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US economy adds 211,000 jobs
04 Dec 2015 3:51:18
US jobs growth remained solid in November as the economy added 211,000 jobs, which could now signal a December interest rate rise.
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Securing food supplies amid a changing climate.
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Managing director of Hallimax (Far East) Ltd, K L Sewani, runs a successful electronics business in Taiwan.
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A supermarket has pioneered a grape-growing project in the UK, producing edible, table grapes for market in the UK for the first time.
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London shares fell in early trading, with broker recommendations behind some of the day's biggest movers so far.
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Strippers, online escort agencies and adult club owners have been told to reveal all when it comes to their tax affairs.
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The British astronaut Tim Peake is going to run next April's London Marathon on a treadmill - in space.
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Volkswagen sales fell 20% in the UK last month following the diesel emissions scandal.
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BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg defends his move to set up a limited liability company (LLC) to act as a vehicle for philanthropic activities.
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Rail fares will rise by an average of 1.1% from 2 January, 2016, it has been announced, the lowest rise for six years.
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US ride-sharing service Lyft expands global partnership to include India's Ola and South East Asia's GrabTaxi, in a challenge to rival Uber.
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Earning a Michelin star can change the fortunes of a restaurant, as the establishment's head of international operations Michael Ellis tells Asia Business Report.
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With India's rapid urbanisation, the demand for businesses that can help people learn or improve their English is growing.
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A US judge rejects a bid by Takata and Honda to end a class action lawsuit representing millions of owners of cars with potentially faulty airbags.
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Asian shares open lower following the global trend as investors react negatively to the European Central Bank's policy-easing moves.
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Pub chain JD Wetherspoon says card information of 100 customers who purchased vouchers online was stolen from database.
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More than 90% of migratory birds are poorly protected on their marathon journeys around the world, according to research.
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Cities around the world could use water from rivers and the sea to stay cool as the climate heats, city mayors have been told.
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More students are going Dutch to dodge tuition fees
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How energy storage could save the planet
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Will a Chinese buyer snap up Michael Jackson's ranch?
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A gadget that promises to turn almost any regular watch into a smartwatch is being developed in the US.
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Mount Etna, the volcano on the Italian island of Sicily, has erupted in spectacular fashion.
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Sir Richard Branson is going to use one of his old Virgin Atlantic 747-400 jumbos to act as a platform to launch rockets into orbit.
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