VIDEO: Indonesian workers' strike continues
Thousands of Indonesian workers are taking part in a four-day strike calling for the repeal of a new regulation they say limits pay raises.
VIDEO: India's start-ups and climate change
India's government is boosting its renewable energy programme to help the environment - the country's start-up businesses are also trying to tackle the challenge.
VIDEO: Black Friday's travels around the world
How far has the traditional start of the US Christmas shopping season - Black Friday - spread around the world?
AirAsia shares slide on poor earnings
Shares in Asia's biggest budget airline, AirAsia, fell as much as 7% on Friday after the firm posted a loss in the three months to September.
BHP rebuts UN 'toxic waste' claim
Australian mining giant BHP says mud spilled by the devastating collapse of a dam at a Brazilian mine is not toxic.
Online chatting at work gets the thumbs up from bosses
Do social media apps in the office spell the end for work emails?
Zambian businesses hit by power cuts
Power cuts are seriously affecting many of Zambia's businesses
Black Friday Blues and Benefits
It's a love-hate relationship
KPMG heads arrested in HMRC tax probe
Four partners at the Belfast office of KPMG are arrested in connection with suspected tax evasion.
Number of untaxed UK vehicles doubles
The number of vehicles without road tax - Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) - doubled to 560,000 after the paper tax disc was abolished in October 2014.
FTSE 100 bolstered by mining firms
Mining shares help to lift the London stock market after metals prices rise, with copper hitting a two-week high.
'Very significant' cuts still to come
"Very significant" government spending cuts will be imposed before the next general election, the Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank warns.
Osborne pins hopes on Universal Credit
Osborne's £12bn welfare cuts rely on delayed Universal Credit
South China Morning Post up for sale
The publisher of Hong Kong's South China Morning Post (SCMP) has confirmed that it is in talks to sell the popular English-language newspaper.
Barclays fined for poor client checks
Banking giant Barclays has been fined £72m for failing to conduct proper checks on very rich clients because it did not want to inconvenience them.
Warning on new energy efficiency scheme
A new flagship energy efficiency scheme will result in fewer homes being insulated and make it more difficult to tackle fuel poverty, says Citizens Advice.
Tesco settles US lawsuit over profits
Tesco will pay $12m (£8m) to settle legal action by US shareholders which claimed that accounting irregularities inflated the supermarket's share price.
Network Rail misses punctuality target
Network Rail reports a fall in half-year profits and admits that train punctuality is inadequate after failing to reach its 90% target.
The firms using Mexican prisoners
The businesses offering hope to Mexican prisoners
Commonwealth looms in Brexit campaign
Should the UK choose between the EU and the Commonwealth?
|Fri Nov 27, 2015 @07:45 - 09:30AM|
Energising Breakfast Networking with Well & Connected
|Fri Nov 27, 2015 @18:00 - |
Lewis-Manning's Light Up a Life
|Fri Nov 27, 2015 @19:45 - |
Phil Kay is coming to Bournemouth! - Coastal Comedy Night at Hotel Celebrity
|Fri Nov 27, 2015 @20:00 - |
Neil Diamond Tribute Night at The Cottonwood Boutique Hotel
|Fri Nov 27, 2015 @20:00 - |
1 BIG REUNION’ at The o2 Academy
|Tue Dec 01, 2015 @07:30 - 09:30AM|
Off the Record Seminar - Bank of England Deputy Agent – Inflation Report Briefings
|Tue Dec 01, 2015 @18:45 - |
Chilean Wine Tasting and Dinner for CESO Charity
|Wed Dec 02, 2015 @12:30 - 02:30PM|
AFC Business Christmas Lunch
|Wed Dec 02, 2015 @17:30 - 07:30PM|
International Trade Question Time Event.
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158 Richmond Park Rd
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