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How clean technology could save your business
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The curious creature that could provide the clothes of the future
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The world is barely enough for Norwegian airline
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A judge approves the California city of Stockton's bankruptcy filing, making it the most populous US city ever to enter bankruptcy protection.
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Apple boss Tim Cook apologises to Chinese consumers after state media accuses the firm of arrogance and greed.
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Herculaneum was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79 AD. Later excavated, it has now thrown up a treasure trove of secrets.
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The unlikely location of Kashmir is making a name for itself as one of the worlds top ski destinations.
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Consumers are wasting money by not understanding the cost of accessing emails and social networking sites via their mobile phones, according to the website billmonitor.com.
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William Shakespeare's lesser known role as an illegal food hoarder 400 years ago helps us understand him as a more complex figure, says new research.
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Healthcare campaigners hail India's rejection of a patent bid by Swiss company Novartis for its cancer drug, Glivec, amid industry criticism.
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One afternoon, Kees Moeliker got a research opportunity few ornithologists would wish for: A flying duck slammed into his glass office building, died, and then … what happened next would change his life. [Note: Contains graphic images and descriptions of sexual behavior in animals.]
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Indian Supreme Court's landmark ruling on Novartis cancer drug
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Efforts to save Scotland's oldest continually-operating textile mill from closure fail, leading to the loss of 33 jobs.
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The Russian government says it will not compensate Russian savers who have lost money in the Cyprus banking crisis.
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A paradoxical phenomenon involving more melt water may explain the recent expansion of Antarctic sea ice, scientists tell Nature Geoscience journal.
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The first supercomputer to carry out 1,000 trillion calculations per second is switched off for good in the US state of New Mexico.
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Ex-foreign secretary David Miliband resigns from the board of Sunderland FC because of new head coach Paolo Di Canio's "past political statements".
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Lord Turner, head of the now-disbanded Financial Services Authority, is to join a US think tank co-founded by billionaire investor George Soros.
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India's Supreme Court rejects a plea by Swiss company Novartis to patent an updated version of its cancer drug, Glivec.
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Government changes to the welfare system have started coming into effect, including benefit cuts for some people with spare bedrooms.
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Chinese manufacturing activity increases at its fastest pace in 11 months during March, indicating that an economic recovery is continuing.
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Japanese business sentiment improves in the January to March quarter, the Bank of Japan's Tankan survey indicates.
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More families are shunning full building surveys so they can raise enough cash to buy a home, but this can lead to big repair bills later, surveyors say.
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The angels helping Indian start-ups grow their businesses
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The price of everything from post to plane rides goes up
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