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Filipino Jonathan Allen Yabut has won the first series of The Apprentice Asia, the reality show featuring Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes. Rico Hizon spoke to him about his hopes for the future.
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International Airlines Group reports a second-quarter profit, helped by signs of a turnaround at its Spanish carrier Iberia.
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Toyota raises its forecast for annual profit as a weak yen and a recovery in sales in the US continue to boost its growth.
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A £5m project to restore more than 800 acres of damaged woodland on the edge of Dartmoor to its native state has begun.
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More than half of UK adults are struggling to keep up with their bills and debt repayments, compared to just over a third in 2006, a survey suggests.
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Royal Bank of Scotland confirms that Ross McEwan will be its new chief executive and reports a swing back into profit for the first half of the year.
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What can be done to involve more women in science?
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Expeditions on Mount Everest will be more closely monitored from next year, after a series of embarrassing incidents, the BBC has learnt.
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UK house prices recorded their biggest annual increase for nearly three years in July - up 3.9%, the Nationwide building society says.
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Australia unveils a levy on some bank deposits for a stability fund aimed at safeguarding against a banking collapse.
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A mining company is convicted and fined for desecrating an Aboriginal site in Australia, in the first court ruling of its kind.
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Cloud computing is a growing industry, but can the technology bring down the costs of doing business for firms?
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India eases key rules on foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail in an attempt to attract investment from foreign firms and boost growth.
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Google-owned Motorola has unveiled a phone that is "always listening" for the owner's voice commands.
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Japanese cosmetics giant Kanebo has apologised after more than 4,000 customers across Asia complained of developing patches on their skin after using its skin lightening products.
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A team of researchers uses radar to follow the flight of the honey bee
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Ultrasound treatments could be used to prevent a common kidney complication than can arise after surgery, researchers suggest.
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Changes in climate are strongly linked to increases in violence around the world, a study by US scientists suggests.
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Is exercise key to winning in business?
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What it means to BBC viewers and listeners
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The Glasgow 2014 Games means business
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Scientists in the US have built a camera that can show light moving by taking pictures with an exposure time one billion times shorter than a normal camera.
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Are traditional ways of making things doomed to die out?
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More than half of UK adults are struggling to keep up with bills and debt repayments, a major survey of people's finances suggests.
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China's corruption drive
01 Aug 2013 1:14:16
China's drive to end corruption takes effect
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