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More than 13 years after the original towers were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, New York's World Trade Center has re-opened for business
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Ideal growing conditions means British fruit farmers are still harvesting strawberries into November.
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Microsoft has stopped selling Windows 7 and 8 as statistics suggest people are slowly adopting its newer software.
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The Woodland Trust asks for votes to choose England's first Tree of the Year to compete in a Europe-wide contest.
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Talks aimed at averting further strikes by German train drivers break down, the country's rail operator Deutsche Bahn says.
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The UK will pursue its "national interest" by seeking immigration changes despite German warnings about its future in the EU, George Osborne says.
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Homeowners are having to pay 'sneaky' and 'unclear' mortgage fees, according to the consumer organisation Which?
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Activity in the UK manufacturing sector grew at its fastest pace for three months in October, despite a sharp fall in export orders, a survey indicates.
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Safety board gives early details of fatal Virgin Galactic crash
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Oil production starts at the major Golden Eagle development in the UK North Sea, according to operators Nexen Petroleum UK.
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Ryanair's chief executive Michael O'Leary says a greater focus on "customer experience" is behind its rise in half-year profits.
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Manufacturing growth in the eurozone is slower than expected in October with price cutting failing to lift orders, according to a survey.
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A safety device on the Virgin Galactic spacecraft that crashed on Friday deployed early during the fatal test flight, US investigators say.
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Chairman Phil Gartside is in Thailand to discuss a possible takeover of Bolton Wanderers, reports BBC Radio Manchester.
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The FTSE 100 edges higher, with airline shares boosted after Ryanair raises its full-year profit forecast.
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HSBC has set aside $378m (£237m) to cover potential costs from investigations into currency trading.
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Millions of taxpayers will this week start to receive a breakdown of how their tax has been spent.
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US officials say a descent safety device on the crashed Virgin Galactic spacecraft deployed early during Friday's fatal test flight.
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French advertising giant Publicis agrees to buy US-based Sapient for $3.7bn (£2.3bn) in cash.
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Japanese carmaker Toyota saw a strong rise in sales through its two joint ventures in China last month.
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Ryanair raises its full-year profit forecast and reports a 32% increase in half-year profit to €795m.
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The hotel group Starwood is to begin giving hotel guests the option to by-pass check-in and simply use their smartphones to enter their hotel rooms.
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A 29-year-old British banker accused of murdering two women in Hong Kong after their bodies were found in an apartment arrives at court.
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Virgin Galactic insists safety has always been central to its operations, following the crash of its experimental spacecraft in the US on Friday.
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Argentina temporarily bans the consumer products giant Procter & Gamble from doing business amid accusations of tax fraud.
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