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One in 10 adults owns second home, says think tank
By contrast, four in ten UK adults have no property wealth at all, the Resolution Foundation says.
McDonald's could face first UK strikes
Staff at two UK outlets vote for action over secure working hours and a £10 per hour wage.
Visits to UK rise amid fall in pound
The numbers visiting from overseas increased by 7% in June but British residents' trips abroad also rose.
Kit Kat accused of copying Atari game Breakout
Nestle's marketing mimics the 1970s Atari computer game Breakout, a court case alleges.
Stock traders cheer on Bannon exit
White House adviser Steve Bannon, a right-wing nationalist, is leaving the White House.
Google's stance on neo-Nazis 'dangerous', says EFF
A digital rights group criticises action taken by Google, GoDaddy and Cloudflare against the Daily Stormer.
Pensioners told to head to West Sussex for happiness
West Sussex offers the best quality of life in retirement, according to new research.
Northern, Southern and Merseyrail strikes set for September
The RMT said no progress had been made over the future of the role of guards, due to safety and job loss fears.
Trump scraps infrastructure council plan
The president is dropping plans for the business panel after ending two other advisory groups.
Salmon sales surge as UK food exports hit record high
UK food and drink exports rise to £10.2bn in the first half of the year, the largest value on record.
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6,400 free upskilling courses available through Springboard
More than 6,400 places on free higher education courses are available nationwide.
US stocks tumble to worst loss in three months
US stocks have plunged as losses for Cisco Systems hurt technology companies while Wal-Mart declined after its latest quarterly report.
Starbucks founder questions America's 'moral fibre'
Starbucks founder and chairman Howard Schultz has said the events surrounding a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend have put the "moral fibre" of the US in question.
Report shows 11% rise in '.ie' domain registrations
'Brand Ireland' is continuing to grow its reputation online, according to a report by the IE Domain Registry (IEDR).
Voxpro in jobs pledge after ?150m takeover
Cork outsourcing company Voxpro said it has been taken over by Canadian IT giant Telus in a deal estimated at ?150m, and said that not only are jobs safe but it could expand its operations.
British Government officials 'confident' ahead of Brexit trade talks in Autumn
UK Government officials remain "confident" they will make sufficient progress by October to ensure Brexit trade talks begin, amid reports Cabinet ministers believe they could be delayed.
US stocks edge higher as retailers rally
US stocks rose slightly on Wednesday as Urban Outfitters and Target helped retailers rally. Urban Outfitters and Target did better in the second quarter than analysts expected, and Target raised its forecasts for the year.
Nokia 8 to take on Iphone and Galaxy smartphones
Nokia has unveiled its first flagship Android smartphone - theNokia 8 - as the technology firm attempts to challenge the likes of Samsung and Apple for the first time.
Irish farmers say restrictions-free border impossible under Brexit
Farmers have said it is impossible to see how the Irish border can stay open and free of checkpoints under the Brexit proposals.
Donald Trump claims Amazon is 'doing great damage to taxpaying retailers'
US president Donald Trump has renewed his attacks on e-commerce giant Amazon, saying the company is "doing great damage to tax paying retailers".