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Liverpool FC is given permission to increase Anfield's capacity from 45,000 to about 59,000 as part of a £100m expansion plan.
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National Grid says it has signed deals with companies including Tata Steel and Flexitricity to pay them for using less electricity at peak times.
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Pub and brewery group Greene King has confirmed it has approached rival Spirit over a possible takeover.
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Troubled retailer Tesco has announced that its new chief financial officer, Alan Stewart, is to start work on Tuesday, more than two months earlier than originally planned.
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Could this be the next big banking scandal?
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Insurers have been criticised for turning down claims from holidaymakers who had been drinking alcohol before having an accident.
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Alibaba founder Jack Ma is China's richest person following his company's record listing, according to a wealth survey by the Hurun Report.
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Eurozone business growth cooled again in September, with activity expanding at its slowest pace since December, a closely-watched survey indicates.
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Barclays Bank has been fined a record £38m by UK regulators for failing to keep its clients' money separate from its own.
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China's biggest privately-held company Fosun joins a bidding war for Portuguese hospital operator Espirito Santo Saude.
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The amount of new borrowing through personal loans has outstripped repayments every month this year, figures from UK banks indicate.
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Government borrowing remained high in August, denting the chancellor's efforts to reduce the public deficit, official figures show.
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Dutch electronics giant Philips says it is planning to split the company in two, separating its lighting business from its healthcare division.
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Tate and Lyle warns that supply chain problems and more competition in the sweetener market will hit its profit after a "challenging" half year.
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London Market Report
23 Sep 2014 7:31:25
The FTSE 100 falls and Mothercare shares drop more than 7% after it announces plans for a £100m rights issue.
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Troubled supermarket giant Tesco says its new chief financial officer, Alan Stewart, is joining the company immediately, more than two months earlier than originally planned.
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BHP Billiton and Mitsubishi plan to cut 700 jobs at a joint coal mining venture in Australia because of tough market conditions.
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Designer shoe maker Jimmy Choo announces plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange.
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Asia Market Report
23 Sep 2014 5:36:01
Asian markets reverse earlier losses after a better-than-expected China manufacturing activity survey.
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The Marriott hotel chain plans to open a new hotel almost every week in Asia over the next three years to help cater for Chinese tourists.
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Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity Worldwide tells Rico Hizon that she expects a 'bumpy ride' for the Chinese economy.
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The White House announces new treasury department measures aimed at stopping companies avoiding US taxes by merging with overseas firms.
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The tech making life a little easier for patients
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Has Tesco passed its sell by date?
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