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The Post Office has been criticised in an independent report which examined complaints from sub-postmasters who said the had been unfairly sacked or prosecuted over cash shortfalls at their branches.
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The Greek government asks public sector bodies to hand over any reserve cash to help it meet a payment due to the International Monetary Fund.
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Canadian circus firm Cirque du Soleil sells a majority stake to US and Chinese private investors, valuing the firm at $1.5bn.
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The 10-member Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) will surpass the EU in growth once its economies have been integrated, the World Economic Forum in Jakarta is told.
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The company behind the Birds Eye and Findus brands, Iglo Group, is being sold for €2.6bn (£1.9bn) to US investment vehicle Nomad Holdings.
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US shares opened higher on Monday after strong results from leading companies cheered investors.
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Google is updating its search tools to favour websites that work well on mobile devices above those that fail its criteria
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Venezuela has received $5bn (£3.4bn) in Chinese funding for "development", Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says.
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Competition among mortgage lenders has intensified, brokers say, with a greater willingness to lend to those without huge savings.
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London's leading shares open with small gains on Monday, to stand above 7,000 again.
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Chinese stocks are falling after the government steps up stimulus measures and cuts interest rates for the second time this year.
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The Post Office failed to discover the cause of large cash shortfalls at sub-post offices before starting civil and criminal proceedings against sub-postmasters, a report finds.
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China's President Xi Jinping is due to arrive in Pakistan, where he is expected to announce a $46bn (£30.7bn) investment plan.
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Indonesia is hosting the World Economic Forum this week and hopes the event will help to attract increased foreign investment.
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What in the world does China own?
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Low inflation and stronger eurozone growth should help the UK economy expand 2.8% this year despite political uncertainty, says an EY Item Club report.
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In a series looking at the challenges facing Europe, BBC News meets a Bulgarian IT entrepreneur.
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Rock star Gene Simmons says he will never be too rich
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Maharashtra becomes the latest state to ban the slaughter of cows - a move that has hit India's leather industry hard.
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China's Central Bank is to cut its bank reserve requirement ratio by one percentage point, as it aims to stimulate a cooling economy.
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Saudi Arabian manufacturing and chemicals giant Sabic posts a 39% drop in net profits in the first quarter of the year.
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Up to £4bn worth of Lloyds Bank shares would be offered to the general public if the Conservatives win the election, David Cameron is to announce.
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Finnish voters go to the polls amid hopes that a new government will pull the country out of its three-year economic slump.
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Old kitchen, bathroom and laundry equipment made up 60% of the 41.8 million tonnes of electronic waste thrown away in 2014, suggests a report.
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An Irish teacher turned to political activism after austerity measures were introduced in Ireland.
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