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● Ryanair wins court bid to block Irish strike Dublin High Court approves a bid to stop Irish pilots walking out, as a hearing on a UK-wide strike continues.
● HS2: Review to examine costs and benefits of rail project It will look at the costs and benefits, with a “go or no-go" decision by the end of the year.
● Government's budget surplus shrinks in July The £1.2bn surplus was much lower than the £2.7bn analysts had been expecting.
● 'If you say you're ethical, you have to back it up' CEO Secret: "If you call yourself an ethical company, you'll have to back up every claim you make."
● The Cold War spy technology which we all use Radio-frequency identification, famously used to bug the US embassy in Moscow, is a cheap way to track objects and data.
● Government automatically enrols firms in case of no-deal Brexit Business groups urged the government to act after many firms failed to get a customs number.
● UK bosses earn 117 times average worker despite pay cut The average salary of the bosses of the UK's largest companies has fallen 13% in the last financial year.
● Barclays tops list of banks with most IT shutdowns British banks experienced more than 10 outages a month in the past year, BBC analysis of new data reveals.
● Does the future of farming exist beneath city streets? In a disused air raid shelter one company is growing crops, but what are the pros and cons of vertical farming?
● 'I bought a house thanks to my bullet journal' Millions of people have shared #bulletjournal or #bujo hashtags on Instagram, so how do they work?
● Trump considers new tax cut to boost US economy The US president confirms that a temporary payroll cut tax could be introduced.
● Fracking: UK shale reserves may be smaller than previously estimated Previous research suggested 50 years of shale gas under the UK, but a new study says it could be less than 10.
● Scottish castle goes up for sale for over £8m in East Lothian Seton Castle was built with stone from a palace said to be Mary Queen of Scots' favourite retreat.
● Lightning strike 'partly to blame' for power cut Regulator Ofgem publishes National Grid report into outage that hit homes and transport in England and Wales.
● No-deal Brexit 'could cost farms £850m in profits' A no-deal Brexit could be a greater challenge than BSE and foot-and-mouth, a researcher suggests.
● Student loan overpayments of £28m going unclaimed Graduates have paid millions in repayments after their loans have been cleared.
● Why investors are making a loss to keep their money safe Some pension fund investors are paying to hold government bonds due to fears over the global economy.
● Chicken Connoisseur YouTuber criticises knife crime warning Elijah Quashie tells the BBC knife crime warnings on takeaway boxes
● The people policing the internet's most horrific content Website content moderators have to see some very disturbing material. How do they cope?
● Why we lie about being retired When we retire we often pretend that we're still working according to one Harvard academic.
● Why US firms are desperate to retain ageing workers Elderly people are forecast to be the fastest growing sector of the US labour force.
● Juul: Vaping attracts fresh funding despite new lawsuits Investors pump another $325m into e-cigarette market leader Juul as health concerns increase.
● 'My Instagram got hacked and I lost my business' Micro businesses say Instagram hackers are costing them money by compromising their accounts.
● Corporate leaders scrap shareholder-first ideology Companies need a fresh direction because capitalism is "fraying", says a powerful US business group.