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Indonesia's beauty magnate
10 Sep 2013 3:18:22
The ups and downs of 40 years in Indonesia's beauty industry
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Gordon Brown's school plan for refugees
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Toyota says ‘green’ investment is paying dividends
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The government will seek to bolster the case for the HS2 rail project with new evidence about its economic benefits.
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A new study has found that on average one in seven shops have laid empty for the last three years.
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Apple has launched two new iPhone handsets, a premium flagship device, and a cheaper model, aimed at increasing their market share in China.
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Struggling Italian business relocates to Poland overnight
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Apple unveils two new types of iPhone at an event in California - the top-end 5S and a cheaper 5C which comes with a plastic back.
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Tesco disposes of the bulk of its loss-making Fresh & Easy chain, as it prepares to exit the US market.
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Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín will not sign off on funding for the redevelopment of Windsor Park until the IFA has "appropriate governance".
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The Bank of England may launch plastic banknotes by 2016.
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The designer taking traditional Chinese goods to the world
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Smaller, wipe-clean plastic banknotes could be introduced by the Bank of England from 2016, matching currency across the world.
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Who owns all the UK's empty shops?
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The recent call to boycott Russian vodka over the country's homophobic actions may cause some firms to rethink their branding strategy.
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Transport is disrupted in France as members of the CGT union strike ahead of a parliamentary debate about pension reform. Christian Fraser outlines the scale of the country's welfare funding gap.
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Creating a financial transaction tax (FTT) in 11 European Union member states would be illegal, according to the bloc's lawyers.
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Dyson has issued legal proceedings against Samsung over claims the South Korean firm is using its patented vacuum steering mechanism without permission.
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Nestle brand Nespresso has lost its latest High Court battle to protect its design after the patent on its aluminium coffee pods expired in 2011. This could be good for consumers - but will it be bad for innovation?
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On Tuesday, Apple is likely to unveil new versions of the iPhone and a new operating system into the fast-moving technology sector.
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The head of the International Monetary Fund calls for a proposed European banking union to be completed quickly.
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David Reid looks at what some are calling the new design industrial revolution being driven by 3D printing.
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A Rangers EGM could be called by Friday if disagreement continues between directors and those seeking board changes.
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China's industrial production rises more than expected in August, the latest indication that the world's second-largest economy may be on the mend.
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Car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is creating 1,700 at its Solihull factory, where the workforce will be developing new lightweight models made of aluminium.
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