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Predatory comments prompt YouTube ad suspension
Mars, Lidl and Adidas are among companies to act after inappropriate content found next to their ads.
Sports Direct under fire over £11m 'owed to Mike Ashley's brother'
Investors criticise retailer's decision to seek approval for a payout to Mike Ashley's brother.
Black Friday sales bonanza set to hit a record
The number of payment card sales is already up on last year, but some retailers have shunned the event.
Court raps SFO for use of 'inexpert' expert witness
A court criticises the Serious Fraud Office for using an expert witness who "lacked expertise".
Uber takes driver battle to Supreme Court
The ride-hailing app wants the UK's top court to decide its appeal on drivers' employment status.
The firm where new mums - and dads - get fully funded parental leave
Aviva, the UK's biggest insurer, says its new policy is one of the most family friendly in the UK.
Black Friday versus No-buy day - social media reacts
Whether you love it or hate it, #BlackFriday has arrived, but #BuyNothingDay has come to join in too.
Budget 2017: Tax move will penalise savers, says insurer
Royal London Insurance says millions of savers could lose out due to the chancellor's tax change.