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UK house prices recorded their biggest annual increase for nearly three years in July - up 3.9%, the Nationwide building society says.
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Australia unveils a levy on some bank deposits for a stability fund aimed at safeguarding against a banking collapse.
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A mining company is convicted and fined for desecrating an Aboriginal site in Australia, in the first court ruling of its kind.
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Cloud computing is a growing industry, but can the technology bring down the costs of doing business for firms?
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India eases key rules on foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail in an attempt to attract investment from foreign firms and boost growth.
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Google-owned Motorola has unveiled a phone that is "always listening" for the owner's voice commands.
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Japanese cosmetics giant Kanebo has apologised after more than 4,000 customers across Asia complained of developing patches on their skin after using its skin lightening products.
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A team of researchers uses radar to follow the flight of the honey bee
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Ultrasound treatments could be used to prevent a common kidney complication than can arise after surgery, researchers suggest.
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Changes in climate are strongly linked to increases in violence around the world, a study by US scientists suggests.
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Is exercise key to winning in business?
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The Glasgow 2014 Games means business
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Scientists in the US have built a camera that can show light moving by taking pictures with an exposure time one billion times shorter than a normal camera.
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Are traditional ways of making things doomed to die out?
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More than half of UK adults are struggling to keep up with bills and debt repayments, a major survey of people's finances suggests.
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China's corruption drive
01 Aug 2013 1:14:16
China's drive to end corruption takes effect
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A New York jury finds former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre liable for fraud in a complex mortgage deal that cost investors $1bn.
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Motorola, owned by Google, has unveiled a new smartphone that is "always listening" for user commands.
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New data from Greenland ice cores suggest North America may have suffered a large cosmic impact about 12,900 years ago.
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Sleeping under the stars can affect our circadian rhythms say scientists and restore our natural sleep patterns.
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US oil giant Exxon Mobil reports its lowest quarterly profit in more than three years, as net income fell by 57% on the year before.
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During a Formula 1 race, a car sends hundreds of millions of data points to its garage for real-time analysis and feedback. So why not use this detailed and rigorous data system elsewhere, like ... at children’s hospitals? Peter van Manen tells us more.
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The chief executive of O2 Ronan Dunne explains the advantages of the 4G network.
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Researchers say that planting large amounts of trees in deserts could cheaply and effectively remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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