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Barclays bosses 'paid Qatar secret fees'
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Prince Williams says celebrities shunned mental health charity
The Duke of Cambridge tells business leaders that stars didn't want to be associated with mental illness.
Virtual cities: Designing the metropolises of the future
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Drag queen or delivery driver: What's your 'side hustle'?
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How Corn Flakes became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how Corn Flakes became a million dollar idea.
Theresa May says Dyson is committed 'long-term' to the UK
Theresa May tells MPs the firm is committed to Britain, despite moving its HQ to Singapore.
Patisserie Valerie reveals stores to close
The failed cafe chain says 920 jobs will be lost due to the closure of 71 outlets.
Martin Lewis drops Facebook legal action
Facebook has promised the consumer rights champion measures to tackle fake ads on its platform.
Iceland continues to sell palm oil products despite pledge
The retailer promised to remove palm oil from all of its own brand products by the end of 2018.
John Lewis to shut Knight & Lee store in Southsea
It is the chain's first store closure for 12 years, but it insists no other closures are planned.
Huawei warns it may pull out of some countries
Chinese tech giant warns it might transfer activities to countries "where we are welcomed".
Santander to shut 140 branches
About 1,270 jobs are put at risk after Santander announces a big round of branch closures.
'I should never have been charged' - former Tesco director
Carl Rogberg, a former Tesco UK finance director, has been acquitted of fraud and false accounting.
Martin Lewis drops Facebook lawsuit
The consumer rights campaigner had claimed fake ads on Facebook had caused reputational damage.
How virtual reality can help you manage pain
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Wetherspoons warns over labour costs
JD Wetherspoon says its first-half pre-tax profits are likely to be lower despite sales growth.
Patisserie Valerie faces legal action
A shareholder in the collapsed cafe chain said he is considering legal against the company.
Meet 'Australia's culinary queen'
Donna Hay, "Australia's culinary queen", mulls her next move after publishing the 100th and final issue of her magazine.
Sony to move Europe headquarters to avoid Brexit disruption
The Japanese firm will move its European headquarters to the Netherlands to avoid customs issues.
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Once-prominent 'conversion therapist' will now 'pursue life as a gay man'
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