Facebook to create 1,000 jobs in London

The new posts will take the tech giant's total number of employees in Britain to more than 4,000. Read more »

New China virus: Drug makers soar on contagion fears

As the virus spreads, shares in face mask manufacturers also rose by the maximum 10% permitted. Read more »

‘I lost £90,000 in the House of Fraser sale’

The retailer went through a controversial insolvency process increasingly used to rescue firms. Read more »

Workplace bullying: ‘Fear is the biggest factor’

A quarter of employees think their firm turns a blind eye to workplace harassment, says a report. Read more »

Meng Wanzhou case: Huawei executive’s extradition hearings begin

Meng Wanzhou is fighting an extradition request from the US following her arrest in Canada in 2018. Read more »

‘I turned down 50,000 francs to rent my shop during Davos’

Shop owner Catherine Kull Bineschedler says the annual corporate "invasion" is tough for locals. Read more »

US drops assault charges against Sir Philip Green

The UK retail tycoon had denied four counts of misdemeanour assault against a fitness instructor. Read more »

Vietnamese firm Viettel’s 5G claim raises eyebrows outside

The military-controlled firm's claim to have joined the 5G network equipment-making elite is questioned. Read more »

‘Going to Davos is probably reputational suicide’

A founder of the Occupy Wall Street movement says Davos is a chance for activists and elites to forge links. Read more »

Department store Beales collapses into administration

The collapse of the company, founded in 1881, puts more than 1,000 jobs at risk Read more »