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Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers affected by a malware attack.
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Aerospace company Rolls-Royce says it will cut an extra 800 roles from its marine division, blaming weak demand from energy customers.
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We've all been stumped by a tricky question in a job interview, but you'd expect Google's top boss to get his own company's correct.
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AirBnB announces plans to block hosts in London from renting out homes for more than 90 days a year.
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Oil prices have continued to rise after Opec oil producing countries agreed to cut output.
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The eurozone's unemployment rate has fallen below 10% for the first time since 2011.
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Breitbart urges readers to boycott Kellogg's after the cereal maker pulled its ads from the site.
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What happens if Italians vote against proposed constitutional reforms?
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Growth in the UK's manufacturing sector slowed last month, according to a closely-watched survey.
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Kitkat-maker Nestle says it has discovered a way to make chocolate with much less sugar.
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Mitsubishi Motors is proposing higher salary caps that could triple the annual pay packages of its top executives.
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Shares in oil companies continue to rise in the wake of Opec's decision to cut oil production.
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Telecoms regulator Ofcom is to examine landline rental costs amid concerns people are not getting value for money.
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November saw a slight slowdown in annual house price growth, says Nationwide, but demand for houses is unlikely to lessen in the coming quarters.
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British Gas follows SSE in promising to freeze its standard tariff this winter.
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Dethroning Mammon
01 Dec 2016 5:29:30
In a new book, the Archbishop of Canterbury questions society's obsession with money and materialism.
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China introduces an additional 10% tax on "super cars", including Ferrari and Rolls-Royce.
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Potential conflicts
01 Dec 2016 0:50:18
A list of business holdings that could force Trump to choose between US interest and his bottom line
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Building up a savings buffer is one financial goal that should be considered as a new year approaches, an expert says.
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Fox fighters
01 Dec 2016 0:16:28
For many businesses Christmas is their busiest time of the year, the BBC's Elizabeth Hotson takes a look at how some are preparing.
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Why one farmer in south-east England uses 10 alpacas to protect his 24,000 free-range turkeys from foxes.
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Mariko Oi finds out how Japan is planning to give Russia a run for its money - in caviar.
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The maker of the new fiver says it is working on "potential solutions" to the issue of animal fat.
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A company that converts children's artwork into Christmas cards has gone out of business.
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The man who invented the McDonald's Big Mac burger has died, aged 98.
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