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New Zealand's Fonterra, the world's biggest dairy firm, posts an 18% jump in full year earnings despite a nationwide drought which led to lower milk production.
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South Korea decides to restart the tender process for a multi billion-dollar fighter jet contract, a blow for Boeing which had hoped to supply the planes.
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Nokia's chairman, Risto Siilasmaa, admits that he accidently gave misleading information about former chief executive Stephen Elop's pay-off.
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Shareholders of US pork producer Smithfield Foods agree to buyout by China's Shuanghui International for $4.7bn (£3.1bn) in cash.
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Firefighters in fire services across England and Wales are due to strike for four hours from midday in a dispute over pensions.
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Harvard plans to boldly go with 'Spocs'
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The retirement project that became a successful business
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Ivy Singh talks to the BBC about how her retirement choice ended up making her an entrepreneur.
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How one gemstone firm boosted both output and prices
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Q&A: 2013 US budget brawl
24 Sep 2013 9:41:20
What's behind the latest US budget brawl?
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There were 70 million fewer journeys on England's buses last year, a fall of 1.4%, according to new government figures.
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Bosses at the UK's biggest firms are seeing bonuses reined in ahead of new rules that require shareholder approval for pay policies, research suggests.
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Britain's energy companies and business groups reject Labour's plan to freeze energy prices, saying that it will jeopardise investment.
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US house prices rose 12.4% over the 12 months to the end of July, the biggest annual rise since February 2006, according to a closely-watched measure.
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Bosses from eBay and Argos say a tie-up, which will see online merchants' goods become available to pick up from the high street chain, will benefit consumers.
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After Blackberry's sale, Canadian technology analyst Carmi Levy looks at what the future may hold for the firm.
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Lincolnshire County Council says callers have kept hanging on the telephone since it began playing pop classics.
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The arguments for and against the HS2 rail line
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China is about to unblock access to websites including Twitter and Facebook in one area of Shanghai.
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Burger King starts selling lower-fat chips, amid national concern over levels of obesity.
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Manchester United drop a challenge to a council decision to "protect" Old Trafford if it is ever put up for sale.
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Multiple Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt re-signs with German kit-maker Puma until after the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
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Consumers hinted at a greater appetite for borrowing through mortgages, loans and credit cards in the summer, figures from UK banks suggest.
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The Canadian smartphone company, Blackberry, says it has agreed in principle to be bought by a consortium led by its largest shareholder, Fairfax Financial.
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Electronic trading on the London Metal Exchange has been halted because of a technical issue.
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