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Airline Flybe is in talks about selling its landing and takeoff slots slots at London's Gatwick Airport.
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Consumer group Which? warns that a monthly charge could discourage people from opening bank accounts at the Post Office.
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Lloyds Banking Group, which is 39%-owned by the UK taxpayer, says its chairman, Sir Win Bischoff, will retire before May 2014.
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The Chancellor announced that the Treasury would underwrite mortgages for people who can find a 5% deposit to help them get on the property ladder.
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Attempts to rebalance China's economy by getting domestic consumer demand to drive growth appear to be paying off.
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Bloomberg says it has corrected a "mistake" in its newsgathering policy that allowed reporters to monitor the activities of clients on its terminals, including Goldman Sachs.
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Cuba golf gets multi-million dollar boost as golf village is approved
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Industrial production in China recorded a smaller-than-expected rise in April, underlining worries that the economy may be losing steam.
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The EJ200 jet engine for the Bloodhound supercar is test fired at Rolls-Royce in Bristol.
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Centrica, which owns British Gas, says gas use in the first four months of this year was almost a fifth higher than last year because of the cold weather.
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Our business editor asks why didn't the regulators and Treasury spot the hole in the Co-op, and why did the Chancellor welcome the Co-op's abortive plan to treble in size?
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China launches an investigation into senior economic policymaker Liu Tienan for corruption, state media report.
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The Today programme's business news with Simon Jack.
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Eurozone finance minsters are due to meet in Brussels later to agree bailout payments for Cyprus and Greece, amid worries over Slovenia.
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Improving confidence in the UK service sector contrasts with subdued sentiment in the manufacturing sector, a report suggests.
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The deadline is looming for CVC Capital Partners and other investors to put forward a fresh bid for online betting exchange Betfair.
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An age cap on accessing loans to set up a company should be removed, says the PM's enterprise adviser Lord Young, in a report into business growth.
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Do ticket exchanges give fans a good deal?
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How to get a share of $500bn US government spending
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The Chinese balancing act
12 May 2013 2:53:42
How services are taking over from manufacturing in China
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Small firms are to get cash incentives to release staff for service in the military reserves, says defence secretary Philip Hammond.
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Oil giant BP withdraws some non-essential staff from operations in Libya following UK government advice about uncertainty in the country.
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Bus Eireann has said the "vast majority of its services" are not operating due to industrial action, including some cross-border services.
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'No magic bullet' on energy supply
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Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson got dressed up as a female flight attendant after honouring a bet he lost to Air Asia chief executive Tony Fernandes.
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