Lion Air families told of fatal Boeing 737 crash causes

Indonesian investigators blame design and mechanical failures for Boeing 737 disaster last October.
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WeWork accepts multi-billion-dollar Softbank rescue deal

The cash-strapped office rental firm has accepted a bailout deal from Japanese backer Softbank.
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'Sex work paid my student bills. Now I regret it'

A growing number of students sell intimate pictures online or more to pay for university life, a survey says.
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Anglesey nuclear power plant set for planning boost

The £13bn plans are on hold after a deal could not be reached over the price paid for energy.
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Shaquille O'Neal backs NBA executive over China dispute

The basketball legend has defended comments made by a NBA executive that prompted a backlash in China.
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Fracking 'years behind schedule' despite £32m cost

The government forecast up to 20 wells would be fracked by mid-2020, but only three have been so far.
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Katie Price, Lauren Goodger and Georgia Harrison Instagram posts banned

Advertising watchdog bans weight loss posts by Katie Price, Lauren Goodger and Georgia Harrison.
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Dragons' Den success story firm risks collapse

Gripit, founded by young entrepreneur Jordan Daykin, is in "a precarious position", its board says.
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UK cyber-centre targets payment card fraud

Banks are being told which payment cards to watch by government cyber-experts targeting online thieves.
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What prohibition's failure means for the legalisation of cannabis

Banning alcohol inadvertently created one of the most successful black markets in the world.
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The race to build a flying electric taxi

More than a hundred companies are working on electric aircraft designed to zip in and out of cities.
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High Street: How many UK shops have closed?

Many retailers have announced store closures and job losses.
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The map store boss who took the long route

Vivien Godfrey waited until she was 56 before taking the helm at her family's firm Stanfords.
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What's it like working with someone you're married to?

Some couples who work together say it makes both partnerships stronger, but it's not always easy to navigate.
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The spectacular fall of money manager Neil Woodford

Sacked from his flagship fund, and shutting the business - the story of Neil Woodford and his sudden fall.
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Ghost nets: Tackling a silent killer of the seas

Ghost nets kill huge numbers of marine animals every year, but new tech might help prevent that.
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IMF: What is it and why does it matter?

The annual meeting of the IMF gets under way in Washington this week.
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Can a new apple take over the world?

Apple growers in Washington state reckon their new variety, the Cosmic Crisp, will be a global hit.
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My Money: 'BOOM, suddenly £14.99 less rich!'

As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.
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Exchange rates: Why has the value of the pound jumped?

A simple guide to how currency is valued and what it means for your finances.
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And 'Lo!' - How the internet was born

Interface Message Processors built the Arpanet, which led to the internet of today.
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The founder of an over-50s dating app shares her secrets

The founder of a dating app for people over fifty shares her business advice with the BBC.
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'I lost £4,000 in a call centre scam'

Doug Varey was offered security software which turned out to be a frightening and costly scam.
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Syrians in Brazil: 'I am not a millionaire, but I will be'

Two Syrian refugee chefs hope their food businesses will make them millionaires in Brazil.
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BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health

Passengers on a British Airways flight that filled with smoke mid-air say they're still having breathing difficulties two months on.
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My way to stop boardroom infighting

CEO Gordon Wilson says his way to stop execs infighting is for people to open up about themselves.
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Staff back at work in former Thomas Cook shops

Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.
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Turning Paris's underground car parks into mushrooms farms

Paris is renovating many of its underground car parks and some are now growing mushrooms.
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