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The European Commission accuses Google of abusing the dominant position of its Android operating system to stifle competition
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More than 100 aircraft repair and maintenance jobs are at risk at Monarch's Manchester base, it is announced.
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Saudi Arabia is reported to be close to securing a $10bn (£6.9bn) loan deal from international banks - its first in 25 years - as it tries to recover from plunging oil revenues.
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Women aged in their 20s and 30s are risking poverty in retirement by cutting contributions as they pay for childcare, a think tank says.
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UK unemployment rose by 21,000 to 1.7 million between December and February, the Office for National Statistics says.
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Arm Holdings lead the main market gainers after a 14% rise in first quarter profits but the FTSE 100 index is lower.
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Leaving the EU would be a "risky bet" for the UK economy and for London's role as a financial centre, eight former US Treasury Secretaries warn.
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Ahead of the introduction of plastic £5 notes later this year, BBC News looks at objects used to represent money at the British Museum.
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Shares in Asia are mixed but Mitsubishi Motors tumble after the carmaker warns of misconduct in fuel economy tests.
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How vulnerable are net-connected buildings to cyber-attack?
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Shares in Mitsubishi Motors have fallen more than 17% after the Japanese car maker said it would reveal details about misleading fuel economy tests.
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A Scottish Power warranty scheme that allegedly failed to pay out £75m to hundreds of thousands of customers was "effectively a fraud", according to a report by MPs.
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Heidelberg researchers are following vehicles through city streets, sampling their exhaust plumes to get a real-world perspective on emissions.
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Scientists think they can now tie the disruption that hit Mayan civilisation in the 6th Century to an eruption of the El Chichon volcano.
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US printer manufacturer Lexmark is being bought by a Chinese-led group for $3.6bn (£2.5bn).
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The Indian Premier League is well underway, with two new cricket clubs to replace teams that were suspended for corruption. But are the organisers doing enough to restore the IPL's image?
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The UK science community draws vital benefits from EU membership and could lose influence in the event of an exit, says a House of Lords report.
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Malaysian Airlines chief executive Christoph Mueller resigns after less than one year of leading the carriers efforts to reorganise.
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Baboons form a queue and wait their turn for access to a patch of food, according to researchers.
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Teachers would get a special legal status under plans in Argentina
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Four ways Nasa is teaching us to be greener
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A brief history of currency in five objects
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The BBC's Simon Jack reports on how the single market works and and the free trade zones that Michael Gove wants the UK to join.
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Later this week China will announce more details about a mission to Mars.
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Yahoo reports a fall in revenues and profits for the first three months of 2016, as the company reviews offers from potential bidders.
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