New requirements for large businesses to report their gender pay gaps (GPGs) are on course to come into force in April 2017, after the final form of the regulations was laid before the Houses of Parliament.
The number of mergers involving UK businesses nearly halved in the three months following the UK's vote to leave the EU compared to the preceding three months, according to new official figures.
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