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Large businesses will have to provide details of how much they pay men and women, in an attempt to tackle the gender pay gap.
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BBC's Allan Little considers how Britain's trading history with its European neighbours has shaped what has proved a controversial political relationship.
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The apps aiming to shake up grocery shopping in South America
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Morgan Stanley will pay $3.2bn (£2.2bn) to US authorities to settle claims that it misled investors about risky mortgage bonds sold before the financial crisis.
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British Gas has become the last of the big six energy providers to announce a cut to prices.
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Why millions of UK adults are going back to school. For some, it's an opportunity to learn a new skill, for others it's an avenue back into the world of work.
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The boss of the airline Lufthansa, Carsten Spohr, has told the BBC that there was nothing that Lufthansa could have done to prevent the Germanwings crash last year.
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Google's UK head, Matt Brittin, is asked about his salary as he appeared before the Public Accounts Committee.
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Manchester United are on track to become the first British club to earn more than £500m in one year despite lack of success.
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Google's UK chief defends the search giant's tax arrangements in a hearing before MPs on the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
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The BBC's economics correspondent, Andy Verity, explains what a coco bond is.
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Two brothers who swapped oil and gas for a life as rum distillers say they want to put Scotland on the global rum map.
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British Gas and EDF Energy announce they are cutting their gas prices, the last of the big six energy suppliers to do so.
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Johnston Press confirms it is in advanced talks to buy the cut-price national daily newspaper - the i - for about £24m.
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Rio Tinto drags down FTSE 100
Yesterday » 8:35:22
London's top shares open sharply lower, with mining giant Rio Tinto among the biggest fallers after it revealed an annual loss of £596m.
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Comments by a Facebook board member could put Mark Zuckerberg's global plans on the back foot.
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French oil major Total reports a 20% increase in annual net profit to $5.1bn, compared with $4.2bn a year earlier.
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Rio Tinto reports a slump in net profits and keeps its dividend flat, hit by the fall in commodity prices.
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The Hollywood studio behind the US film Dallas Buyers Club is no longer pursuing its piracy case against Australians accused of illegally downloading the movie.
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The US Senate votes unanimously in favour of tougher sanctions against North Korea after its recent nuclear and rocket tests.
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Hong Kong shares sink 4%
Yesterday » 1:54:19
Hong Kong shares join the regional downward trend, falling 4%, as trading resumes after the Lunar New Year break.
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Most grocery shoppers are unable to identify the cheapest deals when faced with a blizzard of "special offers" in stores, financial experts say.
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Surveyors are witnessing a surge of demand from buy-to-let investors which they expect to push up house prices.
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BT to divert nuisance calls
Yesterday » 0:08:39
BT says it will launch a new service later this year to divert nuisance calls within its network before they ring on customers' phones.
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Is it becoming harder for international firms to avoid tax?
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