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Donald, 26, talks through his day as an professional online poker player and explains why he doesn't think it has a future.
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More than 200 schools built in Scotland under private finance schemes are at least partially owned by offshore investment funds, BBC Scotland finds.
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US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is reportedly in advanced talks to buy cancer drug firm Medivation for about $14bn (£10.7bn).
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A widespread drought in southern Africa has knock-on effects on honey production in Zambia.
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We're often urged to strive for excellence, to be the best we can be, to push for more - but some argue we'd be happier if we calmed down and embraced mediocrity.
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Delivering results
21 Aug 2016 2:55:11
How the chief executive of UPS went from low level, part-time worker to chief executive of the world's largest parcel delivery service.
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The Federal Reserve is close to hitting its targets for US jobs and inflation, says vice chairman Stanley Fischer, in comments likely to fuel the interest rate debate.
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A consortium led by Chinese investment firm Everbright is interested in buying a stake in Liverpool Football Club, according to media reports.
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Urjit Patel, a former Yale University economist with a reputation as a hawk on inflation, is appointed governor of India's central bank.
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The My Shop series visits Casa Brasil in central London, which is enjoying a surge of customers thanks to the Rio Olympics.
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Prime Minister Theresa May should begin formal talks for the UK to leave the EU "as soon as possible", Brexit campaigner Iain Duncan Smith says.
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Firefighters in California gain ground in tackling the massive Blue Cut wildfire, containing around 40% and allowing many evacuees to return home.
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Viacom's chief executive is expected to leave following a fraught battle for control of the US media giant
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More than five million renters are at risk of losing their home, should they become unemployed, claims an insurance industry report.
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What is the state of the UK economy in the wake of the country's vote to leave the EU? And what have we learnt from the past week's clutch of numbers?
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German carmaker Opel plans to cut its workers' hours this year because it expects Brexit to hurt its UK sales.
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Estee Launder's turnover grows as the selfie means that the snap-happy want to be camera ready at all times.
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With warmth and respect, Gonzalo Vilariño tells the captivating story of Argentina's blind soccer team -- and how a sincere belief in themselves and their capabilities transformed the players from humble beginnings into two-time World Champions. "You have to get out there and play every game in this beautiful tournament that we call life," Vilariño says.
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Has the City of London already decided that the UK will not be able to keep full membership of the EU single market after Brexit?
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An 'unlimited' smartphone data deal that charges extra for premium services may be in breach of US net neutrality rules, campaigners say.
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Celebrity make-up artist Jackie Mgido tells the BBC how she set up Zimbabwe's first cosmetics firm.
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Australia blocks the sale of Ausgrid, the country's biggest energy grid, to two Chinese companies over security concerns.
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Tapping into strong cultural bonds with cattle in South Africa, an entrepreneur has set up a firm for investors to crowdfund cows.
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The UK government had a smaller budget surplus than expected in July, the first calendar month since the Brexit vote.
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A study finds that Australian zebra finches sing to their eggs in hot conditions and these "incubation calls" change the chicks' development.
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