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The price of vanilla has been at record highs - it's now more pricey than silver. Will ice cream makers have to put up prices?
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The higher cost of vanilla is proving chilling for an industry that relies on the exotic spice.
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France's economy minister says the national carrier could 'disappear', as staff begin another strike.
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As Japanese bus drivers refuse to take fares, here are some of the world's most unusual strikes.
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A Reuters/Ipsos survey indicates most US users remain loyal, despite the Cambridge Analytica row.
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"Frictionless" borders are important to manufacturing jobs, business secretary Greg Clark warns.
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Mike Ashley's Sports Direct says the struggling department store group must give it details of a rescue plan.
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'Soul destroying'
06 May 2018 0:40:04
The eco-friendly hobbyists trying to stem the rising tide of plastic in the seas.
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Banking obstacles
05 May 2018 3:48:05
HSBC, Halifax and Metro have all accidentally locked out blind customers by upgrading their bank websites
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The US space agency has launched its latest mission, heading for the interior of the Red Planet.
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A look inside Mars
05 May 2018 1:10:35
InSight's science mission will reveal the interior of the Red Planet for the first time.
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The millions of flowers have created a blaze of colour on the Norfolk landscape.
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Emissions scandal
05 May 2018 0:19:44
Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal went to "very top" of the firm, allege US prosecutors.
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The Jones family's belongings were packed in a removals van, but TSB's computer fiasco put their move in doubt.
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Legendary investor Warren Buffett raises his stake in the world's most valuable company to 5%.
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Employees wear disguises to vent their anger against "abuses" by the company's controlling family.
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The SMMT trade body hits out after reports the government will target hybrids in a new emissions drive.
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The CEO says he is resigning after French staff at the strike-hit airline reject a pay deal.
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Trust is the foundation for everything we do. But what do we do when it's broken? In an eye-opening talk, Harvard Business School professor Frances Frei gives a crash course in trust: how to build it, maintain it and rebuild it -- something she worked on during a recent stint at Uber. "If we can learn to trust one another more, we can have unprecedented human progress," Frei says.
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The InSight probe is due to launch this weekend to investigate the interior of the Red Planet.
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The US unemployment rate fell to 3.9% in April, the lowest rate since 2000.
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Scientists at Imperial College London have spent more than 25 years developing the device.
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A new EU law that changes how companies use our personal information kicks in on 25 May.
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The two main unions at the telecoms and broadcast giant react to reports of mass job losses at BT.
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Revenues for the first three months of 2018 hit $9.7bn at China's biggest e-commerce firm.
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