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Strong demand for rented properties has pushed private sector rents to an average of £701 a month in England and Wales, a letting firm says.
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The European Banking Authority (EBA) is set to publish the results of stress tests of 90 banks across Europe.
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Another tech bubble?
14 Jul 2011 2:32:40
Have we forgotten the dotcom lessons?
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Does staying connected while travelling have to be an expensive nightmare?
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The Italian Senate has approved an emergency austerity budget which will see cuts of 48bn euros ($67bn; £42bn) over three years.
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The International Whaling Commission meeting narrowly survives a harrowing and confused final day - but important issues lie un-discussed.
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News Corporation's chairman Rupert Murdoch says his company has handled the phone-hacking crisis 'extremely well' and will recover.
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Internet giant Google reports a large rise in profits and revenue, well ahead of market expectations.
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Space giants
14 Jul 2011 7:49:07
The most experienced spaceman recalls the first
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In the plant world, height - not size - matters when it comes to spreading seeds the greatest distance, a study reports.
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Newspaper group Trinity Mirror plans a major marketing drive to pick up on the absence of the News of the World from news stands this weekend.
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The US space agency says its Dawn spacecraft should go into orbit around the Asteroid Vesta on Friday to begin a year-long study of the 530km-wide rock
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BMW unveils a range of cars, motorcycles and bicycles that will be used during the 2012 Olympics in London.
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Carlson Wagonlit Travel chief executive Douglas Anderson argues successful companies are those which continually innovate.
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Websites that try to sell government services that are free or cost little are to be investigated by the Office of Fair Trading.
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Viridor chief executive Colin Drummond argues you need to understand your competition if you want to beat them.
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US oil firm ConocoPhillips plans to split its production and refining businesses into two separate publicly traded companies.
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Rival clubs Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday will be wearing identical logos in a joint sponsorship deal.
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Human remains including parts of a skull and leg bones have been found during an archaeological dig at an Iron Age site.
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Westerners could be genetically programmed to consume fatty foods and alcohol more than those from the east, researchers in Scotland claim.
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Geologists discover an ancient buried landscape lost beneath the North Atlantic Ocean using soundwaves bounced off the ocean floor.
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JP Morgan Chase reports a 13% rise in quarterly profits, beating targets, led by its commercial and investment banking divisions.
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Japan's official policy is to return to the Antarctic - but will it?
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If you bought shares in British Gas in the 1980s and forgot about them, you might be contacted by Centrica. That's because they're now worth about £820.
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The Institute of Practitioners in Advertising has produced a report showing the health of the industry. Its Director General tells Radio 5 live that confidence is down.
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