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Mark Bowerman: "Most shops these days no longer accept cheques."
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LinkedIn shares are priced at the top of an already-raised range, valuing the business networking website at $4.25bn.
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Demand for gold at the start of 2011 remained strong but was below the peaks seen last year, the World Gold Council says.
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New Zealand announces cuts in spending to battle a record budget deficit, after two earthquakes pummelled Christchurch.
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International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn offers to resign following an alleged sexual assault of a hotel maid in New York.
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Singapore raises its economic growth forecast after a manufacturing boost in the first three months of the year.
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Current extinction rate projections may be overestimating the role of habitat loss on species, a study suggest.
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Japan turns to energy efficiency as the economy falls back into recession
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Citroen are recalling more than 20,000 of its Picasso C3 cars because of concerns the brakes can be activated from the passenger side.
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A proposed wave power project is sparking a fresh call for a cable allowing the Western Isles to export electricity.
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Rogue gene
19 May 2011 0:53:08
How one Colombian clan may hold the key to beating Alzheimer's
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Japan's economy contracts in the first three months of the year sending the country into a technical recession.
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A wholesale reform of the UK's railways is likely to be triggered when a government-commissioned study into their value for money is revealed.
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The US central bank has said the US economy is moderately improving, according to minutes of its latest policy committee meeting.
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Olive branch
18 May 2011 3:05:36
Can bankers save the rainforests?
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Keeping it local?
18 May 2011 3:03:44
Campaigners seek changes in planning law to stop the supermarket
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Orchid snatchers
18 May 2011 3:02:43
How our lust for beautiful flowers is killing them off
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Keeping up with the internet
18 May 2011 3:00:29
Bandwidth remains the issue says Infinera CTO Drew Perkins
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IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn will make a new plea for bail on Thursday morning over sexual assault charges, his lawyer says.
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With potential bidders said to be looking at Formula 1, a new analysis reveals the profits being made by the world's fastest sport
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Despite lower UK unemployment figures, there is still a big divide between the prospects of people from differing backgrounds.
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Western governments are "strangling" the rebel movement in Libya, according to leading dissident Dr Ali Tarhouni.
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Japanese astronomers claim to have found free-floating "planets" which do not seem to orbit a star.
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The World Trade Organisation partly overturns a ruling on subsidies to plane maker Airbus, leading both the US and Europe to claim victory.
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Brighter outlook
18 May 2011 6:27:47
New Zealand to rein in historically high budget deficit
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