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About 600 of Dyson’s 4,000 staff in the UK – roughly 15%  of the UK workforce – stand to lose their jobs. Yet of the engineering firm’s 10,000 non-UK employees, only 3%  will be affected by the cost-cutting exercise

Dyson is to shed 900 jobs in a cost-cutting exercise that will weigh most heavily on UK employees. Staff were told of the job losses during a live vi(...)

John Campion Jnr: “Dad put so much effort into saving it from falling down, I felt it would be a shame not to complete the task.”

Many of us dream of being king or queen of the castle but one Co Kilkenny man, a doctor by day and restoration man by night, picked up where his fathe(...)

James Dyson’s announcement is more symbolic, and more curious, than any of those shifts

If James Dyson is as enthusiastic about the UK’s prospects when it leaves the European Union as he says he is, he has a funny way of showing it. The b(...)

British inventor James Dyson: the company  may be taking a further risk in the next couple of years with the development of an electric car

Dyson is taking a risk. The company, which has made a name for itself making bagless vacuum cleaners, has decided time is up for another fundamental p(...)

James Dyson photographed outside Dyson headquarters on the outskirts of Malmesbury, in the Cotswolds. Photograph by Adrian Sherratt

“Don’t say Hoover. Don’t say Hoover. Don’t say Hoover,” I say to myself in a panic as I walk into James Dyson’s small and pleasingly dishevelled glass(...)

Despite at least two years of denials from Dyson founder, Sir James Dyson, British Government documents reveal the company is using public funding to help develop its electric car.

An car that cleans your garage floor might be on the way, with reports suggesting premium vacuum-cleaner maker, Dyson, is building an electric car. D(...)