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ITV has seen a rise in revenues across its channels, helped by a strong performance by its production arm.
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Richard Lloyd, executive director of Which?, discusses supermarkets' misleading promotions.
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The former chief executive of the Co-operative Bank has defended its merger with the Britannia Building Society as the "right decision at the time".
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The number of people agreeing to take up the government's Green Deal on home energy passes the 1,000 barrier.
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Global growth forecasts for 2013 and 2014 are downgraded "significantly" after weak prospects in emerging market economies, says the OECD.
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Security firm G4S agrees to pay back £23.3m to the UK government after overcharging for the electronic tagging of offenders.
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There has been a rise in the number of recent graduates doing jobs that do not require a degree, says the Office for National Statistics.
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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh inaugurates India's first ever state-owned bank for women in the western city for Mumbai.
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Meet three school friends who have had mixed success since leaving university.
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The BBC's Katy Watson is in Dubai finding out why the city's air show has become such an important hub for new defence and military deals.
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Misleading multibuys and questionable discounts are still on supermarket shelves despite new fairness rules, consumer group Which? says.
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The European Parliament will vote for final approval of the EU's budget for 2014 to 2020.
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Co-operative Group chairman Len Wardle resigns after "serious questions" are raised by the scandal over its former banking chairman, Paul Flowers.
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Britain must increase its airport capacity or risk becoming a second-tier economy, some of the UK's largest businesses are warning.
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Easyjet saw a 51% rise in yearly pre-tax profits to £478m, partly thanks to the introduction of allocated seats.
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Broadcaster ITV has seen revenues rise across its channels helped by a strong performance from its production arm.
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China attracts 5.77% more foreign direct investment in the first 10 months of the year, compared to 2012.
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Scottish ministers launch a paper on the economic opportunities of independence, with a cut in corporation tax expected to be among options.
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Efforts to tackle trolls spark an ID debate
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Why IT failures at large firms are unlikely to ever go away
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How to use social media to get yourself a new job
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Will the aircraft spending spree create a pilot shortage?
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Npower's performance has been branded as "unacceptable" by a watchdog after it topped a complaints list among the major energy firms.
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The value of the virtual currency Bitcoin has soared ahead of a US Senate committee hearing who will be told that the currency is a "legitimate financial service".
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Martin Gilbert, Aberdeen Asset Management Chief Executive on becoming the largest listed fund manager in Europe.
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