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Police in Austria investigate how tens of thousands of euros' worth of banknotes ended up in the River Danube.
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Troubled Japanese tech giant Toshiba could face a record fine of 7.37bn yen ($60m; £39m) for its multi-billion dollar accounting scandal.
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A supermarket chain accidentally introduces a 20% discount at 140 stores instead of just at one branch - costing it thousands in lost revenue.
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The appeal of floral chintz overseas helps drive sales higher at British retailer Cath Kidston.
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Monarch says air passengers are booking later after terror attacks in Paris and Sharm el-Sheikh.
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Asian shares lose steam on Monday despite a positive start following a solid jobs report from the US on Friday.
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English councils made a record £693m profit from parking charges in 2014/15, according to the RAC Foundation.
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India's pharmacies are under pressure as online-only pharmacies are luring more and more customers away from traditional shops.
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Australia announces a plan to replace the faltering mining boom with an "ideas boom" by investing A$1.1b (£530m, $801m) in science and industry.
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Spanish infrastructure firm Ferrovial SA makes an all-cash takeover bid for the Australian detention centre operator Broadspectrum - formerly Transfield Services.
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The many hurdles to buying a home when you’re disabled
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Recreating a pioneering computer - in a shed
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Financial markets are experiencing an "uneasy calm", according to the Bank for International Settlements, a central bank association.
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A spacecraft carrying much-needed US supplies blasts off toward the International Space Station for the first time in months.
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Environment and foreign ministers from all over the world gather in Paris on Monday in a final push for a new global climate compact.
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The Premier of Alberta, Canada wants to completely phase out coal emissions.
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The BBC's Pinpaka Ngmsom meets the wealthy Thai businesswoman being described as the driving force behind Asia's solar energy revolution.
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Why the boss of Lush likes to get up people's noses
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The environmental questions facing the government
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Buyers purchasing a property in the last 12 months are typically £4,500 better off owing to the stamp duty changes of a year ago, a lender says.
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UK manufacturers face a miserable end to the year amid "gathering gloom" from the global economy, says industry body the EEF.
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UK retailers face radical changes in the amount of money they pay in business rates, new research suggests.
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Daniel Pardo explains how Venezuela's chronic inflation has left it short of bank notes.
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Iain Duncan Smith says he has "complete faith" in David Cameron's ability to secure welfare reforms as part of the UK's EU renegotiations.
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The UK government faces criticisms for an alleged mismatch between words and deeds on climate policy.
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