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The Dow Jones Industrial Average hits a fresh record high as financial stocks continue to rally.
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The RSPCA and British Heart Foundation are fined over data protection breaches.
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Donald Trump's plan to erect a huge sea wall at his Irish golf course have been withdrawn in the light of stiff opposition.
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Len McCluskey will step down next April as leader of Unite, but stand immediately for re-election.
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Glasgow Prestwick Airport signs an agreement with Houston Spaceport as it continues its bid to become the UK's first launch site.
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US Supreme Court rules in favour of Samsung in patent dispute with Apple over iPhone design.
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Donald Trump says he wants to cancel the "out-of-control" order with Boeing for presidential planes.
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A project is underway to record the underwater behaviour of Britain's grey seals.
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Len McCluskey
Today » 6:27:54
Len McCluskey is general secretary of Unite, the UK's biggest union. We chart his political roots and his support for Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party.
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Sales of custard creams and digestive biscuits are crumbling as Britons opt for healthier and more indulgent treats.
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The UK government agrees a deal to sublet a Barclays office in London's Canary Wharf for about 5,700 civil servants.
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More than 85 million accounts at video sharing site Dailymotion have been hacked, Leakedsource says.
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Spread betting on financial markets will be more tightly regulated by the financial watchdog.
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German energy suppliers can claim compensation over the phasing out of nuclear power, a court says.
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Draw it
Yesterday » 2:33:46
We want you to show us your interpretation of the business stories that have affected you this year.
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For the first time, vinyl albums make more money for the music industry than downloads.
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A Brexit deal will need to be reached by October 2018, EU negotiator Michel Barnier says.
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Lego, the Danish toy maker, aims to forge more partnerships to build its brand as it appoints a new chief executive.
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Report finds the UK's financial services sector paid £71.4bn in tax last year - more than 10% of all tax receipts.
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Why two rainbow-coloured lions have sparked a debate about LGBT rights in Hong Kong.
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Enterprising Indians are seeing opportunity after almost 90% of bank notes were withdrawn.
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Augmented reality app Blippar can now recognise the faces of 70,000 public figures.
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Stricter rules for firms offering financial spread betting products are proposed by the watchdog.
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Shares in financial spread betting firms plunge after the Financial Conduct Authority proposes stricter rules for the sector.
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Railway management in England is set for a major overhaul, promises Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
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