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In the latest edition of our Cool Jobs series, Ashleigh Nghiem speaks to aquarist Amanda Leong.
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Making work about more than just a salary
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Can corporate value statements be effective - and if so, how do chief executives ensure they are at the heart of a company?
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Guarding against bugs, hackers and natural disasters
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The wind energy sector blowing hot and cold
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"Lethal" chainsaws and dangerous toy dolls were among more than a million unsafe goods that have been seized at the UK's ports and borders.
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What 2014 looked like 50 years ago
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Internet streaming video service Netflix reports profits of $53m during the first quarter, and says it will soon increase subscription prices.
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US oil exploration firm Halliburton has reported better-than-expected first quarter profits, helped by robust drilling activity in Russia, Saudi Arabia and Angola.
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The success in Weibo has investors excited about the US stock debut of Alibaba, which is China's largest internet company.
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Russia's President Putin presents a draft law to create a gambling zone in Crimea, now that the Kremlin has made it part of Russia.
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Netflix now accounts for more than half the video streamed over the internet.
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The BBC's Economics Correspondent Andrew Walker speaks to WTO Director General Roberto Azevedo to discuss the impact of bilateral trade deals compared to global trade agreements.
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China's seizure of a Japanese cargo ship over a pre-war debt could hit business ties, Japan's top government spokesman warns.
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The head of the CBI defends its registration with the Electoral Commission as a backer of the "No" campaign in the Scottish independence referendum.
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The world's top carmakers at the Beijing Auto Show
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Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000lb (43,545kg) of its Oscar Mayer hot dogs in the US because they may have been sold in the wrong packaging.
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Japan's trade deficit quadruples in March as export growth slows and energy imports continue to rise.
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The battle for exclusive online TV shows
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The expat investor helping businesses in Somalia
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Companies will be forced to declare their true owners on a public register in a move to tackle corruption, Business Secretary Vince Cable says.
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Two cultures collide at the online retail giant
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Jaguar Land Rover is among a list of more than 100 winners of Queen's Awards for their success in international trade.
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The government is urged to end restrictions that prevent many garden centres in England and Wales from opening on Easter Sunday.
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Government agencies Scottish Enterprise and Visit Scotland have quit business lobby organisation CBI after it formally backed the campaign against Scottish independence.
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