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Share prices across Europe tumbled on Thursday amid fears of a global economic slowdown and the impact of the Ebola crisis.
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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) announces a rise in the "tax gap" - the difference between the amount of tax it should collect theoretically, and the actual total.
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Parliament should scrap the Climate Change Act and we should stop "exaggerating" the effects of climate change, says Owen Patterson.
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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who described his Tesco investment as a "huge mistake", offloads 245 million shares in the grocer.
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Shares in London have recovered some of their losses at the open after the worst session in more than a year wiped £46bn off the FTSE 100 on Wednesday.
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WH Smith, the high street stationery, bookstore and travel chain, reports a rise in full-year profits after a "strong performance".
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Satellite TV broadcaster BSkyB has said quarterly profits more than doubled on broad demand for its pay TV and broadband services across Europe.
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Citizens Advice is warning people against taking out high-cost credit such as logbook loans which have APRs of around 400%.
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US drug firm AbbVie recommends that its shareholders vote against a £32bn takeover of UK rival Shire following new tax rules announced by the US Treasury.
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Asian shares opened lower on Thursday after Wall Street tumbled on US economic data, fuelling growth concerns.
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In Singapore, both government research agencies and businesses are looking at new ways to use robots for wider commercial purposes.
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Will Russia turn Ukraine's gas back on?
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US shares of Netflix, the world's largest video streaming service, plunged on Wednesday after it reported fewer subscribers than forecast.
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Labour promises first-time buyers will be given priority when communities in England "take the lead" in building new housing.
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In his first interview the boss of Chinese telecoms firm Huawei, which is banned from bidding for US government contracts, says the group will grow even without the US.
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Huawei's chief executive Guo Ping gives his first ever TV interview to the BBC's Linda Yueh, and explains why the firm doesn't need the US market.
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Boom times for Addis Ababa's growing number of coffee shops
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Why bank cashiers are no longer found behind glass
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Zoos where animals roam free
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EBay said sales for 2014 won't meet its prior estimates, saying the last three months of the year will be worse than thought.
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Government scientists from Wiltshire are calling for micro-biologists to volunteer in the fight against the growing threat of the deadly Ebola virus.
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A family of extinct kangaroos, three times bigger than living species, probably walked rather than hopped, according to a detailed study of their bones.
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The Chinese businessman with a shark in the office
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Huang Nubo is one of China's wealthiest men, but what has driven his success?
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The US economy grew at a "modest to moderate" pace, according to the Federal Reserve's latest Beige Book of anecdotal reports from businesses.
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