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The outage has raised concerns that Bing is the latest foreign website to be blocked by censors.
As the world's airlines need to recruit more pilots, efforts are increasing to appoint more women.
An evening meal in pitch darkness is the surprising hot ticket at this year's World Economic Forum.
The state of the High Street continued to worsen at the end of 2018, according to industry experts.
The Champions League holders are global football's top revenue-generator, according to Deloitte.
There's still no certainty over an agreement for the UK's departure from the EU.
EasyJet's newest female pilot says the industry is "working hard" to attract more women to the role.
The Tesco finance chief cleared of fraud claims there was never a black hole in the company's accounts.
The boss of the world's largest logistics firm says it might benefit from a 'complex' Brexit.
The Duke of Cambridge tells business leaders that stars didn't want to be associated with mental illness.
The CEO of Deutsche Post DHL tells the BBC a no-deal Brexit is not a good idea in the long term, even if his company benefits in the short term.
Tiantian Kuaibao was singled out for criticism by the country's internet regulator.
The Qataris received £322m in undisclosed commission after bailing the bank out in 2008, a court hears.
The failed cafe chain says 920 jobs will be lost due to the closure of 71 outlets.
It is the chain's first store closure for 12 years, but it insists no other closures are planned.
Theresa May tells MPs the firm is committed to Britain, despite moving its HQ to Singapore.
The retailer promised to remove palm oil from all of its own products by the end of 2018.
About 1,270 jobs are put at risk after Santander announces a big round of branch closures.
Facebook has promised the consumer rights champion measures to tackle fake ads on its platform.
JD Wetherspoon says its first-half pre-tax profits are likely to be lower despite sales growth.

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