays executives were charged with fraud over fundraising activity in 2008.

The boss who put everyone on 70K
A tech boss introduced a $70,000 minimum salary for all his staff - by cutting his own wages. Five years, on he has no regrets.

'After the coral ban, I lost everything'
Thousands of Indonesian coral farms had to close after an export ban, but a policy U-turn offers hope.

How a serious accident led to business success
After a terrible skiing crash, Susanne Najafi embarked on her path as a serial entrepreneur.

How did companies sell 'unmentionable' sanitary towels?
How do you build a market for a product society considers unmentionable?

Would you eat a 'steak' printed by robots?
3D printing is meeting some of the ambitions touted when the technology emerged 20 years ago.

Fume events: The toxic gases that may be harming aircrew and passengers
Toxic fumes overcame a pilot landing at Heathrow in January. There's evidence that such events are not rare.

The boss putting an end to empty homes
Katharine Hibbert is the founder of UK property guardianship company Dot Dot Dot.

Can computer translators ever beat speaking a foreign tongue?
Developers say you can now converse effortlessly using translation tech, but others are not so sure.

'My job went abroad because of globalisation'
New trade deals have re-opened the debate on how to rescue people's careers if their jobs go abroad.

My Money: 'My husband and I have 90 minutes alone together each week'
As part of a new BBC blog series, Maura Hannon from Switzerland shares what she spent her money on this week.

Brexit complicates EU budget plans
Leaders are meeting this week to discuss budget plans in challenging discussions.

Making chopsticks into house furnishings
ChopValue collects 350,000 used bamboo chopsticks from Vancouver restaurants every week.

Housing: The Yimbys who want to shake up suburbia
BBC News meets a pressure group called London Yimby which thinks it has a solution to the housing crisis.

Rising number of middle-aged people still renting homes
Statistics show a big rise in the number of middle-aged people renting their homes, rather than owning them.

How lake gases are powering homes in Rwanda
Methane is being extracted from Lake Kivu in Rwanda to generate electricity.

US continues fight to stop UK using Huawei kit
American's top cyber-security official says China's Huawei should not play a role in 5G networks.

Huawei: Our customers say we're years ahead of rivals
Huawei's Paul Scanlan says the company is years ahead of its competitors Nokia and Ericsson.

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