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What next for Greece?
23 Jul 2015 1:16:05
What is the outlook for Greece?
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Scientists work out how boa constrictors kill their prey, busting the myth that the snakes suffocate their victims.
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Qualcomm says it aims to cut costs and jobs and might restructure itself as it delivers a fresh profit warning in the face of rising competition.
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The UK government should relax its clampdown on onshore wind subsidies, the Scottish government says.
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UK car production hit a seven-year high in the first half of the year, the industry's trade body has said.
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Why Sir Richard says firms should hire more rule breakers
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New York City has backed down in a row with taxi hailing app Uber, dropping plans to limit the number of cars it operates in the City.
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A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying three crew members to the International Space Station blasts off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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New York state fast food workers' wages will eventually rise to $15 (£9.60) an hour, after a state wage board unanimously recommended the increase.
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Scientists come up with an improved method for building tiny 3D structures out of strands of DNA.
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Oil prices have slipped after official US government data showed an unexpected rise in oil stocks last week.
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New research suggests that the impact of fracking and shale gas in reducing US carbon emissions has been overstated.
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Italian coffee firm Lavazza has offered to buy French brand Carte Noire for around €800m, sources say.
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Some of us learn best in the classroom, and some of us ... well, we don't. But we still love to learn, to find out new things about the world and challenge our minds. We just need to find the right place to do it, and the right community to learn with. In this charming talk, author John Green shares the world of learning he found in online video.
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Apple shares have fallen sharply despite the technology giant reporting a big jump in third quarter profits.
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MPs accuse the government of denying them a say over planned cuts to solar subsidies, with an announcement coming a day after the summer recess began.
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US drinks giant Coca-Cola sees a 20% rise in profit rise to $3.1bn (£2bn) thanks to an increase in prices.
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US aerospace firm Boeing has reported a 33% fall in quarterly profit after taking a charge over delays to a military refueling aircraft.
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Two separate genetic analyses have found evidence for a surprising genetic link between the native populations of the Americas and Oceania.
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The latest images from Nasa's New Horizons probe reveal another mountain range on Pluto.
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A UK-based security company shows the BBC how a digital-radio broadcast can be used to seize control of a car's computer systems.
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Bank of England policymakers were unanimous in holding UK rates at 0.5% this month, but "a number" noted rising inflation risks.
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More than half of the under 40s will be renting homes from private landlords in the UK in 10 years' time, accountancy firm PwC has predicted.
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The FTSE 100 falls, with shares in chip-designer Arm Holdings down after Apple's latest earnings forecast disappointed the market.
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No-frills airline Easyjet reports better-than-expected quarterly revenues, helped by strong demand for beach holidays.
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