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Views on airport expansion submitted to the government-appointed Airports Commission have been wide ranging and interesting, the panel's chairman Sir Howard Davies has said.
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The new governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, is unveiling a new strategy of "forward guidance". The BBC asks how it might affect people with mortgages.
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Business news with Simon Jack including reports.
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Walt Disney warns its Lone Ranger summer blockbuster will lose between $160m-$190m as heavy spending on promotion fails to bring returns.
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The recent hot weather has contributed to the death of thousands of fish as lack of rainfall has lowered oxygen levels in the water.
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Three "quick sale" companies that promise to sell properties for struggling homeowners are to be formally investigated by a regulator.
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As foreign investment pours into Africa, the relationship between those bringing the money and the local Africans is not always rosy.
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For the first time in seven years, job seekers in China prefer to seek employment with domestic companies rather than the big multi-nationals, according to a new report.
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With Chinese companies hiring 15% fewer graduates this year, those leaving the country's universities are finding it tougher than ever to get a job.
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The US government filed two lawsuits against Bank of America relating to fraud on $850m (£553m) of mortgage-backed securities.
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The new governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, is set to unveil a new strategy of "forward guidance".
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China levies a record fine of 670m yuan ($109m; £71m) on six producers of infant formula for price-fixing, state media say.
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US President Barack Obama urges a revamp of the housing market that would "wind down" government-owned mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
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India has picked a former International Monetary Fund chief economist as the head of its central bank, as it struggles to revive its slowing economy.
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The government's new teacher training programme is failing to recruit enough science and maths specialists, warns a leading teacher recruitment expert.
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Jumping spiders use their dragline of silk to stabilise themselves mid-air and land of their feet ready to pounce, say scientists.
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The world's largest bid to harness the power of fusion has entered a "critical" phase in the south of France.
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Could an English mine provide clues for extraterrestrial life?
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Taxis are transport options in most cities around the world, but how do they vary in price around the globe?
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Scientists say that dolphins can remember the whistles of old companions even after 20 years of separation.
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Researchers report the first case of human-to-human transmission of the new bird flu strain that has emerged in China.
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Forging back to growth
06 Aug 2013 3:23:37
The man who rebuilt his business and feels like a lottery winner
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Could the tiny organisms living deep underground hold the key to whether life could thrive beyond the Earth?
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Did Mark Carney guide Canada to growth?
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Three "quick sale" companies that promise to sell properties for struggling homeowners are to be formally investigated by a regulator.
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