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High inflation has cost the UK economy £10bn over the last three years, says an influential report, and has now become a "permanent fixture".
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Transport company FirstGroup has announced a £615m rights issue in a bid reduce its debt after its full year profit dropped by over a third.
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Discount airline Ryanair reports record full-year profits and rising revenues despite soaring fuel costs, but hits out at "bizarre" EU takeover decision.
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A number of prominent business leaders accuse those calling for Britain to leave the European Union of "putting politics before economics".
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David Cameron has called on British overseas territories to "get their house in order" and sign up to international treaties on tax.
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Looking through CCTV feeds that should not be public
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The company making money from selling cassette tapes
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The surprising life of a multi-millionaire
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More jobs will become available for graduates this year, research firm Income Data Services (IDS) has forecast, but pay is likely to be frozen.
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China's global ambitions
19 May 2013 1:09:14
How will China spend its massive cash reserves?
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Yahoo's board has approved a deal to buy New York-based blogging service Tumblr for $1.1bn (£725m; 857m euros), US media reports say.
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A former Google employee has said he is providing evidence to the tax authorities about how the internet giant avoided paying corporation tax in Britain by using its offices in Dublin to finalise deals.
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Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt defends the company's tax affairs after it comes in for strong criticism from MPs.
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Labour leader Ed Miliband says he will write new rules to tackle corporate tax avoidance if he wins the next election, even without international agreement.
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The latest UK government paper on the impact of Scottish independence will claim the UK is better placed to manage the risk of a financial crisis.
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The outgoing governor of the Bank of England warns a government plan to boost the housing market should not become permanent.
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Tens of thousands of protesters, led by trade unionists, rally in the Italian capital Rome against the policies of the new coalition government.
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Should we all be more psychopathic at work?
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Some Marks and Spencer customers say its contactless payment terminals have taken cash from cards other than the ones intended for payment.
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Some people are "put off" making important calls because of confusion over the amount they will be charged, according to the telecoms regulator.
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At a time of economic doom and gloom across much of Europe - the credit rating for Turkey has been upgraded.
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Should we cheer or jeer at Europe's prospects?
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Morrisons has agreed a deal with internet grocer Ocado as it prepares to offer shoppers the option to buy good online.
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Hugh Pym and guests discuss the Bank of England's optimistic forecasts on growth and inflation
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Europe's GDP shrank by 0.2% in the first three months of this year as politicians debate whether to carry on with austerity plans or to change course.
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