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David Abney, CEO of US courier service UPS, shares the business advice he wishes he had been given when he started out.
How Ryan Longmuir was able to quit drugs overnight and establish and grow his catering business Regis Banqueting.
The Football Association is outdated and unable to counter the power of the Premier League, five former executives tell Parliament.
The UK economy's buoyant growth rate won't last, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) claims.
Phil Neville tells Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius to "keep your mouth shut and do your job" on Match of the Day 2.
The BBC's Richard Bilton sees the work of one housing team in Liverpool examining the safety of rented properties.
Theresa May could be backing a big rise to council tax to cover social care, say Monday's papers, while the Home Secretary calls rail strikes 'unacceptable'.
Who is loved after being hated? Who produced a captain's performance? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and then pick your own.
Matt Terry wins X Factor 2016, beating Saara Aalto in the final of the singing competition.
Speaking at a news conference in Riyadh, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said there is "candour" in the UK's relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Top Brazilian football clubs pay tribute to Chapecoense on the final day of the season.
Latvia are the first nation to say they will boycott the bobsleigh and skeleton World Championships in Sochi in protest at Russian doping claims.
A man is arrested after a car crashes into a charity's headquarters in a busy high street in north-east London.
Liverpool's defensive frailties are exposed again as West Ham climb out of the Premier League relegation zone with a draw at Anfield.
Oritse Williams has denied allegations that he raped a fan in a hotel room after a concert.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte laughs off suggestions his side could face a Premier League points deduction.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas is Mercedes' first choice to replace Nico Rosberg as Lewis Hamilton's team-mate, BBC Sport has learned.
President-elect Donald Trump questions the US "One China" policy of effectively ignoring Taiwan.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan's first Premier League goal gives Manchester United victory over top-four rivals Tottenham.
Rex Tillerson, tipped to be Donald Trump's secretary of state, is an oil executive with close ties to Russia.