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The chancellor is set to announce measures on wages and house building in his Autumn Statement.
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Shares in the French construction firm Vinci plunge after a fake press release said the firm would restate its accounts and sack its finance director.
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The "Freiburg Cup", which comes with a deposit of €1, is going down well with German students.
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We can evolve bacteria, plants and animals -- futurist Juan Enriquez asks: Is it ethical to evolve the human body? In a visionary talk that ranges from medieval prosthetics to present day neuroengineering and genetics, Enriquez sorts out the ethics associated with evolving humans and imagines the ways we'll have to transform our own bodies if we hope to explore and live in places other than Earth.
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EU plans to make shoppers go through extra security for many online payments have come under fire.
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A Russian cybersecurity company warns of a spate of remotely coordinated attacks on cash machines.
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A nearly complete dodo skeleton is sold at auction for £280,000.
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German airline Lufthansa will cancel 900 flights on Wednesday as pilots strike again over pay.
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What's going to be in the Autumn Statement? Take a look at our animated guide.
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General Motors is allowed to delay the recall of vehicles so it can prove their air bags are safe.
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The supermarket chain Morrisons is to revive the Safeway name for some of the food it makes for independent retailers.
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The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group makes its first annual profit for five years in its maiden annual results.
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Tesco denies claims it has been discriminating against state school pupils at one of its Edinburgh stores.
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BBC economics editor Kamal Ahmed runs through the important numbers to watch for ahead of Wednesday's Autumn Statement.
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Sales of homes in the UK remained sluggish in the autumn compared with the same period last year, figures show.
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Steph Leese, also known as the Pink Plasterer, is the only female plasterer working in Merseyside.
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Taiwanese airline Transasia is shutting down after two fatal crashes and heavy losses.
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Government borrowing fell by more than expected to £4.8bn in October, according to official figures.
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A London NHS hospital trust has teamed up with tech giant Google to share patient data in the hope of saving lives.
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Mining companies pull the FTSE 100 higher for the second day running on Tuesday.
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Carmaker Daimler removes a senior executive from his job after he allegedly makes racist comments in a row in China.
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The government reduces its stake in Lloyds Banking Group further as it continues to try and return the lender to full private ownership.
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Sir Mike Rake says he is working with the government to deliver broadband to remote areas
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As London's mayor bids for more powers for the city ahead of the Autumn Statement, BBC London heads to Hamburg to find out what impact devolution has on a city.
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A rise in like-for-like sales at Screwfix, and in Poland, boosts DIY giant Kingfisher's third quarter figures.
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