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The eurozone is not viable in its current form, one of the UK's most successful fund managers has warned.
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UK businesses saw overall costs fall in February for the first time in six years, a survey suggests.
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A record-breaking attempt to fly around the world in a solar-powered plane is set to get under way on Monday from Abu Dhabi.
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China's monthly trade surplus hit a record $60.6bn (£40.3bn) in February, as exports grew and imports slid back.
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More businesses in Northern Ireland are bypassing the banks to find alternative ways to fund start-ups and expansion, an entrepreneur says.
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An Indonesian sports wear manufacturer apologises for a label that says: 'Give this to a woman to wash, it's her job.'
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The one millionth Morris Minor ever built is sold at an auction.
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Large companies will have to reveal differences in pay between men and women after the government agreed to implement the measure.
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The new government in Greece could hire tourists and housewives to spy on tax evaders, according to a document that was apparently leaked.
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Plans to install energy saving smart meters in every UK home and business by 2020 are at risk of veering off track, MPs has warned.
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Plans to install energy saving smart meters in every UK home and business by 2020 risk veering off track, an influential group of MPs warns.
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Brazil's Supreme Court backs an investigation into dozens of politicians over their alleged involvement in a corrupt scheme involving state oil firm Petrobras.
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Nigerian hairstyling - more lucrative than banking?
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Physicists pin down precisely how pipe-shaped cells in our retina filter the incoming colours.
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'My record reg plate could have cost £1m'
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A £1bn British Army contract to replace its Apache attack helicopters is being held up due to lobbying by the firm Augusta Westland, say Whitehall insiders.
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Throughout her career in banking Ilona Szabó de Carvalho never imagined she’d someday start a social movement. But living in her native Brazil, which leads the world in homicidal violence, she realized she couldn’t just stand by and watch drugs and guns tear her country apart. Szabó de Carvalho reveals four crucial lessons she learned when she left her cushy job and took a fearless stand against the status quo.
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Apple, the biggest US company by market value, will be included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 19 March.
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The US economy adds 295,000 jobs in February, while the unemployment rate fell to 5.5% from 5.7%, according to Labor Department figures.
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The BBC's Sameer Hashmi asks if the proposal for a universal social security system in India is realistic.
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The new pension freedoms will be an 'open season' for fraudsters trying to steal people's savings, according to the industry.
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A law passed in Germany will see 100 of the country's largest businesses appointing more women on their supervisory boards to meet the newly set quota of 30%.
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Local restaurants will soon feel the force of fast food in Kenya, reports the BBC's Michael Kaloki.
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The fast food industry is rapidly establishing itself across Africa, as Lerato Mbele reports.
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The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests.
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