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Indranil Das, from the sports & entertainment management firm KWAN, says the Indian Premier League corruption scandal will lead to a loss of revenue.
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A tumbling currency has prompted many Indonesians to cut back on their Eid celebrations marking the end of Ramadan.
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How much does your company know about your fitness ?
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So-called guarantor loans have the potential to be "just as damaging" for borrowers as payday loans, Citizens Advice is warning.
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The Brazilians winning in Japan
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It will be more difficult to find "abhorrent" content posted to community news site Reddit, the site's chief executive announces.
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Greek banks, shut nearly three weeks ago, are to reopen on Monday after the European Central Bank raised the level of emergency funding available.
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Google's quarterly profits rise 17%, boosted by an 11% rise in revenues to $17.7bn.
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Bank of England governor Mark Carney indicates that UK interest rates could rise "at the turn of this year".
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The competition regulator says it has found evidence that supermarkets are misleading customers with confusing pricing promotions.
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EBay sells its Enterprise arm for $925m (£593m) and beats forecasts for second-quarter profits as it prepares to spin off PayPal.
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Aer Lingus shareholders give the green light for a takeover by International Airline Group at an extraordinary general meeting.
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Investment bank Goldman Sachs reports lower second-quarter profits, due to weak bond trading and increased legal costs.
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The European Central Bank (ECB) holds eurozone interest rates at their historic low of 0.05% for another month as figures suggest further work to combat deflation is needed.
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Tata Steel is to shed more than 720 jobs, mainly in Rotherham, because of "cripplingly high electricity costs".
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A United Nations summit of rich and poor countries agrees to overhaul global finance for international development and unlock money to end extreme poverty.
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Dixons Carphone reports a 21% jump in profits in its first full-year results since the merger that created the mobile phone and electrical goods retailer.
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The technology in electric cars has been around for a few years, but concerns about range and price prevented many people from taking them seriously, John Maguire took one for a spin.
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Greece vote lifts UK shares
16 Jul 2015 8:10:56
The FTSE 100 rises in early trade, with sentiment lifted by news that Greek lawmakers backed the latest bailout deal.
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The competition regulator has found evidence supermarkets are misleading customers with confusing pricing promotions.
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Communications regulator Ofcom has opened a consultation into whether parts of BT Group should be split off from the company.
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The proportion of poor children whose parents work has risen, a report on living standards has concluded.
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The Greek prime minister is focused on completing a new bailout deal despite losing support in the passage of tough reforms, his spokesman says.
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The world's largest dairy producer, New Zealand's Fonterra, says it plans to cut more than 500 jobs in the face of tumbling diary prices.
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Japan and Australia up as lawmakers in Greece vote in favour of the bailout deal with international creditors.
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