Claims by the ex-Post Office chairman that he was asked to delay compensation to help the government are denied.
The electrical goods retailer says the proposal "significantly undervalued" the business.
The ex-president promoted gold-coloured shoes priced at $399 at a sneaker convention in Philadelphia.
"I now have no career, no money, no pension, no nothing... they took that all away," Tony Downey tells the BBC.
Unions say they are "prepared to fight" in response to job losses at Tata Steel sites.
Cornwall Insight forecasts a 15% drop, taking the typical annual bill to £1,635 - the lowest in two years.
Paul Thwaite is the bank's new boss replacing Alison Rose who resigned after a row over Nigel Farage's account.
Retail figures reveal a 3.4% sharp rise at the beginning of 2024 following December's record fall.
There's huge demand for low and no-alcohol beer and breweries are competing for the best flavour.
Western alcoholic drinks are trying to take on baijiu, which dominates the country's spirits market.
Why the war between the big games console makers may be coming to an end.
A mass legal action alleges Facebook abused its dominance to monetise 45 million UK users' personal data.
Jeremy Hunt is looking at cutting billions in public spending to fund tax cuts in his Spring Budget.
The company managed to recover losses of £500m it made during the height of the energy crisis.
A recession means the UK economy has shrunk for two three-month periods in a row.
The economy shrank by 0.3% between October and December, in a sharper fall than expected.
It comes after a judge in Delaware annulled his $55.8bn pay package from electric carmaker Tesla.
The figures also indicate that Japan has also lost its position as the world's third-largest economy.
As AI uses more electricity, new data centres could have their own nuclear power stations.
A charity warns that creating or viewing such images is still illegal, even if the children are not real.
Campaigners at the Tech Transparency Project in the US found paid-for features for organisations.
Peter Marks, who runs the UK's biggest club chain, says students are going out later and spending less.
A basic guide to how the health of the economy is measured, and why that calculation matters.
The tech giant is deploying AI to help identify large sources of methane leaks in satellite data.
Tenants paid 6.2% more in rent in January than they did a year earlier, official figures show.
The Meta boss says his firm's headset is 'the best product, period' after trying Apple's rival.
Inflation has fallen sharply over recent months, but remained unchanged in January, official figures show.
Bali is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, attracting millions each year.
Violence against retail staff spiked to 1,300 incidents a day, says the British Retail Consortium.
The multi-billionaire moved to Miami last year, where there is no tax on share sales above $250,000.
Hovhannes Avoyan, founder of picture and video editing app Picsart, shares his advice for our CEO Secrets series.
Prices rose by 3.1% in the year to January as higher housing and food costs offset a fall in petrol prices.
The retailer's shops will remain open as usual while the administrators try to save the UK firm.
The UK's second biggest tea brand says it expects to be able to continue to meet normal demand.
Yodel has been saved from falling into administration in a last-minute rescue deal by a consortium.
As the UK business is expected to go into administration, we look at what went wrong.
Pay, excluding bonuses, grew by 6.2% in the last three months of 2023 compared with the year before.
The firm's shares have soared since its earnings announcement last week and are now up more than 98%.
The firm behind Squishmallows has kicked off a courtroom copyright fight.
Music festivals need a lot of electricity, but plugging into greener sources is not easy or cheap.
Paytm - India's famous payments app - is facing a regulatory crackdown that's impacting millions.
The action, affecting firms such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats, is in dispute over pay and working conditions.
The firm said its engineers were working hard to fix the issues affecting its network.
The UK government says Wylfa is one of many "potential sites" that could host nuclear projects.
Manufacturing, services and retail reported an increase in business activity in January.
The latest phase of the anti-corruption drive targets the finance sector and elite nuclear rocket force.
A u-turn means Teju Adedayo and four others can now claim full Horizon scandal compensation.
Breaches of environmental rules should cost bosses their bonuses, the environment secretary says.
The firm has edited its advert that was criticised for making light of food allergies.
Labour's Pat McFadden admits MPs' concerns about the Horizon scandal were raised when he was a minister.