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Five questions answered on Twitter’s bid to raise $1bn from the stock market
By Heidi Vella - 04 October 12:52

Twitter has revealed plans to try and raise $1bn (£619m) in its stock market debut. We answer five questions on Twitter’s stock market flotation plans.

The problem with touts: how ticket resellers got a foothold in football
By Martin Cloake - 03 October 15:30

Football clubs such as Spurs are replacing their ticket exchange schemes with commercial resellers. Are their fans getting a good deal?

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Good broadband is even more important than you think
By Sanjiv Gossain - 03 October 12:42

Moving too slowly right now.

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Disabled and on the Work Programme: "Cold calling companies for 8 to 16 hours a week"
By Frances Ryan - 03 October 11:52

"Life is already extremely limited for me, but with the pressure of the Work Programme, I've just felt a lot more hopeless – about either getting a job or just feeling happy and well again."

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Vatican bank is closing its foreign branches
By Spears magazine - 03 October 9:38

Scandal hits close to home.

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The Fed continues to sway over its QE policy
By Spears magazine - 03 October 9:32

What's the cause of this oscillation?

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Goldman Sachs, pension funds to acquire 26 per cent stake in Dong Energy
By New Statesman - 03 October 7:53

The $2bn investment will allow the Danish utility to pursue future plans.

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French court fines Ryanair €8m for breach of labour laws
By New Statesman - 03 October 7:28

The Irish budget airline will appeal the court’s ruling.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 03 October 7:21

New stories from around the web.

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Five questions answered on Tesco’s profit drop
By Heidi Vella - 02 October 15:23

Still the Uk's biggest chain.

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Covering up abuse: How Winterbourne View happened again
By Alan White - 02 October 12:50

“These aren’t isolated instances. It’s cultural, and it’s grown out of what’s happened in the care sector."

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Tesco's a lumbering beast, but it's moving in the right direction
By New Statesman - 02 October 12:29

Today's results show some progress.

Millionaire men don't like millionaire women
By Spears magazine - 02 October 12:04

"Bossy, middle-aged millionaires" only attractive to women.

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"Profit is not a dirty word"
By New Statesman - 02 October 10:59

Quote of the day.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 02 October 9:30

News stories from around the web.

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Fair play guys: account switching seems to have worked
By Douglas Blakey - 02 October 9:11

Let's not get too comfortable though, writes Douglas Blakey.

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What happens during a US government shutdown?
By Sophie McBain - 01 October 13:51

Ten things to expect.

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Give working people more money because they will spend it
By Stewart Cowley - 01 October 12:17

It's not about fairness, it's about the economy, stupid.

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The recovery is coming: can we relax yet?
By Richard Cree - 01 October 9:15

Blue skies are coming.

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Amazon to create more than 70,000 seasonal jobs in US
By New Statesman - 01 October 7:48

The global e-commerce giant will absorb several seasonal employees to permanent roles.

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GSK to sell thrombosis drug brands and French plant to Aspen for £700m
By New Statesman - 01 October 7:46

Aspen will acquire global rights to sell Arixtra and Fraxiparine brands.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 01 October 7:25

News stories from around the web.

The curious case of Berlin's Brandenburg Airport
By Mark Brierley - 30 September 15:45

Will it ever open?

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A government shutdown is not the real threat
By Nick Beecroft - 30 September 15:04

The debt ceiling debate is far more important.

The Tories' Help to Work will do nothing to solve the jobs crisis
By Liam Byrne - 30 September 10:56

Unlike Labour's Jobs Guarantee, Osborne's plan will mean people are still allowed to languish on the dole for years without ever having a proper job.

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BP could face penalty of $18bn in second phase of oil spill trial
By New Statesman - 30 September 10:12

In the latest trial, the US court will estimate the quantity of oil leaked into the Gulf of Mexico.