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Former president of Italy's National Olympic Committee says the Azzurri's absence at next summer's event would be keenly felt in many parts of the Italian society.
Poll suggests Modi is more popular than ever, with seven out of 10 Indians saying they hold a "very favourable" view of the prime minister.
Barclays predicts adoption of new technologies like AI would lead to the creation of 101,000 jobs in the manufacturing sector over the next decade.
German industrial conglomerate says it's moving focus away from fossil fuels division.
UK retail sales fall 0.3% year-on-year in October, recording the first decline since 2013 as weakness lingers on.
BoE Governor insists Brexit has turned Britain's economy from one of the best into one of the worst in the G7.
Low rise in labour productivity suggests the Italian economy's catch-up is likely to take a long time.
Scottish government had put proposals forward five years but has faced a lengthy legal challenge ever since.
Think tank says annual cost of raising public sector pay in line with consumer price inflation would be £3.3bn by 2019/20.
Concerns labour market might be cooling down after number of people in work records biggest drop since June 2015.
Central Arbitration Committee rules Deliveroo riders are self-employed contractors, who can't be given workers' rights.
Old £10 paper banknote featuring Charles Darwin will be officially withdrawn from circulation on 1 March next year.
Inflation holds steady at a five-year high of 3% in October, but food prices grow a fastest pace since 2014.
The average British worker is in line to receive a 0.2% real salary increase next year, equating to a pay rise of around £4.40 per month before tax.
New survey finds hordes of workers looking for new jobs as Christmas approaches.
Some 37% of properties on the Rightmove website had reduced prices compared to when they were first listed.
Data published from the BRC shows footfall declined 2% year-on-year in October, the biggest drop since June 2016.
Business group says firms could add over £100bn to the UK economy if they adopted readily available technology.