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Total pay in some parts of the UK has shrunk by more than 10% since the start of the downturn in 2007, an analysis by union body the TUC suggests.
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SoftBank sweetens its bid for the third-largest US phone carrier Sprint Nextel, as it looks to become one of the world's largest mobile operators.
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Will desalination work for parched Chinese region?
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Sony has unveiled the look of its PlayStation 4 video games console at the E3 trade show in Los Angeles.
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China is running out of water some parts of the country now have their water rationed.
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The United Kingdom's trade and investment minister, Lord Stephen Green, is in Asia on a two week trip drumming up business for his flagging economy at home.
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Beyond Singapore's clean streets and strong job market, the financial incentive of a low tax rate is, for many, one of its biggest pull factors.
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Air India, which has not made a profit since 2007, is pinning its hopes on Boeing's fuel efficient Dreamliner aircraft to help its revival plans.
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Inventing with your own crowd of virtual Oompa Loompas
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Lloyds Bank admits shortcomings in its handling of complaints from customers who were victims of a major financial scandal.
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A new report says cycle tourism is worth up to £239m and makes the case for Scotland being branded a "must visit" cycle destination.
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A floral, scented lawn, planted in a West London park is friendlier to pollinating insects than traditional grass, according to researchers.
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Three Chinese astronauts are ready to launch on their Long March rocket on 15-day mission that will take them to the Tiangong orbiting laboratory.
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A plan for current account customers to switch bank or building society within seven working days has moved a step closer with the publication of the system's guarantee.
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The super competitive world of getting a good internship
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Estimated global reserves of shale oil could increase total world crude resources by 11%, according to a US government report.
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A German court has ruled a bank supervisor was unfairly fired for missing a multi-million-euro error by a clerk who fell asleep during a transaction.
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A new tool suggests that the reality of land acquisition around the world differs greatly from media reports.
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Activity observed in the brain when using a "mind machine" is similar to how the brain learns new motor skills like riding a bike, scientists say.
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Video game giant EA on tackling its image problem
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A Canadian astronaut who captivated the world with his images and videos on social media from the International Space Station (ISS) is retiring.
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India's new plan to tackle tax avoiders - send in the musicians
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A German World War II Dornier bomber has been raised from the bottom of the English Channel in a salvage operation by the RAF Museum.
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Apple unveils a new look for its iOS smartphone and tablet operating system and iTunes Radio - a streaming music service - at its developers conference in San Francisco.
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Coventry City administrator Paul Appleton announces deadline for final offers for the League One club is noon on Thursday.
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