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Matteo Achilli is taking his recruitment company global, while he is still at university.
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The government has criticised unions calling strike action without a significant enough level of support.
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Iraq warns the UN that Sunni militants have seized nuclear materials used for scientific research at a university in Mosul.
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London Market Report
10 Jul 2014 1:46:18
The FTSE 100 slides, along with other European indexes, as shares resume their recent downward path.
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The Bank of England holds UK interest rates at a record low of 0.5% for another month, and keeps its quantitative easing programme at £375bn.
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Dwindling revenue from North Sea oil will increase the pressure on government finances over the coming decades, according to the OBR.
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The UK's trade deficit widened in May, pushed up by aircraft imports, official data from the Office for National Statistics shows.
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Google is launching a venture capital fund to invest in promising European technology companies.
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House prices in London are expected to fall over the next three months, according to a poll of chartered surveyors.
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RSPB Scotland is urging people to discard unwanted plastic bags carefully after a rare bird was photographed with one caught in its beak.
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The number of animal experiments carried out in the UK showed a small rise last year, despite a pledge by the government to reduce them.
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Revenues at the budget fashion retailer Primark have grown sharply thanks to new stores and warmer weather, owner Associated British Foods says.
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Is the Higgs boson made up of other particles?
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Burberry, the UK luxury fashion brand, announces a strong rise in sales but warns that profits could be hit by unfavourable exchange rates.
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Three of Malaysia's biggest lenders are in talks about a possible merger that would create the country's biggest banking group.
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Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, has just resurfaced after spending 31 days living underwater.
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Industrial action is taking place across the UK over a series of disputes with the government - with more than a million public sector workers due to strike.
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China's trade surplus narrows to $32bn (£18bn) in June after the pace of exports slowed and imports increased.
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Rescuers manage to refloat a young whale that has been stranded on a beach in Queensland, Australia, for two days.
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US clothing retailer American Apparel is reshuffling its management board as part of a deal to raise fresh finance.
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Reptiles whose offspring's gender is dependent on temperature must spread out to survive the effects of climate change, new research shows.
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Germany's biggest airline, Lufthansa, is planning to set up a new low-cost airline for long-distance travel.
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Insurance companies are to be forced to provide clearer information on annual renewal quotations, after coming under pressure from consumer groups.
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Has Cambridge cracked the code for economic success?
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What's in a name?
09 Jul 2014 3:00:16
Would Google have made it as BackRub?
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