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UK bank HSBC is set to be sued by the state of New York which alleges it has ignored a US law designed to protect homeowners from losing their houses.
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Getting the lights on - and other problems for Sharif
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The European Commission announces it is imposing temporary anti-dumping levies on Chinese solar panel imports.
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Mohammad Ashraful sorry for "wrong-doings" as investigation into allegations of corruption in Bangladesh takes place.
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Connectivity problems have left many customers on Three's mobile network unable to access the internet.
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The UK construction sector returns to growth after a rise in house building activity, a closely-watched survey indicates.
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The radiation dose someone would get from eating tuna tainted with pollution from Fukushima is far below the levels that should cause health concern, scientists say.
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Increasing the number of women in the workforce would dramatically boost the UK's economic growth, according to a government-backed report.
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Heathrow's new £2.5bn terminal will open in exactly one year's time, bosses at the airport announce.
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The average middle-income family in Britain is likely to be nearly £1,800 a year worse-off by 2015, according to the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).
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A call centre in Swansea has developed a unique approach to keeping its staff motivated with activities such as sing-alongs.
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The GMB is lodging claims in the High Court for compensation on behalf of 70 construction workers whose names were discovered on a blacklist.
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The government is facing a potential rebellion from MPs over calls for a specific carbon reduction target for the energy industry by 2030.
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A new UN report on the Syrian conflict says there are "reasonable grounds" to believe that chemical weapons have been used.
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New Look back in profit
04 Jun 2013 9:51:02
Fashion retailer New Look returns to profit, boosted by online sales
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Plans are put forward to vaccinate badgers in west Cornwall to prevent them catching TB and passing it on to cows, an MP says.
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Robert Peston, the BBC's business editor, says a draft report from the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards is "highly significant".
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The number of registered job seekers in Spain fell in May as more firms hired people on a temporary basis ahead of the peak summer season.
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Napster's co-founder Sean Parker agrees to pay $2.5m (£1.6m) for building a huge wedding venue in an ecologically sensitive area of California.
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Small businesses are vital to generate much-needed jobs in France, but as in other countries, many start up firms find it difficult to get financing.
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A small communist style town in Spain claims to have no unemployment and no repossessions despite the economic crisis.
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Operations at a US-owned mine in Indonesia are suspended after the government orders a halt to production following a tunnel collapse which killed 28 workers.
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A dig on land destined for a new school in Gwynedd finds a Roman construction camp and an early medieval cemetery.
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Effort to preserve eight 4,000-year-old boats found in Cambridgeshire
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US carmaker Ford says it will recall 465,000 cars globally - including its 2013 Fusion model - to fix a possible fuel leak.
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