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Newsroom articles are published by leading news agencies. Hargreaves Lansdown is not responsible for an article's content and its accuracy. We may not share the views of the author.

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What is the dispute on UK railways and could strikes be biggest in modern history?

As the biggest rail union, the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT), ballots its members over a strike that could bring the railways to a standstill, we explain what the dispute is all about - and whether the government can stop it.

24 May 2022 4m read

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Snap expects to miss revenue target, slow down hiring

Snap Inc expects to miss its quarterly revenue targets, the company said in a filing on Monday, and will slow hiring for this year, Chief Executive Evan Spiegel told employees.

24 May 2022 1m read

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Biden says a recession isn't a given — but the rest of the recovery is going to be a 'haul'

Biden doesn't think a US recession is inevitable, but he still sees bumps on the path to recovery.

24 May 2022 3m read

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Second home owners save £150m a year using council tax loophole

Government plans to charge double council tax will mean more holiday homeowners will avoid payments altogether, experts say.

24 May 2022 3m read

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Amazon installs AI cameras to monitor its delivery drivers

Privacy campaigners label company's latest move 'excessive, intrusive and creepy'.

23 May 2022 2m read

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Hyundai Motor Group to invest more than $10 billion in U.S. up to 2025

Hyundai Motor Group said on Sunday it would invest an additional $5 billion in the United States by 2025 to strengthen collaboration with U.S. firms in advanced technology.

23 May 2022 2m read

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Business leaders warn that three-decade era of globalisation is ending

The three-decade era of globalisation risks going into reverse according to company executives and investors, as world leaders prepare to meet in the Swiss town of Davos for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.

23 May 2022 4m read

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UK should expect high fuel bills for at least 18 months, E.ON boss says

Consumers will have to cope with extraordinarily high fuel bills for at least another 18 months, the boss of Britain's biggest energy supplier has said.

23 May 2022 3m read