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China foreign investment law: Bill aims to ease global concerns 14 Mar 11:14pm China foreign investment law: Bill aims to ease global concerns
The law aims to ease foreign concerns and is seen as an olive branch to the US amid trade war talks.
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How long are you going to live? 14 Mar 8:10pm How long are you going to live?
See how people react when you tell them how long they're going to live.
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Would you put cumin on a pizza? 14 Mar 8:06pm Would you put cumin on a pizza?
How AI is helping to come up with new weird and wonderful spice combinations.
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Companies told women must make up third of senior directors by 2020 14 Mar 8:03pm Companies told women must make up third of senior directors by 2020
Firms including Domino's Pizza and JD Sports told to appoint more women directors or risk investor warning.
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Facebook loses chief product officer and Whatsapp head 14 Mar 6:46pm Facebook loses chief product officer and Whatsapp head
The two resignations come a week after Mark Zuckerberg outlined plans for a "privacy-focused" platform.
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Ethiopian Airlines probe: What do we know? 14 Mar 5:13pm Updated Ethiopian Airlines probe: What do we know?
The race is on for investigators to find answers about what happened to the Boeing 737 Max-8 plane.
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Sir Martin Sorrell gets WPP payout a year after leaving 14 Mar 4:12pm Updated Sir Martin Sorrell gets WPP payout a year after leaving
The former WPP boss is to get £2.13m worth of shares from the company he resigned from a year ago.
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Coca-Cola reveals how much plastic it uses 14 Mar 12:06pm Coca-Cola reveals how much plastic it uses
It's one of a number of big firms to show how much plastic is being used every year
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Volkswagen boss apologises for Nazi pun 14 Mar 8:53am Volkswagen boss apologises for Nazi pun
Herbert Diess used a phrase that echoed "Arbeit Macht Frei", a maxim emblazoned on the gates of the Auschwitz death camp.
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Exit fee crackdown on investment fund supermarkets 14 Mar 7:26am Updated Exit fee crackdown on investment fund supermarkets
A ban or cap on exit fees would allow investors to switch more easily between investment platforms, FCA says.
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Govia Thameslink fined record £5m over timetable chaos 14 Mar 5:34am Govia Thameslink fined record £5m over timetable chaos
The rail regulator fines Govia Thameslink a record £5m for weeks of chaos caused by a new timetable.
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Govia Thameslink rail firm fined over chaotic timetable launch 14 Mar 5:04am Govia Thameslink rail firm fined over chaotic timetable launch
The rail regulator fines Govia Thameslink £5m for weeks of chaos caused by a botched new timetable.
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Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet 14 Mar 3:32am Updated Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet
The US plane-maker suspends the 737 Max after investigators find new evidence at disaster site.
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Mike Ashley refers Debenhams board to regulator over profit warning 14 Mar 3:22am Updated Mike Ashley refers Debenhams board to regulator over profit warning
Sports Direct accuses the board of giving misleading advice to investors, which Debenhams denies.
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