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Facebook highlights the increasing importance of video, saying that usage continues to grow.
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Centrica chief executive Iain Conn says the cutting of 6,000 jobs at the company is ''a very difficult thing to do'' but the business has got to be ''as efficient as possible''.
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Malaysia says it would be "premature" to speculate whether debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion comes from the missing flight MH370.
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The FTSE 100 rises as investors digest a raft of results from some of the UK's biggest companies.
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Japanese car maker Mazda reports a drop in operating profit, but sees strong growth in sales.
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Travel firm Thomas Cook says its profits will be hit by the impact of last month's attack on a tourist beach on Tunisia and worries over events in Greece.
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Japanese tech giant Sony sees its net profit more than triple in the April-to-June quarter, helped by strong sales of its PlayStation 4 games.
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Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell says it is to shed 6,500 jobs as part of cost cutting plans.
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Centrica, the owner of British Gas, says it is cutting 6,000 jobs, as it reports a doubling of profits at the British Gas business.
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Royal Bank of Scotland reports a 27% increase in second-quarter profit after booking more mortgage business.
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Problems with a huge survey
30 Jul 2015 2:01:30
It's not just the tiny surveys with questionable methodology that cause problems.
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The BBC's Pamela Koh looks at a new way of measuring how expensive a city is - the club sandwich index.
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The US central bank, the Federal Reserve, kept rates on hold at its latest meeting. When might they rise?
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Electronics giant Samsung sees its net profit drop by 8% for the second quarter of the year.
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Rio's favelas to accommodate visitors to 2016 Olympics
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Why 'sunny places for shady people' continue to thrive
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Architect student Rachael Taylor tells the story of her community greenhouse, made out of recovered sash windows.
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Facebook hails "strong quarter" as the company reports its monthly users grew 13% to 1.49 billion.
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The US central bank , the Federal Reserve, keeps its key interest rate on hold but indicates it is more positive on the US economy.
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Twitter's shares plunge more than 13% in early trading after the firm warns it will take time to attract new users.
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Pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) sees a big fall in second-quarter earnings amid continued pressure from generic drugmakers.
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The number of people being declared insolvent falls to its lowest level for nearly a decade, figures from the Insolvency Service show.
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Uber is facing legal action in the UK on behalf of UK drivers who claim the taxi-booking firm does not provide them with basic workers' rights.
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German carmaker Volkswagen reports a rise in quarterly results but warns of a number of 'challenges' ahead.
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Energy firm SSE announces it is buying a minority stake in French oil and gas giant Total's West of Shetland operations for £565m.
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