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Employers 'in dark ages' on pregnant women's rights, says equalities watchdog
Employers are "living in the dark ages" on pregnant women's rights with six in ten (59%) believing job applicants should have to disclose whether they are pregnant, new figures show.
£2bn of old paper £10 notes still in circulation as deadline nears
More than £2bn of old-style £10 notes are still in circulation with less than two weeks before the deadline when they can no longer be accepted in UK shops.
Iconic guitar company Gibson could be facing bankruptcy
Iconic guitar brand Gibson whose Les Paul and SG guitars have graced rock stages around the world could be facing bankruptcy, it has emerged.
Tesco UK chief Davies to take reins at online retailer N Brown
The UK boss of Tesco will this week become one of the youngest chairmen of a FTSE-350 company when he takes the reins at N Brown Group, the online retailer.
Lloyds killed plan for £300bn Standard Life insurance merger
Britain's biggest high street bank killed off secret plans for a life insurance merger administering roughly £300bn of client assets following a row over the new venture's ownership structure.
Funding Circle lines up Wall Street giant to lead £1.5bn float
Britain's biggest peer-to-peer lender is lining up one of Wall Street's top investment banks to spearhead a London flotation expected to value it at £1.5bn.
Taxman takes ailing Toys R Us to the brink with £15m VAT demand
Toys R Us UK faces crashing into administration at the end of the month unless it can find new investors prepared to shoulder a £15m tax bill.
Uber in UK safety drive as it battles to secure future
Uber has moved to bolster its image through a series of measures to "enhance" passenger safety in the UK.
City watchdog hands full report on RBS turnaround unit to MPs
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has handed MPs the full version of its report into the treatment of customers placed in RBS' controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG).
'Rising prices' hit January retail sales - ONS
Retail sales barely rose in January as consumers tightened their belts after Christmas - splashing out on gym wear at the expense of food.