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Prices in Scottish branches of John Lewis and Waitrose may be more expensive than the rest of the UK if the country votes Yes to independence.
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A Yes vote in Scotland would raise business risks, John Lewis chairman Sir Charlie Mayfield says
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The European Union agrees to impose on Friday new sanctions on Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis, diplomatic sources say.
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Russia's gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 45%, Poland's state gas firm PGNiG says, amid tensions over Ukraine.
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The video games studio behind Minecraft is in talks to be taken over by Microsoft, according to reports.
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Southeastern is to continue to operate rail services between London, Kent and parts of East Sussex until June 2018, the government says.
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The housing market is beginning to level out, according to a nationwide survey of chartered surveyors.
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The debit and credit card company Mastercard loses an appeal against an EU veto at Europe's highest court, the European Court of Justice.
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Next reports a strong rise in half-year profits as higher house prices and the continuing economic recovery feed into household spending.
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WM Morrison reports a fall in half year profits of just over 30% as it continues to suffer from the effects of the supermarket price wars.
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Dutch electronics firm Philips is a company in transition, and it's looking to Asia to bolster growth.
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Analyst John Kurtz assesses Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's move to ease concerns among foreign companies and investors.
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China's consumer inflation rate rises 2% in August from a year earlier, below the government's target of 3.5% and marking a four-month low.
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Australia's largest department store group, Myer, reports a fall in its annual profits for the fourth consecutive year.
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How Liverpool FC’s attention to detail pays off
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The women ending male dominance of Nigeria's oil industry
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The importance of picking the right place to set up a business
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The system that allows UK bank customers to switch their accounts in just seven days is being hailed a success, a year after it started.
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Royal Bank of Scotland confirms it has contingency plans to move its headquarters from Scotland to London if there is a Yes vote in the referendum.
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The question of which currency an independent Scotland would use has dominated the campaign. Newsnight's Economics Correspondent Duncan Weldon investigates the options.
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The Bank of England governor Mark Carney says contingency plans are in place to ensure banking stability if Scotland votes for independence.
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Three Google workers recall living for months at a time at the firm's headquarters in California taking advantage of the perks it offers.
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Administrators confirm the sale of Ferguson Shipbuilders at Port Glasgow to businessman Jim McColl's firm, Clyde Blowers Capital.
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Ana Botin is appointed the new chair of the Spanish banking giant Santander, following the death of her father, Emilio Botin.
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Scottish oil and gas revenue will reduce significantly by 2035 according to industry expert Sir Ian Wood.
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