BBC News - Business The 'mumpreneurs' helping parents go back to work 2017-01-18T03:02:05.000000Z A whole new industry has sprung up from working mothers helping others go back to work. Deliveroo to add 300 UK tech jobs in new London office 2017-01-18T02:52:27.000000Z The food delivery firm will hire a third more staff when it opens its new London HQ in summer 2017. Qualcomm sued in US over claims of unfair phone chip patent deals 2017-01-18T02:21:02.000000Z The firm is accused by US antitrust regulator of unfair practices in the way it licenses technology. Rolls-Royce apologises after £671m bribery settlement 2017-01-18T00:49:12.000000Z The engineering giant will pay £671m to settle corruption cases spanning nearly 25 years after court approval. Inside Davos summit’s Arctic basecamp 2017-01-18T00:40:27.000000Z A replica of an Arctic basecamp has been set up by a group of leading scientists, as a call to action to global leaders attending the World Economic Forum summit. Golden idea 2017-01-18T00:21:51.000000Z Internet entrepreneur Charles Chen Yidan is going to award $8m per year to education projects. Weighing it up 2017-01-18T00:14:56.000000Z Free trade has been a dominant part of the post-WW2 global economy, but it is now being challenged. Happy 100th 2017-01-18T00:06:14.000000Z With more and more people expected to live until 100, how does that affect our working lives? National Insurance: Grandparents 'missing out' on credits 2017-01-18T00:03:26.000000Z Tens of thousands of grandparents are missing out on £230 of credits, a former pensions minister says. Brexit: Business and industry react to May's speech 2017-01-17T21:32:03.000000Z Business generally welcomes Theresa May's speech as providing clarity, but they still want more detail.