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Wages are unlikely to rise significantly next year unless productivity jumps, according to a new report.
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Consumer products company Newell Rubbermaid said it would buy competitor Jarden, the owner of brands including Breville and Sunbeam, for $15.4bn (£10bn).
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The BBC's Simon Gompertz explains whether there will be legal action against Nurofen in the UK after some products were banned in Australia.
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Whose business is climate change?
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Businesses face more than £1bn in costs from the launch of the National Living Wage next year, according to government advisors.
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Ransomware is becoming the fastest growing form of computer malware, experts warn.
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The number of shoppers on the High Street fell sharply in November as shoppers sought out Black Friday deals online, a survey says.
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The new system of personal tax accounts, which will eventually replace the annual tax return, is being launched by HM Revenue & Customs.
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Royal Dutch Shell says it will cut 2,800 jobs if its planned takeover of BG Group goes ahead, about 3% of the combined group's workforce.
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Joe Lynam reports on HMRC's introduction of an easier way to file tax returns online
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Fabric and wallpaper manufacturer Walker Greenbank issues a profit warning as a result of flooding at its factory caused by Storm Desmond.
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London's index of leading shares rises at the open, with investors set to remain cautious ahead of an expected US interest rate later in the week.
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Terror attacks and Chinese economic slowdown are contributing to the highest level of risk for companies in a decade, according to a report.
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An Australian court orders products in the Nurofen pain relief range off the shelves, saying the UK-based manufacturer had misled consumers.
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Guo Guangchang, the high-profile Chinese tycoon detained by police late last week, appears in public at his company's annual meeting on Monday.
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Chinese internet giant Alibaba will pay HK$2.06bn ($266m; £175m) to acquire Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post.
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The BBC's Sameer Hashmi reports on what a rise in US interest rates. will mean for India's economic growth.
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The former Goldman Sachs director who is now helping other women to succeed in business.
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South African President Jacob Zuma fires newly appointed Finance Minister David van Rooyen and names Pravin Gordhan as his successor in a surprise announcement.
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Why the people's state is buying up the people's game
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The real-life couple behind hotels website Mr & Mrs Smith
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Twitter has sent warnings to a number of users that their accounts may have been hacked by "state-sponsored actors".
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Royal Bank of Scotland says it will reimburse some 4,500 customers after it wrongly told them that they did not hold a dormant RBS account.
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The CBI welcomes the Paris climate deal, but says the UK government must support investment in cleaner energy generation.
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India agrees to buy a high-speed bullet train from Japan, in an attempt to transform its creaking rail system.
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