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Mobile money
13 Feb 2017 0:35:04
How mobile technology is profoundly changing access to money in the developing world.
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Thanks, mum!
13 Feb 2017 0:12:51
The woman who uses blockchain technology to prove where food comes from.
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Jessie Baker's firm Provenance tracks the source of food using pioneering blockchain technology.
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The supermarket giant promises to check prices at over 3,500 shops following a BBC investigation.
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A BBC undercover reporter found shoppers being overcharged on out-of-date multi-buy offers around the country.
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Work to be done
13 Feb 2017 0:04:10
How Australian entrepreneur Matt Barrie set up and grew website Freelancer, which links people who need tasks done with others who bid for the work.
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Typical pensioner incomes outstrip working age incomes, a new report suggests.
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Swiss voters reject a plan to prevent steep tax rises for multinational companies.
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A committee of MPs says large private firms should face similar oversight to publicly listed ones.
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Average victim is aged 49 and some hand over £10,000 or more to fraudsters.
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The Frenchman was caught out by a bug in the application after using his wife's phone, lawyer says.
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Too big to fail?
12 Feb 2017 0:53:04
Spotify may be "too big to fail", according to Billboard magazine, but the clock is ticking as the company hatches its plans to go public.
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How YouTube rescued a comic shop, but nearly broke its owner.
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The two Mossack Fonseca partners have been charged with alleged money-laundering.
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Ruth Davidson writes to Nicola Sturgeon calling for an "immediate review" of the ongoing business rates revaluation.
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It is unclear whether the new owners will revive production of India's former bestselling car.
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Jean-Claude Juncker became European Commission president in 2014 - despite opposition from Britain.
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The Association of Convenience Stores estimates losses totalling about £131m in England, Scotland and Wales.
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The increase in copper prices in Zambia is not yet trickling down to communities.
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The Unite union announces more industrial action in a continuing BA pay dispute.
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The larger question is what all this means for the global perception of Indian companies.
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Half of the world's rubies are mined in Mozambique but operations are not without their challenges.
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Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins says they're very likely to appeal after losing a significant court case.
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British Gas freezes gas and electricity tariffs until August while Scottish Power raises its prices.
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The case is the latest to consider the rights of workers and their status with a company that hires them.
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