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The telecoms giant says the posts will be going in back-office and managerial sectors worldwide.
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Jeremy Corbyn plans to invest £20bn in schools in England by raising business taxes.
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The planemaker is confident the potential engine issue would not delay deliveries of its 737 MAX jets.
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Noam Chomsky argues the Republican Party is the most dangerous organisation in human history.
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Sharanjit Leyl joins entrepreneur Elim Chew for a spot of fishing as part the Busy Breakfast series.
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Keurboom Communications is ordered to pay £400,000 after making 100 million unsolicited calls.
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Uncertainty over the election is leading to a stagnating housing market, the surveyors' body says.
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Both Labour and the Conservatives plan to increase minimum wages - but that could cost jobs.
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Nine-month stretch
10 May 2017 3:26:46
A look at the growing popularity around the world of exercise classes for pregnant women.
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Snapchat's number of daily active users rose just 5% to 166 million in the first quarter of 2017.
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Dozens of advertisers have deserted the Fox News channel in the wake of sexual harassment claims.
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Who will be affected if Vodafone shuts down its paging business?
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The Noel's House Party host claims the Reading branch scandal caused "distress and public humiliation".
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The drinks giant will contest the tax authority's claim it owes money for moving profits to the Netherlands.
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A look back at the must-have gadget of the early 90s, after Vodafone announces plans to close its pager business in the UK.
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One night in 2002, a friend gave Jorge Drexler the chorus to a song and challenged him to write the rest of it using a complex, poetic form known as the "Décima." In this fascinating talk, Drexler examines the blended nature of identity, weaving together the history of the Décima with his own quest to write one. He closes the talk with a performance of the resulting song, "La Milonga del Moro Judío." (In Spanish with English subtitles)
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Private equity owner Bridgepoint appoints advisers to consider options for the sandwich chain.
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You're fired!
10 May 2017 3:38:41
Donald Trump sacked FBI director James Comey by letter but did he do it right?
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Campaigners say there should be greater scrutiny of industry bodies that are involved in UN climate talks.
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Male Kentish glory moths are to be counted with the aid of bits of rubber coated in the scent of female moths.
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TalkTalk shares slump 10%
10 May 2017 9:06:26
TalkTalk says it expects earnings to fall this financial year as it invests to attract new customers.
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Investors will vote on whether to re-elect Jes Staley to the bank's board, amid controversy over whistleblowing claims.
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The future of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has emerged as a major economic issue.
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The Japanese car giant also warns a strong yen will push profits even lower in 2017-18.
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The deal could mean higher prices for customers, competition watchdog the CMA warns.
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