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An unusual show at New Zealand's fashion week - one showing off a new type of lingerie that can be used for incontinence.
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The people who work in quirky spots
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The hair-raising way one entrepreneur first made money
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Chinese authorities punish 197 people for spreading rumours online about the recent stock market crash and fatal explosions in Tianjin.
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The International Chamber of Commerce rules that VW should sell its stake in Suzuki, ending a four-year dispute between over their failed partnership.
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The abuse of tipping by restaurants is to be the subject of an investigation launched by Business Secretary Sajid Javid.
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Italian energy group Eni says it has found one of the world's largest natural gas fields off Egypt's coast.
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Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the decision on when to raise UK interest rates is still likely to be made at the end of the year, despite China's slowdown.
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HSBC says payments delayed by an IT glitch "should be processed today" - despite previously saying the issue would be fixed on Friday night.
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News Corp confirms it is in talks with Rebekah Brooks after the Financial Times newspaper reports she is to return as chief executive of its UK division.
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Justin King, the former chief executive of Sainsbury's, says the National Living Wage will "destroy jobs".
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The Crown Prosecution Service is considering a file for a possible corporate prosecution over phone hacking at the now closed News of the World.
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The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down, Avid Life Media says.
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Navinder Sarao, the so-called "flash crash" day trader, fails in his bid to postpone his US extradition hearing.
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Brazil enters recession, as official figures show the country's economy contracted by 1.9% between April and June, compared with the previous three months.
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The number of adults taking out Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) has fallen to its lowest level for ten years, according to official figures
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Slowing growth in China has seen stock markets in turmoil and underlined the recent plunge in commodity prices - a key concern in many African economies.
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The number of homes being sold in England and Wales has fallen significantly, according to figures from the Land Registry.
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Thousands of HSBC customers have not received credits in their accounts on Friday following an IT failure.
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UK economic growth for the second quarter of the year was unrevised at 0.7%, official figures have shown.
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London's leading shares edge up in early trading, consolidating Thursday's rebound, as the Chinese stock market extends its recovery.
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New rules are being introduced to protect the authenticity of Irish Whiskey and support the increasing number of distilleries across Ireland and Northern Ireland.
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Brazil is Latin America's biggest economy but the country faces a troubling slump, with inflation close to 10% and unemployment rising steadily.
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Chinese shares extend their recovery on the last day of a volatile week which started with shock losses that spread fear to global markets.
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Providing services through a country as wide-spread as Indonesia - with its 17,000 islands - poses a challenge - banking by boat is one way to fix the problem.
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