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Japanese messaging app Line is set to raise up to $1.3bn when it lists its shares in New York and Tokyo later this week.
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Japanese shares are trading higher on Monday after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government claimed a major election victory over the weekend.
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George Osborne vows to create a "more outward-looking, global-facing Britain" following the UK vote to leave the European Union.
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Theresa May will promise to put workers on the boards of major companies and curb excess corporate pay, as she starts her party leadership campaign.
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Uncertainty around Brexit has dragged UK business output and optimism to three-year lows, a new report suggests.
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Unfounded fear?
10 Jul 2016 3:17:17
Radiation levels in the Pacific are almost back to their pre-Fukushima levels (except around Fukishima itself), and are expected to have fully recovered by 2020.
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Hundreds of Southern rail services are temporarily axed under an amended timetable brought in from midnight in response to months of disruption.
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Bakersfield blues
10 Jul 2016 3:10:29
Battered by low oil prices as well as drought, Bakersfield, California longs to be great again.
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Tragedy and triumph
10 Jul 2016 3:09:49
How Daniele Henkel escaped Algeria before the start of its civil war, and started a health and beauty business in Canada that made her a multi-millionaire.
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Employers have responded to the new National Living Wage by raising prices or reducing profits rather than cutting jobs, according to a new survey.
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If you have any interest in the aviation at all there's only one place to be today, Farnborough! The BBC's Aaroon Heselhurst takes a preview tour.
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The Farnborough Airshow opens in the UK on Monday at a time of challenge for the aviation industry. Aaron Heslehurst explains.
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The Indian government wants to take temple gold out of the vaults and put it into the economy.
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Deutsche Boerse says it is considering lowering the approval threshold for its proposed merger with the London Stock Exchange from 75%.
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Archaeologists in Israel say they hope the discovery of a Philistine cemetery will shed new light on the mysterious migrant people.
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China's commerce minister says the outlook remains grim for the global economy despite it having overcome the impact of the 2008 financial crisis.
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Members of the RMT union working for ScotRail start another two-day strike over the introduction of additional services without guards.
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Pet project
09 Jul 2016 3:55:04
The death of a much-loved pet inspired one woman to find her dream job with an internet start-up company.
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Banking is tanking
09 Jul 2016 3:50:45
Italy's banks, struggling with a burden of bad debt, are the latest trouble spot for the eurozone.
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An archaeological dig is under way on what experts say is a very rare undisturbed Bronze Age burial mound in Lancashire.
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Supporters of Scottish independence have a "golden opportunity" the wake of the Brexit vote, according to a critic of the 2014 plans.
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Russian, American and Japanese astronauts enter the International Space Station.
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Tata Steel has announced it is to postpone plans to sell some of its UK operations, including the Port Talbot plant.
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In a jam
08 Jul 2016 1:40:51
Will we still be able to rely on seasonal workers from Eastern Europe to bring in the strawberry harvest?
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Farnborough forecast
08 Jul 2016 1:35:12
The world's aerospace and defence industry descends on Farnborough this week with a display of civil and military hardware - but with an expectation of fewer orders.
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