New kids on the block

From goal-line tech to Video Assistant Referees, football is always on the look-out for new ideas. Source link

People much less likely to move home than in 1970s

Census data reveals that people are much less likely to move home than in previous generations. Source link

Argentina in big rate rise as peso slumps

The central bank raises interest rates for the second time in a week as the peso continues to fall sharply. Source link

Car industry on alert over reports some hybrids face a ban

The SMMT trade body hits out over reports the government will target hybrids in an emissions drive. Source link

Are tumble dryers still a fire risk?

After five million tumble dryers made by Whirlpool were identified as a fire risk, the company started fixing them. But some users claim...

Sand into soil

A Norwegian innovation could save millions of farms by transforming sand into fertile soil. Source link

The truth about Tulip Mania

The 17th Century Tulip Mania price bubble is used as a warning for modern investors - but was it really so bad? Source link...

Why is Spanish Iberico cured ham so expensive?

A single leg costs hundreds of pounds and increasing demand is pushing prices up. Source link

East Coast train line to be put into public control

Rail services on East Coast Main Line to be brought back under UK government control. Source link

US economy adds 164,000 jobs in April

The US unemployment rate fell to 3.9% in April, the lowest rate since 2000. Source link

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M&S boss says firm too 'inward looking' and 'corporate'

The chief executive of Marks and Spencer says the company's culture has been too "inward looking" and "corporate". Source link

Uber gives drivers sick pay and parental leave

Taxi app Uber is giving European drivers access to medical cover, sick pay and parental leave. Source link