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LinkedIn plans to reset many of its users' passwords after logins for about 117 million of its accounts were advertised for sale.
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The cash of millions of pension savers will be better protected, under plans announced alongside the Queen's Speech.
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Mitsubishi Motors says its president, Tetsuro Aikawa, will step down in the wake of the company's test-fixing scandal.
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Japan's economy has dodged a recession after it grew faster than expected in the first quarter of the year.
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UK unemployment fell to 1.69 million between January and March, official figures show, down 2,000 from the previous quarter.
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Luxury fashion firm Burberry reports a fall in profits amid a "challenging environment" and announces plans to overhaul its retail operations.
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The FTSE 100 opens lower, tracking losses seen in US and Asian markets overnight.
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Aaron Heslehurst tries out the many pools, bars and restaurants on board the world's largest cruise ship, Harmony Of The Seas, ahead of its maiden voyage.
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Energy firm SSE says plummeting wholesale gas prices and lower household energy demand led to a 19% fall in annual profits.
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Apple's boss Tim Cook is in India for his first visit and looking to tap the country's fast-growing smartphone market.
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China's biggest home appliances manufacturer Midea makes an unsolicited takeover bid for German industrial robot maker Kuka.
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Shares of Japanese automaker Suzuki Motor slump by as much as 15% on reports it may have conducted improper fuel economy testing.
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Art galleries and museums are now using more sophisticated modern techniques to draw audiences in and potentially turn a profit.
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The US raises its import duties on Chinese steelmakers by more than five-fold after accusing them of selling their products below market prices.
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The US lifts more of its economic sanctions on Myanmar, following historic political reforms in the country.
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As the world's largest cruise liner, The Harmony Of The Seas, prepares for its maiden voyage, Aaron Heslehurst looks at some of the problems faced by the industry.
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Could the old comics in your garage fetch six figures?
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How do Shanghai's teachers get such high results?
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Heathrow has become an issue of trust
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A new report into the financial impact of the McMurray fires says some C$985m (£528m) in oil sands production has been lost.
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The Treasury says it has received a further dividend from its Lloyds shares of £130m, bringing to £318m the amount the Government has received in dividends from the bank.
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Rish Mitra began his career in the slums of Delhi selling magazines and working on a tea stall. Now he's the founder and boss of Blippar, a visual search browser worth some $1.5bn (£1bn).
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US consumer prices rose at their fastest pace in three years in April as energy prices climbed, official figures show.
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How much gold is there in London - and where is it?
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