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Pest control 12 Oct 7:09pm Pest control
How apps using image recognition are helping farmers identify crop diseases.
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No-belle prize 12 Oct 7:06pm No-belle prize
Women only hold 15% of permanent positions in economics - and only one has won the Nobel Prize in economics. Why are women so under-represented in the profession?
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Low-income tenants battle soaring rents 12 Oct 7:00pm Low-income tenants battle soaring rents
Renters on low incomes spend 28% of wages on rent, up from 21% in the mid-1990s, new research finds.
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Equifax removes webpage after malware issue 12 Oct 4:54pm Equifax removes webpage after malware issue
The firm is still reeling since disclosure of an earlier cyber-breach that affected millions in the US and UK.
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Equifax site faces another attack 12 Oct 1:24pm Equifax site faces another attack
The firm is still reeling since disclosure of an earlier cyber breach that affected millions in the US and UK.
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Royal Mail wins strike injunction 12 Oct 12:50pm Updated Royal Mail wins strike injunction
Royal Mail wins an injunction in London's High Court preventing next week's 48-hour strike.
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FTSE 100 hits record as pound hit by Barnier comments 12 Oct 12:07pm FTSE 100 hits record as pound hit by Barnier comments
Comments from Michel Barnier that Brexit talks are at a "deadlock" send sterling lower.
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Shell plugs into electric car charging company 12 Oct 11:42am Shell plugs into electric car charging company
Newmotion has 30,000 recharging points in the Netherlands, Germany, France and the UK.
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Bond trading slump hits Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase 12 Oct 11:19am Updated Bond trading slump hits Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase
Profits at two of America's biggest banks rise in the third quarter despite a bond trading slump.
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Serwotka on universal credit and closing job centres 12 Oct 10:08am Serwotka on universal credit and closing job centres
PCS union boss says the government 'obsessed' that everybody can access welfare services online
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Donald Trump: Has US debt fallen since the president took office? 12 Oct 10:07am Updated Donald Trump: Has US debt fallen since the president took office?
Reality Check looks at a number of President Trump's claims on the economy.
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UK lenders cutting back on unsecured loans, says Bank 12 Oct 10:02am UK lenders cutting back on unsecured loans, says Bank
Non-mortgage lending is set to tighten in the coming months, a Bank of England survey suggests.
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James Murdoch narrowly backed by independent Sky shareholders 12 Oct 9:15am James Murdoch narrowly backed by independent Sky shareholders
The chairman of Sky is re-elected with the backing of 51% of independent shareholders.
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Sky deal: James Murdoch faces shareholders at annual meeting 12 Oct 8:16am Updated Sky deal: James Murdoch faces shareholders at annual meeting
The pay-TV company's chairman faces key shareholder vote as the takeover by Fox hangs in the balance.
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Energy price cap plans revealed 12 Oct 7:48am Updated Energy price cap plans revealed
Draft legislation designed to bring down the cost of energy bills is outlined.
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FTSE 100 rises as pound hit by Barnier comments 12 Oct 7:30am FTSE 100 rises as pound hit by Barnier comments
Comments from Michel Barnier that Brexit talks are at an "deadlock" send sterling lower.
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HSBC appoints John Flint as new chief executive 12 Oct 7:12am Updated HSBC appoints John Flint as new chief executive
John Flint takes over from outgoing boss Stuart Gulliver, and will start his new role next February.
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Energy price cap plans to be revealed 12 Oct 5:41am Updated Energy price cap plans to be revealed
Draft legislation designed to bring down the cost of energy bills will be outlined.
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Lufthansa set to sign Air Berlin deal 12 Oct 5:09am Updated Lufthansa set to sign Air Berlin deal
Germany's biggest airline is buying parts of its rival, which collapsed in August.
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Just Eat shares up as Hungryhouse deal moves closer 12 Oct 4:49am Just Eat shares up as Hungryhouse deal moves closer
Competition authorities give provisional clearance to Just Eat's bid for Hungryhouse.
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Kobe Steel: More data fabrication cases possible 12 Oct 3:53am Kobe Steel: More data fabrication cases possible
Toyota and GM are among firms checking if they used sub-standard materials from Kobe Steel.
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Energy price cap plans to be published 12 Oct 2:57am Updated Energy price cap plans to be published
Draft legislation designed to bring down the cost of energy bills is to be set out later.
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Gucci boss pledges firm to go fur free in 2018 12 Oct 2:51am Updated Gucci boss pledges firm to go fur free in 2018
The president of the Italian fashion house announced the change at the London College of Fashion.
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Kobe Steel president: More data fabrication cases possible 12 Oct 1:55am Updated Kobe Steel president: More data fabrication cases possible
Toyota and GM are among firms checking if they used sub-standard materials from Kobe Steel.
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Young face growing mortgage debt burden 12 Oct 1:31am Updated Young face growing mortgage debt burden
Young first-time buyers are increasing their mortgage debt to tackle short-term financial pressures.
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