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James Reed, CEO of recruitment company Reed Group, explains how bees have taught him about business.
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Superstar economics
07 May 2017 3:30:01
How technology turns small gaps in quality into vast gaps in pay.
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Hanging up the microphone
07 May 2017 3:23:22
As he continues on his farewell tour, the country singer looks back on his long music career, business ventures, and sometimes chaotic personal finances.
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Customers of a major bank can "switch off" their debit card to online purchases or set ATM limits.
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He has promised 'pro-business' policies including lower taxes and more labour market flexibility.
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Making money
07 May 2017 3:09:00
Egg farmers and pet food makers appear alongside bankers on this year's Sunday Times Rich List.
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The most common scams relate to plane tickets, online accommodation bookings and timeshare sales.
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Tax policy expert Paul Johnson gives his assessment of Labour's latest tax proposals.
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The Hinduja brothers top the Sunday Times Rich List, with a £3.2bn boost to their fortunes.
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Breaking brands
06 May 2017 3:46:31
What changes a corporate branding disaster from being a costly and damaging affair, to one with fatal consequences for the company concerned?
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Keep out
06 May 2017 3:36:47
The minefields laid in the Falkland Islands 35 years ago have been a blessing for penguins, which are not big enough to trigger explosions. But now the time has come for their home to be demined.
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Scientists in Germany have invented an indoor sun.
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A think tank says 46% of jobs in Scotland are at "high risk" of automation in the period up to 2030.
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The party's manifesto pledge would see wealthier pensioners lose the winter fuel allowance.
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VAT and employee national insurance rises are ruled out but those on over £80,000 would have to pay more.
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The bakers who boogie
05 May 2017 3:19:00
This bakery encourages its staff to dance among the cakes to aid well-being and improve performance.
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Dumped by a stranger
05 May 2017 1:03:51
It is now possible to pay someone to dump your partner, write thank you notes or queue up for you.
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Two-thirds of investors in the loss-making education publisher vote against John Fallon's pay rise.
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Customers of the main Debenhams.com website have not been affected by the incident.
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In the US, most kids have a very long summer break, during which they forget an awful lot of what they learned during the school year. This "summer slump" affects kids from low-income neighborhoods most, setting them back almost three months. TED Fellow Karim Abouelnaga has a plan to reverse this learning loss. Learn how he's helping kids improve their chances for a brighter future.
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The robot that helps people lost in the airport or the shopping mall.
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The satellite, funded by India, will help South Asian nations boost their communication services.
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The number of jobs created in the US last month rose sharply, as the unemployment rate edged down.
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The government's draft clean air plan has been dismissed as "toothless" and "weak" by critics.
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Inclusivity was a major theme at the World Economic Forum for Africa in Durban.
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