Hollywood writers agree to end five-month strike after new studio deal

Hollywood film and TV writers are going back to work after nearly 150 days on strike in a dispute over pay, staffing levels and the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI).

UK's largest untapped oil and gas field gets green light for development

The UK's largest untapped oil and gas field has been given the green light by the government's North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA), defying climate warnings about the damage from new fossil fuel projects.

Hard-up UK live music venues in 'full-blown crisis', charity warns

The UK's small music venues are experiencing a "full-blown crisis" - with many forced to close over the last year, a music charity has said.

Crown Estate to kick off hunt for next chairman

The company which manages the monarchy's vast property interests is to kick off a search for its next chairman, firing the starting-gun on a race for one of the most prestigious posts in British real estate.

Boom in clean technology raises hopes for global climate targets

The surge in clean energy around the world has raised hopes the world may still reach its climate change target, according to the leading energy agency.

Wet summer hits ASOS's financial performance - but not all high street competitors

ASOS shares fell more than 5% on Tuesday morning, a further drop in a year where stock already lost 38% in value, after company results showed sales contracted.

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