Friday, October 30, 2020
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Abbey Road restored to original glory while everybody’s stuck indoors

Is there a more famous traffic crossing on the planet than the one on Abbey Road? (No, seriously: Is...

Suite Saturdays: Sherlock Suite @ the Great Scotland Yard Hotel, London

Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week's edition features the Sherlock suite, a 1-bedroom king...

Staggered starts, backup offices: How traders are working amid the coronavirus...

As the coronavirus pandemic disrupts routine working around the world, companies across the financial sector are having to find more agile ways of operating....

Mumbai Airport sees 27% rise in pax traffic to London in...

National carrier Air India and British Airways are the two other airlines flying to London from Mumbai. GVK-AAI...

Enforcement Directorate conducts searches on Wadhawan brothers over alleged dealings with...

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has conducted searches at the offices of DHFL and Dheeraj Realty...

Must Read: Donald Trump Meets Louis Vuitton, Overcoming The Makeup Slump

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. Donald Trump meets Louis VuittonPresident Donald Trump and Bernard Arnault -...

Ta-Ta! Amid LGBT Protests, Chick-fil-A Gets Kicked Out Of A U.K....

There won't be any waffle fries or chicken sandwiches for shoppers at a mall near London. ... © 2015 Bloomberg Finance LP Chick-fil-A...

IndiGo co-founders spat: Rahul Bhatia moves US courts in arbitration against...

The IndiGo co-founder s also seeking damages and information related to the arbitration proceedings he initiated in London as Gangwal is based in Florida...

This $12 million, 360-degree infinity pool will sit atop a 55-story...

To call this a pool with a view would be an understatement. London, England will have what is reportedly the world's first sky-high 360-degree...

UK court rejects Nirav Modi’s bail plea for the fourth time

In her judgment handed down at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, Justice Ingrid Simler concluded there are "substantial grounds" to believe that...