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The QEII Conference Centre and the Civil Service Club are among four London landmarks that Labour says could be sold off to reduce the deficit.
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Workers at a tea plantation in eastern India beat and stab the owner to death in a row over pay arrears.
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A law forcing communications firms to keep details that could help identify criminals using the internet is being planned by the home secretary.
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A new body to encourage development in wave energy technology is announced the day after one wave power company called in the administrators.
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Labour urges the government to ensure people taking advantage of new pension freedoms next April are not ripped off by financial firms.
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Are 0% interest credit card deals a good idea?
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Wave power technology firm Pelamis is calling in administrators after failing to secure development funding.
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Haile Gebrselassie on his move from athletics to the boardroom
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Aviva and Friends Life are in talks about a possible £5.6bn merger deal, the two insurance companies have said.
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The chairman and co-founder of Twitter is in London for the global launch of his new company 'Square'.
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HSBC's Swiss-based private banking arm confirms it has been placed under formal investigation in France, days after being accused of tax fraud by Belgium authorities.
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State-backed bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) says a data error means it only just passed a European stress test of its balance sheet.
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How Olympic athlete and world record holder Haile Gebrselassie has become a property mogul and leading investor in Ethiopia.
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A cut in interest rates in China and comments from Europe's Central Bank chief spur US markets on to fresh highs
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Chief executive Rahul Batra explains his ambitions for the Burmese search engine Bindez.
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Some Royal Bank of Scotland customers suffer from problems using cards in stores and at cash machines, the day after the bank was fined £56m for its 2012 IT meltdown.
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La Liga giants Valencia are facing a fight to be allowed to use a bat symbol on their crest - from the creators of Batman.
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The People's Bank of China is cutting its one year deposit rate by 0.25% to try to revive the flagging economy
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The e-commerce industry in India is accelerating rapidly, but some worry the supply chain may not keep up with demand.
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The BBC's Lerato Mbele meets the Ethiopian farmers trying to find their place in the local and regional economy.
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Ethiopia is experiencing a property and infrastructure boom, as Roderick Macleod reports from Addis Ababa.
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Taxpayers will have longer to appeal before HM Revenue and Customs can raid their bank accounts for unpaid taxes, under revised plans released by the Treasury.
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Malaysia plans to end fuel subsidies from December in an attempt to save billions of dollars and reduce its fiscal deficit.
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James Dyson tells the BBC it's important to keep engineers in Britain to produce hi-tech exports, as he announces a £1bn investment in research and development.
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The FTSE 100 is boosted by rises in energy stocks, as the price of Brent crude oil approaches $80 a barrel.
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