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Would you rent a vacuum cleaner for $499 a month?

Japanese firm Softbank says its robot is meant to replace "over-worked janitorial teams".

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Would you rent a vacuum cleaner for $499 a month?

Japanese firm Softbank says its robot is meant to replace "over-worked janitorial teams".

Airline boss hails Greta Thunberg's climate role

Emirates' president Sir Tim Clark says climate change activists helped airlines focus on the need to act.

Live

Business Live: FTSE falls 1% on trade fears

Less than a minute ago

Most recent posts

  1. Now Markets remain in the redNowMarkets remain in the red
  2. 6 minutes ago Lib Dem promises on pensions 'are vague'6mLib Dem promises on pensions 'are vague'
  3. 17 minutes ago Lib Dem tenancies proposal 'bizarre'17mLib Dem tenancies proposal 'bizarre'
Live Business Live: FTSE falls 1% on trade fears Less than a minute ago Live

Business Live: FTSE falls 1% on trade fears

Is shopping at Primark really a way to be greener?

The High Street chain says shopping in-store is greener than buying online, but not everyone agrees.

Lib Dems are banking on taxation with a purpose

Faisal Islam

Economics editor

Faking it: How to buy an Instagram following

China coal surge threatens Paris climate targets

China is adding coal power equivalent to the EU's entire generating capacity.

Airline boss hails Greta Thunberg's climate role

Emirates' president Sir Tim Clark says climate change activists helped airlines focus on the need to act.

Live

Business Live: FTSE falls 1% on trade fears

Less than a minute ago

Most recent posts

  1. Now Markets remain in the redNowMarkets remain in the red
  2. 6 minutes ago Lib Dem promises on pensions 'are vague'6mLib Dem promises on pensions 'are vague'
  3. 17 minutes ago Lib Dem tenancies proposal 'bizarre'17mLib Dem tenancies proposal 'bizarre'
Live Business Live: FTSE falls 1% on trade fears Less than a minute ago Live

Business Live: FTSE falls 1% on trade fears

Is shopping at Primark really a way to be greener?

The High Street chain says shopping in-store is greener than buying online, but not everyone agrees.

Lib Dems are banking on taxation with a purpose

Faisal Islam

Economics editor

Faking it: How to buy an Instagram following

China coal surge threatens Paris climate targets

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