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Business groups write to the prime minister urging the government not to waver on Heathrow expansion.
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Five weeks into the IT crisis, the bank says experts from IBM will remain "for as long as it takes".
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Deaths of 13 protesters in India prompts shadow chancellor to call for action by the London Stock Exchange.
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Discount store TJ Hughes has paid damages after selling about 2,500 of counterfeit polo shirts.
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The Italian-American car maker says no injuries or crashes are related to the large recall campaign.
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A charity estimates that three million people - primarily women - were in arrears on a priority bill last year.
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Tetra Pak thinks plastic straws should not be banned, but instead disposed of properly.
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Yours for a pound
Today » 1:28:07
As the owner of Homebase sells the troubled DIY chain, what other firms have been bought for £1?
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Why President Buhari of Nigeria is reluctant to sign the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.
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A customer took more than four hours to get through to TSB by which time most of the money had gone.
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The Russian oligarch leaves the aluminium producer to try shield it from US sanctions against him.
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Complaints against the web giants are filed on the first day of the EU's new data protection law.
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The Evening Standard editor and former chancellor joins Italian investment fund that owns Juventus.
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The company's dip in profits also followed charges linked to the controversial merger of its retail arm with rival Npower.
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"Productive talks" took place and a new pay deal has been offered, Unite officials say.
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The LA Times is among many sites blocked to European users over new EU rules on using personal data.
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The sale ends the disastrous entry into the UK retail hardware market by Australia's Wesfarmers.
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A US court ordered Samsung to pay Apple damages in a patent dispute which began in 2011.
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The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the light bulb became a million dollar idea.
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Strawb bots
Yesterday » 3:44:53
Strawberry producers say labour shortages are driving them to find robotic fruit pickers instead.
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Strawberry producers say they can't find enough humans to pick their fruit, so are robots the answer?
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Water good idea
Yesterday » 3:43:46
The couple whose "bhungroo" invention is protecting thousands of farmers from drought and monsoon floods.
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Sales of homes for more than £1m have hit a new high. See how many were sold near you in the last decade.
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Tough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday, but many firms say they are not ready.
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A senior EU official describes the UK's negotiating position as a "fantasy", after talks in Brussels.
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