Tattoos at work: Are they still an issue?

Employers have become more relaxed about visible tattoos at work, but some firms still don't allow them.
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India announces retaliatory trade tariffs against the US

The new duties come days before countries' leaders are expected to meet at a G20 summit in Japan.
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Illegal eel exporters exposed by Countryfile

International buyers offered high prices for eels caught on the River Severn in Gloucestershire.
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Soaring second home ownership hitting young people

More than one-in-10 people in the UK now own second homes, buy-to-let and overseas properties.
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Hong Kong extradition row: Will it damage its star status?

Hong Kong is one of the world's top financial hubs, but is this status now at risk?
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Metal traders banned from workday boozing

The London Metal Exchange's ban affects about 120 personnel of the nine different firms who work there.
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'Harmful' gender stereotypes in adverts banned

The UK advertising watchdog brings in new rule to stop adverts "contributing to inequality in society".
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Bank Holiday change will 'cost calendar maker £200,000'

Calendar maker says it will have to replace the May pages on 400,000 calendars it has already printed.
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'You can get your money when you need it'

Hundreds of thousands of staff could soon get their salary as they earn it instead of waiting for payday.
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Huawei delays launch of folding smartphone

The Chinese tech giant says it's being "cautious" about the device, which was supposed to launch this summer.
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RBS report branded 'whitewash' by MPs

The financial watchdog failed to properly investigate the business restructuring unit of RBS, MPs say.
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Philip Green: Topshop empire 'didn't come close to collapse'

Sir Philip Green thanks the landlords and suppliers who backed the restructuring deal that saved Arcadia.
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The super-tough drones and robots going where we can't

How do you build unmanned vehicles that can withstand extreme temperatures, pressures and terrains?
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When Pepsi was swapped for Soviet warships

For some countries bartering has long been a vital part of how they trade overseas.
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The man who helped feed the world

The crops developed by Norman Borlaug have saved millions of people from starvation.
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How to cope with email overload

It might be inefficient but we still use email, despite the emergence of rival systems.
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'My allergies drove me to create my beauty firm'

Skin Inc founder Sabrina Tan says "insanity with a purpose" drove her to launch beauty firm.
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Topshop: 'It's not really how I dress'

Topshop is an iconic brand, but with so much choice today, have we just fallen out of love with it?
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Stockpicking: What goes up may go down

Neil Woodford is not the only star investor to hit hard times, but many soon recover.
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Why is building so slow and expensive?

Forward-thinking builders are looking at the ways technology can help the construction industry.
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Goggles 'give back' sight to Maisy so she can read again

GiveVision goggles use magnifiers and augmented reality to improve the vision of the wearer
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The Japanese estate agent selling 'haunted' houses

Akira has been selling 'haunted' houses for five years and has dealt with around 500 homes.
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I was told to be 'less young and girly' to progress

Amy Golding talks about the challenges of being a young business leader for the CEO Secrets series.
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Sephora to give staff diversity training.

Beauty chain Sephora are closing stores across the US in order to give staff diversity training.
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