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17 Sep 2017 3:15:58
Without it, companies in the sharing economy might not have grown as successfully as they have.
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Equitable Life's Chris Wiscarson on how he's managing the pension fund after its shock collapse.
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Catherine has created 'tribes' of business women to help them form a network to connect with each other.
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The firm says its BAME workers are statistically paid less because more of them work in junior roles.
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The budget airline is cancelling 40-50 flights every day for the next six weeks.
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Reports say the US will no longer withdraw from the Paris deal or will change its approach.
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Outwitted
16 Sep 2017 3:39:19
How tiny creatures with small brains outwit us so easily.
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Just for Pets has been making a loss and bosses are bringing in administrators.
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She survived a 16km (10-mile) car journey, clinging to the axle of a four-wheel drive near Adelaide.
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A happy ending for a family of hippos.
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Data on up to 143 million people may have been exposed when hackers hit the credit report giant.
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The airline announces the plan in a bid to hit punctuality targets and allow crew to take leave.
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With us in spirit
15 Sep 2017 1:03:22
Is naming a new brand of whiskies after the collapsed bank a wise move?
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Investors shrugged off weak economic data, a missile test and a terrorist attack.
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Data on almost 400,000 Britons was taken when hackers hit US credit rating firm Equifax, says the firm.
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The chief scientists who worked on the spacecraft react after it plunged into Saturn's atmosphere.
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The Carmarthenshire-based company made 146 million calls to people over four months.
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Call for a pause in the roll-out of Universal Credit following the government's own report.
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Young women are increasingly being influenced by what they see on apps such as Instagram, experts say.
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In the century-old statues that dotted Cape Town, Sethembile Mzesane didn't see anything that looked like her own reality. So she became a living sculpture herself, standing for hours on end in public spaces dressed in symbolic costumes, to reclaim the city and its public spaces for her community. In this powerful, tour-de-force talk, she shares the stories and motivation behind her mesmerizing performance art.
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Angola's 'suitcase traders'
15 Sep 2017 4:24:57
The entrepreneurial Angolan women travelling to Rio de Janerio and Sao Paulo in search of Brazilian clothes to bring home and sell.
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The BBC's Lerato Mbele looks at how African companies protect their brands.
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The global accountancy firm removes top bosses at its South African arm over the Gupta scandal.
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The Lehman Brothers brand is back, but this time on a whisky bottle.
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Using recycled glass, one company in Swaziland has been making ornaments for 30 years.
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