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Japanese electronics giant Sharp posts a huge loss in its last annual earnings before taken over by Foxconn later in the year.
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Telephone and broadband provider Talktalk saw profits more than halve following a hack attack on its systems last October.
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A firm accused of sexism after insisting a female receptionist had to wear high heels changes its policy to allow "plain flat shoes" at work.
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Shares in Japanese car maker Nissan fall as the company confirms it is in talks to take a major stake in embattled rival Mitsubishi Motors.
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Japanese car makers Mitsubishi Motors and Nissan confirm talks of a capital tie-up as the former struggles with a scandal over falsifying fuel efficiency.
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The number of people interested in buying a house in April fell to its lowest level for nearly eight years, according to surveyors across the UK.
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With interest rates for savers at new record lows, new analysis shows that many people relying on their savings income are worse off than ever before.
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Foreign firms that own property in the UK will have to declare their assets publicly, Prime Minister David Cameron says ahead of a global anti-corruption summit in London.
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India is the world's biggest exporter of beef but a ban on cow slaughter in many states has severely affected the lives of cattle farmers.
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The businesses inspired by serious illness
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A fox cub falls down a drain and the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service come to the rescue.
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Saudi Arabia's state oil company has opened its door to Western journalists ahead of a massive share flotation.
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Google announces plans to ban ads from so-called payday lenders, in a move the company hopes will limit what it calls a "harmful" industry.
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The price of petrol in Nigeria is set to rise by two thirds in a government bid to end crippling fuel shortages.
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German sportswear firm Adidas is to end its sponsorship of English football club Chelsea six years early, as it concentrates on fewer teams and individual players.
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Zika virus can enter the brains of mice in the womb to stunt development, the first animal tests show.
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Kickstarter is investigating claims that money given to a tech project was instead used to build a home.
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Former boss of BHS Sir Philip Green accuses the head of the Pensions Regulator of giving "incorrect" evidence to MPs.
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US department store Macy's sees income fall 40% and it slashes forecasts for the year amidst a shopping slump
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Disney: Infinity is over
11 May 2016 4:50:59
The company cited lower than expected returns, and said it will stop publishing its own games.
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Conceptual artist and TED Fellow Sanford Biggers uses painting, sculpture, video and performance to spark challenging conversations about the history and trauma of black America. Join him as he details two compelling works and shares the motivation behind his art. "Only through more thoughtful dialogue about history and race can we evolve as individuals and society," Biggers says.
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Europe's Swarm space mission is providing an unprecedented view of Earth's protective magnetic field, scientists say.
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Hundreds of thousands of women who say they were not made aware their state pension would be delayed have lost their fight against the move.
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A 27-year-old woman working for a City firm says she was sent home for refusing to wear high heels. But is this legal, fair or healthy?
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European Competition commission blocks Telefonica's sale of O2 to Three owner CK Hutchison.
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