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The boss of one of the world's biggest palm oil traders tells the BBC that conditions are tough but he expects better times ahead.
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has sparked a maternity leave debate in the US. So how much time should parents take off work?
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BBC News looks at a refurbished tube train in London, which has become an unlikely office space for a group of workers.
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The business owners who spend all their time on the road
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Some 3.7 million women - nearly three in 10 employees - will receive a pay rise by 2020 owing to the new National Living Wage, research by a think tank suggests.
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Alton Towers founder John Broome intends to turn a Cornwall theme park into a "premier European resort."
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Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner sues US toy company Hasbro for more than $5m over a toy hamster over a toy hamster that she says resembles her and shares her name..
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Is global trade in decline and what does it mean for inflation?
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Rebekah Brooks will return as chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper operations on Monday, News Corp has announced.
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Why do businesses change their typeface?
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Anyone lucky enough to have a £50 note in their wallet and purse will soon find it is the only banknote made of paper.
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There has been a 6% rise in the use of zero hours contracts by UK businesses in the last year, data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown.
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Thousands of magazine subscribers with WHSmith have received emails containing the details of other customers owing to a processing "bug".
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Argentina's central bank has ordered HSBC to replace its chief executive in the country and accused it of failing to prevent tax evasion.
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New Jurassic World and Elves ranges help Lego post double-digit sales growth globally in the first half of the year.
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A judge has allowed Uber drivers in California to take legal action to determine whether they are contractors or employees.
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Nick Robertson, the founder and chief executive of online fashion retailer Asos is to stand down after 15 years, the company has announced.
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Australia's GDP growth is slower than expected in the second quarter of the year as the economy struggled to gain momentum.
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Asian markets head lower on Wednesday, following the lead from Wall Street where worries about China's growth also took their toll.
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From pipes and cigarettes to smartphones
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As part of the BBC's series on unusual workplaces, we talk to the New York lawyer whose yacht is now his office.
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NHS staff will be offered exercise classes in a bid to keep them fit and in work, NHS England's chief executive is set to announce.
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Indonesians take to the streets to demonstrate against job cuts, low wages and rising food prices.
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Singapore's migrant workers from India and Bangladesh launch a cricket league for their precious days off.
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Google has made a series of changes to the main logo it uses for its core services.
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