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Marks and Spencer reported a "mixed quarter", while supermarket Tesco boasted record festive trade.
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The iconic Violet Crumble is sold by Nestle to a local family firm for an undisclosed sum.
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Government cryptocurrency concerns include tax evasion and people developing gambling addictions
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Newly discovered fossils in Germany shed light on the emergence of butterflies and moths.
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A think tank says cities such as Sheffield and Nottingham gain most from international students.
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Net gains
11 Jan 2018 0:09:06
Basketball rivals the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers are in the UK to boost the NBA's global presence.
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Donald's decision
11 Jan 2018 0:04:33
Of all the questions hanging over world trade in 2018, none loom larger than Donald Trump's attitude to it.
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Barclays and Goldman Sachs meet the PM as the UK seeks a Brexit deal to include financial services.
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Theresa May will launch a 25-year plan to improve the environment but green groups say it has no legal force.
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Attendees were evacuated from an area hosting Samsung, LG and Sony at the giant Las Vegas trade fair.
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The 87-year-old US investor promotes two executives who have 'Berkshire in their blood'.
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A UK subsidiary of US tech giant is ordered to make the payment following an 'extensive audit'.
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Astronomers have explained enigmatic radio waves that were once considered a potential message from aliens.
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The Shadow Chancellor will share Labour's 'alternative economic approach' to capitalism.
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The vegetable slices, part of its new Veggie range, were being sold for £2 a packet.
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Unwelcome extra
10 Jan 2018 6:47:57
Business will no longer be able to charge customers for paying by card, so what does this mean for prices?
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How can Africans find solutions to Africa's problems? Conservation biologist Kevin Njabo tells his personal story of how he nearly became part of the group of African scientists who seek an education abroad and never return -- and why he's now building a permanent base on the continent to nurture and support local talent. "I'm not coming back alone. I'm bringing with me Western scientists, entrepreneurs and students," Njabo says. "When that happens, Africa will be on the way to solving Africa's problems."
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The action comes amid a series of disputes between the two North American neighbours.
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Dominic Chappell, in charge when BHS collapsed, says a pension investigation weighed on the retailer.
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The regulator says its £400,000 fine follows the discovery of rudimentary mistakes by the retailer.
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The chief executive of a Birmingham company explains how it has continued to flourish in tough times.
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Sainsbury's boss agrees the wrapping on coconuts is "daft" - but its supplier says it is recyclable.
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Alzheimer's charities call the news a "heavy blow" to those living with dementia.
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Chinese business leaders are offered the chance to pay for dinner and a photo with the ex-PM.
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Dermot Nolan is cross-examined by MPs investigating the government's plans to cap some energy bills.
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