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A climate-sceptic group founded by former Conservative Chancellor Lord Lawson is to relaunch after a complaint about its charitable status.
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The largest ever four-winged dinosaur has been discovered in China, with remarkably long feathers on its hindwings and tail.
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Carbon dioxide turned into food for farmed fish
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London Market Report
16 Jul 2014 7:33:52
Royal Mail is the biggest faller on the stock markets after it emerged that its French subsidiary, GLS, is facing an anti-trust inquiry.
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Apple and IBM have announced a business partnership that will see the two firms co-develop business-centric apps for iPhones and iPads.
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The founder of sportswear retailer Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, has announced that he will not be taking his 2015 bonus, despite winning shareholder approval for the pay deal.
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The leaders of the world's largest emerging economies - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - meeting in Brazil have signed a deal to create a new $100bn development bank and emergency reserve fund.
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China's economy picks up speed in the April-to-June quarter, a sign that the government's stimulus moves have started to have an impact.
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The search for life on other planets has long inspired science fiction novelists and Nasa missions but could one of Jupiter's moons, Europa, provide proof?
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Silicon Valley shakes up home decoration and architecture
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Lack of infrastructure investment in regional cities costs UK 5% lower growth a year, according to a report.
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Would you get a tattoo of a company's logo?
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Will Europe produce an unmanned combat aircraft?
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Why tech giants should pay attention to the new 'normals'
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What really, really makes a conference irritating?
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Apple and IBM - once bitter rivals - announce a tie-up that will see the two firms co-develop business-centric apps for the iPad and iPhone.
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Shares in chip maker Intel rise 4% after the firm reports profits rose 45% in the second quarter to $2.8bn, driven by stronger-than-expected PC sales to businesses.
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Internet giant Yahoo reports that profit decreased by 18% to $270m after sales of digital display advertisements plunged by 24% during the period from March to June.
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The Pentagon says the F-35 combat jet - due to be used on the UK's new aircraft carriers - will not go to the Farnborough Airshow because of continuing inspections.
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The leaders of the so-called Brics countries - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - sign a deal to create a new $100bn development bank and emergency reserve fund.
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Europe's Rosetta probe acquires some sensational new images of its comet quarry, showing what appears to be two distinct parts in contact with each other.
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Does disappearance of wild honeybees matter?
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Greg Clark has a tough act to follow as the new science and universities minister, commentators say.
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'Trying on' a lower-cost form of personal aviation
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The US Federal Reserve warns of "stretched valuations" in social media and biotechnology firms as part of chair Janet Yellen's semi-annual report in front of Congress.
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