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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.

Osborne may gloat about recovery, but his “hard slog” will leave Britain worse off
By Robert Skidelsky - 30 September 8:42

The recovery of the British economy, which started under Labour, was aborted in 2010.

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Siemens to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide
By New Statesman - 30 September 7:43

A third of the lay-offs will be in home market.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 30 September 7:20

News stories from around the web.

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Royal Mail sell-off: Thatcherism lives on
By Billy Bambrough - 27 September 13:30

Before postal workers even have a chance to strike over the plan.

An image from the Flora campaign, put together by Lowe and Partners South Africa
The race to the bottom: why agencies keep making offensive adverts
By Josh Lowe - 27 September 12:08

Remember the Hyundai suicide advert? Or the campaign that suggested Flora margarine could strengthen your heart against the shock of having a gay child? Josh Lowe investigates why these deeply offensive campaigns ever see the light of day.

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How do you insure the intangible?
By Rebecca Larkin - 27 September 10:38

Cyber-liability: new and fast growing.

It's unaccountable corporations, not socialism and the state, that the public loathe
By James Bloodworth - 27 September 10:24

In whipping itself into a frenzy over Miliband’s plan to freeze energy prices, the right has turned a blind eye to mounting revulsion over private firms.

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"Working motherhood" is political and divisive in a way that "working fatherhood" is not. Why?
By Glosswitch - 27 September 10:21

When you are a mother, earning money or not earning money is interpreted as a broader statement about the role of women in general and mothers in particular.

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US DoJ fines nine Japanese firms $740m over price-fixing conspiracies
By New Statesman - 27 September 9:27

The criminal investigation is the largest carried out by the department’s antitrust division so far.

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eBay agrees to buy Braintree for $800m
By New Statesman - 27 September 9:24

The deal will provide eBay access to Braintree’s mobile application Venmo.

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Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
By New Statesman - 27 September 9:20

News stories from around the web.

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