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Banks and supermarkets are to be able to sell consumer legal services in England and Wales for the first time following a change in law.
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European aircraft maker Airbus strikes a deal worth US$9.5bn (£6.2bn) with Australia's Qantas for 110 jets.
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Proposals to open up the bus market to more competition are published by the Competition Commission.
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Citic Securities has fallen on its debut at the Hong Kong stock exchange as market volatility continues to dent sentiment.
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Impressive leaps performed by some species of fish give an insight into how aquatic animals "invaded" the land, say scientists.
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Fears are growing that China may face its own debt crisis amid signs of a slowdown and an explosion in underground lending.
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According to reports, Japan's financial regulator may penalise the US bank for the third time since 2004, after failing to sufficiently disclose the risks associated with investment products.
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Steve Jobs, the brains behind the iPod, iPhone and the iPad, who built Apple into the world's most valuable company, has died at the age of 56.
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The free trade pact between the US and South Korea has cleared the first hurdle four years after the deal was first agreed.
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Could this ring of rocks be Australia's Stonehenge?
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World learns of his passing on his own invention: Barack Obama
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Life in Australia's drought-stricken Murray-Darling Basin
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Many people now rely on their smartphones, sat-navs or other GPS devices to find their way around. But is there a more natural way to navigate?
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Scientists say that Comet Hartley 2 contains water like that found in our oceans, challenging the notion that Earth's water did not come from comet impacts.
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Banks and supermarkets will be able to sell consumer legal services in England and Wales for the first time following a change in law dubbed the 'Tesco law'.
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Former chief executive and co-founder of US technology giant Apple Steve Jobs dies, aged 56, the company announces.
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Talks between ministers and union chief Brendan Barber over public sector pension reform achieve little, sources say.
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What went wrong with Dexia?
05 Oct 2011 3:09:54
Eurozone crisis trips up French-Belgian bank
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The problems facing those purchasing annuities
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The cheapest pint of beer is 28p cheaper in pubs in the north of England compared with south-east hostelries, a survey suggests.
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Can companies make sense of the data deluge?
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A lack of government help is putting the British computer games industry at risk, a study has warned.
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Shares in internet portal firm Yahoo leap on rumours that Microsoft is considering a second attempt at a takeover.
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A second South Pacific community is suffering a severe water shortage due to an ongoing drought crisis.
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A form of cloning has been used to create personalised embryonic stem cells in humans, say researchers.
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