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Nigeria's film industry finds new audiences online
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Bankers 'must swear oath'
28 Jul 2014 1:05:57
An oath for bankers should be introduced to raise accountability and standards in banking, says a think tank.
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Organisers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar say they are "heavily dismayed" by claims that migrants who worked on their offices are still waiting to be paid.
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A four-week strike in South Africa's steel and engineering industries has come to an end after the country's biggest trade union sealed a deal with employers.
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Britain's biggest private healthcare company tells the BBC that it is charging its own customers too much and that the industry needs to urgently rethink how it sets prices.
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Former Ghana international Mark Edusei has a suspension for match-fixing imposed in Italy extended to a global ban by Fifa.
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Lloyds Banking Group is fined £218m for "serious misconduct" relating to a key interest rate known as Libor.
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Friends of the Earth say that renewable energy and energy efficiency are more effective solution to UK energy problem than fracking
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Emirates Airline will stop flying over Iraq to protect its passengers from the threat of Islamic militants on the ground, according to reports.
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Seven out of 10 regions of England and Wales recorded month-on-month falls in house prices in June, according to the Land Registry.
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How businesses hope to learn more about us by offering free wi-fi.
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A strike over staffing and pay by thousands of passport workers 'will jeopardise holidays', says Paul McGoay of the Public and Commercial Services Union(PCS).
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A court based in The Hague has ordered Russia to pay $50bn (£29.5bn) to former shareholders in the defunct oil producer Yukos.
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Budget airline Ryanair has raised its annual profit forecast after seeing a sharp rise in earnings for the three months to June.
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Frauds committed by those aged 26-35 rise 285% in the first half of the year, to just over £62m, according to research by accountants KPMG.
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Why do Germany's super-rich so often keep their heads down?
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BBC News looks at the facts about global travel.
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Councils should show where they are spending the money they raise on parking fees as motorists see higher charges, says the RAC.
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The best credit unions should be empowered to offer short-term loans that are cheaper than those offered by payday lenders, according to a report from a think tank.
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The bidding process for UK licences to explore for shale gas will begin later, the government announces.
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Why two Spanish sisters started a bakery in a desert
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Sharp falls in China's property market
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Profit warnings from UK companies have hit a three-year high despite the continuing recovery in the wider economy, a report finds.
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Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Bank of Nova Scotia are accused of attempting to rig the price of silver, in a lawsuit filed in the US.
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A group of local councils in England is formally asking the government for new powers to tax large supermarkets, a plan dubbed the "Tesco tax".
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