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What might lie ahead in next week's budget?
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The Justice Department investigates if US airlines are colluding to keep ticket prices high.
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Fracking could reduce house prices, increase traffic and noise and damage the landscape in rural communities, according to a draft official report.
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Norwegian mayonnaise maker Orkla signs a deal to use a non-stick coating in its food products.
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The BBC's Robert Peston attempts to explain the Greek debt crisis as simply as possible.
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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras makes a defiant speech urging a No vote in Sunday's referendum as bank cash limits begin to bite for Greeks.
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The Salesforce founder talks to Rory Cellan-Jones about innovation in the tech industry and plays down fears that firms have been overvalued.
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Ex-Dragons' Den star James Caan says "soft skills" like timekeeping are as important to business as education.
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An instant guide to Britain's 'productivity puzzle'
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Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has offered new concessions to the country's creditors, but Germany says a deal is not yet possible.
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In an interview with the BBC the chairman of the Airports Commission, Sir Howard Davies, talks about the commission's support for a third Heathrow Airport runway.
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The outlook for the UK's financial stability has worsened in the light of events in Greece, Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns.
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Gleneagles Hotel and resort has been sold by drinks company Diageo, which has owned it for 31 years.
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UK productivity remains subdued despite some signs that things are improving, official figures show.
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Toyota's managing officer Julie Hamp resigns from the company after she was arrested last month for allegedly bringing illegal drugs into Japan.
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Eurozone ministers are to discuss a Greek request for a new two-year bailout, hours after it became the only EU economy to miss a crucial IMF debt payment.
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Shares in London and across Europe rebound despite Greece missing its deadline for a payment to the IMF.
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Mayor of London Boris Johnson says a proposal supported by the independent Airport Commission for a third runway at Heathrow "not going to happen".
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Airports Commission chairman Sir Howard Davies says his report backing a third runway at Heathrow balances the needs of the economy and local communities.
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A court in South Korea rejects an attempt by US activist investor fund Elliot to stop a shareholder vote on a proposed $8bn merger of two key Samsung Group firms.
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The Airports Commission backs a third Heathrow runway, saying it will add £147bn in economic growth and 70,000 jobs by 2050.
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Heathrow's chief executive John Holland-Kaye says the report supporting a third runway at the airport "settles the argument once and for all".
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Shares in Asia were trading in positive territory as investors hoped a last-minute deal for Greece could be agreed.
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Food trucks are a common sight in America, though not so much in Asia. In India, however, the trend is catching on.
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The organisation tasked with promoting the rollout of smart meters has lost its chairman just weeks after she spoke out over how the government-led programme was being run.
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