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High-resolution images taken from orbit identify the landing location of the lost Beagle2 probe, and it appears to be in one piece.
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The European Commission says in a preliminary finding that online retailer Amazon's tax arrangements in Luxembourg probably constitute "state aid".
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Stocks surged yesterday after the Reserve Bank of India surprised the market with a rate cut.
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Shares in Japan led losses across most of Asia on Friday following US and European stocks, and as the yen gained strength against the dollar.
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BP faces a fine of up to $13.7bn (£9bn) after a US judge ruled that the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill was smaller than initially feared.
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Four of the world's biggest tech giants - Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe - agree to a new settlement of $415m (£273.5m) in an attempt to resolve a class action lawsuit.
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Union leaders and the offshore body Oil and Gas UK are to hold talks about the future of the industry in Aberdeen on Friday.
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MPs on the Public Accounts Committee say they are "sceptical" about whether the government's HS2 rail line will deliver value for money.
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More than 100 food suppliers could be forced out of business as supermarkets cut prices in an effort to keep their customers, according to a new report.
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Prices Plummeting, Drones Start To Take Off
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How fashion chain Uniqlo netted two global tennis stars
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A council urges Tesco to sell land it owns in a Kent town after it pulled out of building a supermarket with restaurants and more than 200 flats.
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The mystery of the highest bird migration - the flight of bar-headed geese over the Himalayas - has finally been solved by scientists.
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Google ends sales of its Glass eyewear saying it wants to concentrate on developing future versions of the wearable device.
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Bank of America and Citigroup miss analysts' profit forecasts as both Wall Street giants struggle to restructure.
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Worldwide, violence is on the decline, but in the crowded cities of the global south — cities like Aleppo, Bamako and Caracas — violence is actually accelerating, fueled by the drug trade, mass unemployment and civil unrest. Security researcher Robert Muggah turns our attention toward these “fragile cities,” super-fast-growing places where infrastructure is weak and government often ineffective. He shows us the four big risks we face, and offers a way to change course.
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The US discount retailer Target is to shut all of its 133 stores in Canada two years after launching there.
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The Archbishops of Canterbury and York call for a rethink of the way poverty is addressed in the UK, and urge a greater take-up of the living wage.
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A business standing in the way of Tottenham Hotspur's £400m stadium redevelopment plans launches a High Court battle to stay put.
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Royal Bank of Scotland admits it has mis-sold loans to small business customers under the Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme.
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Regulator Ofcom will regularly assess whether BT's wholesale and retail prices for broadband are fair, it says.
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The risks posed by global conflicts will be at the top of the agenda when politicians and industry leaders meet in Switzerland next week.
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Hundreds more people considered to be "too poor to go bankrupt" will be able to use a system of personal insolvency.
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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi unveils two large phablets, comparing them directly with Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
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Australia has recorded its lowest investment in renewable energy since 2009.
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