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A graduate from India found an ingenious way to land his dream internship at British GQ.
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To mark Instagram reaching more than half a billion active users, its chief Kevin Systrom speaks to the BBC about its growth strategy.
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Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings is buying a majority stake in Supercell, the Finnish maker of the Clash of Clans game.
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The lifeboat scheme that protects pensions when a company fails has raised concerns over a proposed one-off government deal for steel workers' pensions.
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The prices of everyday essentials such as food, drink and clothing would rise if the UK votes to leave the EU, former retail bosses have warned.
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The pound hits high since early January against the dollar as traders bet that the UK will vote to remain in the European Union.
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A hangover in UK property sales continued in May following a surge in purchases by buy-to-let investors earlier in the year.
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Government borrowing fell slightly in May compared to the same month a year ago, according to official figures.
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Vodafone's chief executive warns Britain risks exclusion from plans for a giant new single market in digital services if it votes to leave the European Union.
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Rising sales at its Costa Coffee chain boost Whitbread, but the company says its Premier Inn hotel chain is operating in a "weaker than expected" market.
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A video showing staff at a Chinese bank being publicly spanked during a training session for poor performance attracts outrage online.
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Rail passengers are warned to expect cancellations and disruption during a day of strikes across Scotland and south-east England.
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Meet the TTIP campaigners
21 Jun 2016 5:49:55
The Victoria Derbyshire programme meets those campaigning for and against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP.
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Are robots replacing us? That's no longer a question, but a reality in many industries.
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Vulnerable people should be allowed to place a delay on large payments leaving their bank to protect them from scams, a report says.
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Duck protests
21 Jun 2016 0:05:02
The Belgrade Waterfront development is being touted by officials as moving the city in a "positive direction" but the project is proving controversial.
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Game, dataset and match
20 Jun 2016 3:59:10
As Wimbledon prepares to use emotion-tracking cameras at this year's tennis championships, sport is becoming increasingly digital for fans, players and venues alike.
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Be yourself
20 Jun 2016 3:47:27
Qantas boss Alan Joyce explains why it's important to be yourself at work, and the benefits of having a diverse range of people at the top.
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Having a more diverse workforce can create real benefits, so what's the best way for companies to reap them?
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Billionaire investor George Soros says sterling will fall "precipitously" after a Brexit vote and it is "wishful thinking" that living standards will not be hit.
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Walmart announces a partnership with the Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com to help revive the struggling website Yihaodian.
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Fiat Chrysler says it will investigate after Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin is killed by a car that had been recalled in Los Angeles.
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Former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn and another ex-board member are under investigation for alleged market manipulation, German prosectutors have said.
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Carmaker Nissan is taking will take legal action against the Vote Leave campaign for using company logo in pro-Brexit leaflets
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India announces a radical overhaul of its foreign ownership rules to attract more overseas investment.
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