BBC News - Business 24 January 2018

Presidents Club: Scandal-hit charity dinner organiser quits post

Charities are refusing donations after reports that women working at the men-only event were harassed.

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Truffle tree pension scam cost victims tens of thousands

On average, 245 people lost £55,000 each, after being persuaded to invest in scam pension schemes.

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EU fines chipmaker Qualcomm £870m for Apple payments

The world's biggest mobile phone chipmaker was found to have 'illegally shut out rivals".

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UK unemployment falls to 1.44 million

A sharp rise in job creation has kept the unemployment rate at a four-decade low, official figures show.

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Carillion: Kier Group boss foresees new bid process

Kier Group's boss says other firms would be "daft" to pick up Carillion's projects on current terms.

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Labour MP: 'Lads' culture has no place in our country'

MP Jess Philips addressed sexual harassment claims brought by an undercover reporter at a charity event.

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How a village in Essex makes a world-famous breakfast staple

Wilkin and Sons has been producing world-famous jams for more than 100 years.

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Ducking the test

The OECD's new school test in respecting other cultures is being ducked by some leading countries.

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'More to come' on US trade tariffs

Donald Trump wants to deal with what he calls unfair foreign competition, says the Treasury secretary.

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