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Japanese shares were down on Thursday as investors hoping for monetary easing from the central bank were disappointed.
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Japanese gaming company Nintendo says it plans to sell its majority stake in US baseball team Seattle Mariners.
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China's push for driverless cars accelerates
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Vehicle manufacturers in China are hoping to introduce the self-drive car within two or three years.
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The growing number of people switching careers in later life
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Valeant chief executive Michael Pearson says a strategy of raising prices on older medicines had gone too far.
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Technology and innovation driving traditional sari makers out of business in Varanasi, India.
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Facebook reported a 195% jump in its first quarter net income as advertising continued to grow.
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The US Federal Reserve has kept interest rates between 0.25% and 0.5%, the rate its held since December.
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Billionaire Elon Musk plans to send his Dragon spacecraft to Mars as early as 2018.
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DreamWorks Animation's shares surge almost 18% on reports that US cable giant Comcast is in talks to buy the Hollywood studio for $3bn (£2.1bn).
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The head of the European Union rejects Greece's request to hold an emergency meeting over the country's bailout programme.
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Former BHS owner, Dominic Chappell, is preparing a bid to buy BHS out of administration.
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What should Apple do next?
27 Apr 2016 2:21:05
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More than 230,000 people have taken money out of their pension pots since new rules were introduced just over a year ago, according to the Treasury
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The Chancellor, George Osborne, has said the uncertainty over whether Britain will remain in the European Union is causing investment decisions to be delayed.
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Mitsubishi Motors says domestic orders for its vehicles have halved since it revealed last week that it had been rigging fuel efficiency tests.
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Quitting the EU would be the same as imposing a "tax" on UK workers, the OECD says, but Leave campaigners say its forecasts are "pessimistic and implausible".
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The FTSE 100 falls slightly but shares in Barclays rise after its first-quarter results beat expectations.
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UK economic growth slowed to 0.4% in the first quarter of the year, official figures show.
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Photo agency Getty Images says it will file a competition lawsuit with the EU against Google, adding to a long list of European cases against the company.
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Where did all the money go?
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Asda is to change its price promotions after being singled out by the competition regulator in a probe into supermarket pricing practices.
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Barclays reports a 25% drop in profits for the first quarter, due to a weak performance in its investment banking division.
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Engineering firm Dyson reveals its first personal care product - a hairdryer that it says is less damaging to hair than a conventional machine.
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