President Nicolas Maduro says move designed to by-pass financial sanctions slapped on Caracas.
Retailer will launch a company voluntary agreement on 21 December to renegotiate debts with its creditors.
Cryptocurrency exchanges in the EU and UK are set to face increased regulation from next year amid concerns they could be used for money laundering and tax evasion.
It's worth mapping key trends that are challenging traditional methods of recruitment.
Frazer Thompson, chief executive of Chapel Down, says continued access to European labour after Brexit is crucial.
Food Standards Agency reveals Britain throws away 7.3 million tonnes of food almost every year.
The business lobby group expects Britain's gross domestic product to expand 1.5% in both 2017 and 2018 before weakening slightly to 1.3% in 2019.
Mallya was once hailed as India's version of British entrepreneur Richard Branson for his investments in a liquor company, an airline, a Formula One team and an Indian Premier League cricket club.
Move follows warning by cybersecurity chiefs to government departments about Russian software.
After a burst of eleventh-hour horse trading, bill overcomes American legislative hurdles.
Travel operator says the 400 affected employees will be redeployed across its UK network once closures begin in March 2018.
The report, 'Distributed Ledger Technologies for Public Good: leadership, collaboration and innovation' was released this week by Lord Holmes of Richmond.
US support the European Union in its stance in opposing giving China market status, which has angered Beijing.
Company says it has struggled to recruit the 300 seasonal staff it normally requires around Christmas.
Unite union describes the cuts as "savage" and questions why government signed off the lender's closure plans.