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Four former Barclays bankers are ordered to serve jail terms for rigging the Libor interest rate.
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Indian technology firm Ringing Bells has announced that the first 5,000 units of the "world's cheapest smartphone" are ready to deliver.
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A doomed Japanese satellite managed to capture a spectacular view of a cluster of galaxies 250 million light years away just before it died, scientists reveal.
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Mortgage rates are continuing to creep downwards, as the City bets on a cut in interest rates next week.
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A month-old male giant panda cub in Belgium's Pairi Daiza wildlife park is growing fast and gaining weight - but still not quite standing up.
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Turmoil continues in the UK property sector as Legal & General cuts the value of its fund by 10%.
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After a lengthy inquiry into a wave of suicides at France Telecom, prosecutors call for its former head and other key figures to be put on trial for bullying.
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Manchester City Football Club sign a new recruit - but one who will never actually set foot on the pitch.
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UK industrial output fell by 0.5% in May compared with April, raising concerns about its prospects following the EU referendum.
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The UK's economy has become increasingly reliant on the taxes paid by Londoners over the last decade, researchers find.
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Annual house price growth eased to 8.4% in the month of June, the lowest rate in a year, according to the Halifax, the UK's largest mortgage lender.
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The government’s climate change advisors have given a cautious green light to fracking in the UK.
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Profits fall sharply at Sports Direct because of negative publicity about its working conditions and a tough High Street environment.
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Global per capita fish consumption passes the 20kg per year mark for the first time, but natural marine resources continue to be overfished, UN data shows.
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Could a robot soon be delivering your meals and groceries?
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Shares in London open almost 1% higher and the pound makes modest gains - but remains around a 31-year low.
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Marks and Spencer says like-for-like sales at its clothing arm fell by 8.9% in the first quarter, as a "weak market" and fewer promotions hit sales.
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Tata Steel is expected to announce on Friday that it will pause the sales process of most of its UK business, the BBC understands.
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What is the Libor scandal?
07 Jul 2016 5:58:31
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has said it will seek a retrial of two former Barclays traders over their involvement in the Libor rate-rigging scandal.
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How a celebrated milestone for the spoon-billed sandpiper turned to sadness.
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Samsung Electronics expects to post its most profitable quarter in more than two years because of strong sales of its flagship S7 line of smartphones.
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Asian markets shrug off the latest Federal Reserve minutes showing that prospects of an interest rate hike have diminished.
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Fossils of a sea worm that lived on the ocean floor about 500 million years ago are giving new insights into how early creatures evolved.
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BBC Rewind takes a brief look at the history of the mobile phone.
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Hands full
06 Jul 2016 3:31:20
Dr Ginni Mansberg is a television celebrity, author, columnist, businesswoman and mother. She tells the BBC's Katie Beck how she built her dream career from scratch.
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