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The family of the late Jamaican reggae artist Bob Marley launch what they describe as the world's first global cannabis brand.
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Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell wins a long-running court battle against Indian authorities over a tax dispute involving billions of dollars.
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US company Netflix announces plans to extend its TV and movie streaming service to Australia and New Zealand in March 2015.
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It was a mixed start for Asian shares following news of a snap election in Japan and the delay of a proposed sales tax increase.
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The BBC's Jennifer Pak speaks to one Malaysian family about why it is so hard to save.
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The US Senate narrowly fails to pass a bill approving the controversial Canada-to-US Keystone XL oil pipeline.
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US safety authorities demand that a recall of Takata airbags which can explode with dangerous force be expanded to the whole country.
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The Dow and S&P 500 close at record levels on deals in the healthcare sector and optimism over the economy.
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The government is defeated in a Commons vote on the control that parent companies can exercise over pubs.
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Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi is fined $315m for watering down a report about its transactions with sanctioned countries.
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Afghan business hopes a new government will bring change
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls elections only two years after taking office due to the country's failing economy.
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A couple are "fined" £100 for writing a bad review of a Blackpool hotel on Trip Advisor.
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An order to build more 100 trains for the Gatwick Express line will safeguard jobs at Bombardier's Derby plant, a company spokesman says.
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Post Office staff who work in the company's supply chain back strike action in a row over pay, with the union warning a pre-Christmas strike is "inevitable".
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Bank of Ireland staff, including those in Northern Ireland, are to receive an above inflation pay rise and a bonus equivalent to 5% of their salary.
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Next year's Rugby World Cup will add £982m of value to the UK economy, says a report commissioned by the tournament's organising committee.
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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls an early election as he seeks public support for reforms to tackle the struggling economy.
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Thousands of people entitled to compensation from payday lender Wonga are yet to be paid by the company, MPs have heard.
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Manchester United sees its revenue fall by 9.9% to £88.7m for the three months to the end of September.
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Off-the-cuff remarks about digging dirt on journalists who write negative things about Uber have not gone down well with the press.
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Nokia reveals an Android-powered tablet that will go on sale in China and elsewhere in early 2015, pitting it against Microsoft.
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The value of UK grocery sales has fallen for the first time in two decades, according to research firm Kantar Worldpanel.
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The FTSE 100 rises in early trade, with shares in insurer Prudential one of the top climbers after its latest trading statement.
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UK inflation rose to an annual rate of 1.3% in October, up from 1.2% in the previous month, official figures show.
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