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China is planning to bring in a new system of credit rating, which will rank not just your financial reliability but also your social interactions and consumer spending.
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Republicans in the US Congress reach a compromise budget deal with the White House to avert the prospect of a renewed government shutdown.
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The European parliament will take a key vote on Tuesday on rules affecting how internet traffic is managed within the EU.
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The UK economy grew by 0.5% between July and September, Office for National Statistics says, a slower pace than the previous quarter.
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Shares in Germany's BASF dip 5% after the chemicals group cuts its full-year profit forecast and reports disappointing sales.
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Consumers will soon learn whether extra costs of using a mobile phone in countries across the EU are to be scrapped.
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Shares in mining firms fall, dragging the FTSE 100 lower, but shares in BP rise after its quarterly results beat expectations.
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Oil giant BP announces a fall in profits due to lower oil and gas prices.
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TalkTalk says it will only waive termination fees for customers wanting to end their contracts if money is stolen from them.
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The issue of the so-called "tampon tax" on sanitary products will be raised with the European Commission, the financial secretary to the Treasury says.
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Chancellor George Osborne says he will respond to concerns about the impact of tax credit cuts after his plans were rejected by the House of Lords.
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One Australian tech company is using big data to monitor customers' tastes.
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Indonesia's president says his country will join the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal, but cuts short his US visit because of Indonesia's worsening haze situation.
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Indian budget airline IndiGo has plans to conduct an initial share offering this week as it seeks to raise as much as 32.68bn rupees ($500m; £325.6m), according to reports.
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Shares in Asia were mostly in negative territory in early trade on Tuesday following a mixed lead from Wall Street and as investors looked ahead to the US Federal Reserve's policy meeting this week.
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An IT firm complains that emails offering a cheaper broadband deal to London's schools are being blocked by their current supplier.
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The European parliament will take a key vote on Tuesday on rules affecting how internet traffic is managed within the EU.
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Plenty of good signs in the UK economy - but not everything is rosy
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Can Meredith Perry achieve her dream of changing the world with wireless charging?
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Could Meredith Perry really make the world wireless?
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Six things we can do to improve cybersecurity
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VIDEO: Tax Credits explained
26 Oct 2015 0:53:13
The BBC's business reporter Andrew Verity explains the numbers involved in new Tax Credit proposals.
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Boy, 15, arrested in Northern Ireland over TalkTalk hacking attack, Scotland Yard says
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Ben Bernanke, chairman of the US Federal Reserve during the crash and Great Recession, tells BBC that governments in US, UK and Europe have "been too focussed on near-term budget cuts"
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BBC economics editor Robert Peston interviews former chair of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke.
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