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The government sets out a series of ways to make it easier for people to switch bank accounts, ahead of a major report on High Street banks.
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The growing attraction of pushing through the pain barrier
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The Cuban government, working with a US environmental group, announces a long-term plan to protect shark populations swimming in its waters.
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EDF Energy has reached an agreement with China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN) for a nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point, Somerset.
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EBay's profits for the third quarter fell slightly in the wake of its recent split from fast-growing payments business PayPal.
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The robot rover that Europe is building to send to Mars is likely to be targeted at an equatorial region known as Oxia Planum.
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Membership of the EU has made the UK economy more dynamic and able to grow without generating inflation or a financial crisis.
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David Cameron defends the UK's business links with China as he says deals worth £40bn have been struck during President Xi Jinping's visit.
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Sports channel ESPN says it is cutting 4% of the company's workforce as it fights to keep competitive.
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Would you buy a synthetic diamond?
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The quality of today's synthetic diamonds is so good, that you have to be an expert to tell them apart from the real thing, as the BBC's Sharanjit Leyl reports.
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Coca-Cola reports a 5% decline in revenue for the third quarter of 2015, caused by a strong dollar.
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Shares in sports car maker Ferrari gain 15% on their first day of trading in New York.
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General Motors reports a fall in three-month profits as a result of ignition-switch settlement payouts.
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says an average global oil price of $88 a barrel is needed to guarantee investments worldwide.
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Aircraft maker Boeing reports a 25% rise in quarterly profit, helped by a rise in deliveries of commercial aircraft.
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What does the power station deal with China mean?
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Starbucks and Fiat Chrysler have been told they must pay back between €20m (£15m) and €30m in taxes after European tax deals were ruled illegal.
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The FTSE 100 falls, with shares in publishing group Pearson diving 16% after it warns full-year earnings will at the low end of expectations.
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Volunteers have mapped the UK coastline to identify the damage by industrial development.
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Public sector net borrowing fell in the first six months of the financial year, official figures show.
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Japanese car manufacturer Toyota is recalling 6.5 million vehicles over a faulty window switch.
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A new government pensions campaign is targeting small employers to remind them they must offer pensions to all employees.
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Merlin Entertainments signs a deal with China Media Capital to establish a Legoland park in Shanghai.
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Shares in the luxury carmaker Ferrari will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, fuelling excitement among investors and enthusiasts alike.
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