Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein hints at Frankfurt move

Lloyd Blankfein tweets he intends to spend more time in Frankfurt, a hint of a post-Brexit move.
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Black Monday 1987: 'Our jaws hit the desk'

On Black Monday 30 years ago investors were stunned by a global stock markets crash. What's its legacy?
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UK banks 'exposed to money laundering in South Africa'

Lord Hain says up to £400m may inadvertently have been laundered by HSBC and Standard Chartered.
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Amazon: More than 100 cities bid for new headquarters

The deadline is approaching for US cities to submit proposals to host Amazon's new headquarters.
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UK retail sales in sharp fall in September, ONS says

The Office for National Statistics says retail sales dropped last month, reversing a jump in August.
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Banks consider 555 fraud 'hotline'

The financial industry thinks an emergency phone number could stop some bank fraud.
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The investment fraud costing victims £26,000 each

Police say scams involving share price bets called "binary options" are a growing problem in the UK.
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One in four people 'trapped in low paid jobs'

The Social Mobility Commission says low pay is "endemic" in the UK.
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Office provider IWG sees shares plunge after profit warning

IWG says investment will lead to extra costs while sales have been weaker than expected.
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Interserve shares dive on new profit warning

The troubled construction and support services firm says it could breach its banking agreements.
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Creative sector warns of Brexit threat to economy

The £87bn a year the sector generates for the economy is at risk, the sector's trade body says.
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China third quarter growth meets expectations at 6.8%

The world's second largest economy has taken steps to rein in debt and cool the housing market.
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FTSE 100 down at close as Unilever sales slow

Sales growth at the consumer goods giant slows as it is hit by poorer weather in Europe and US hurricanes.
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Lloyds Bank shareholders 'mugged', claim lawyers

Shareholders are suing the bank and five former directors over the 2008 purchase of Halifax Bank of Scotland.
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Tesco to start selling green satsumas and clementines

Supermarket says it will cut food waste by selling the green citrus fruit instead of rejecting them.
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Would you eat green satsumas?

Tesco has announced it will start selling green satsumas but would you be willing to eat them?
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The 19-year-old millionaire estate agent

Akshay Ruparelia set up his business from his bedroom during his A-level exams.
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Putting Canadian wine on the map

How the wines of Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie are winning a growing number of fans around the world.
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What has China's president Xi Jinping achieved so far?

Chinese president Xi Jinping will be confirmed for a second five-year term this month.
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Bricks and mortar shops are cashing in on online shopping

The rise of online shopping has turned retail upside down but innovative retailers are combining online and offline shopping.
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Master brewer: My rookie error

Grain Brewery's founder Phil Halls thought that making beer was easy, but could he overcome his early problems before his business folded?
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A brief history of the old pound coin

A brief history of the old pound coin as it drops out of circulation on Monday.
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Swipe, scan and go: Staffless, cashless stores

Developments in self-driving vehicles, mobile payments, data analysis and wireless tagging of stock could all completely change our shopping experience.
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Sunwing flyer sues because he got sparkling wine not champagne

The plaintiff says champagne was promised in the brochure; the airline calls the lawsuit "frivolous".
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Fear the deer

Milwaukee is historically famous for its beer and its motorcycles, but now its basketball team is hoping to fly the flag for the US city.
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Rubbish dump

A ban on the import of waste in China is about create a major blockage backing up through the global waste disposal system
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Wine on the edge

How Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie is able to make award-winning wines, despite winter temperatures so cold it can kill his vines.
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Health risks

Health risks and job losses are among the harms many in China face in the push for economic change.
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Toughest lessons

A student who faced torture and imprisonment in Syria's civil war is starting her life again at a university in Canada
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Sweet success

What's the best way to sell online? And how do you make sure your website really works?
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Poison purifiers

The social entrepreneurs innovating a clean water solution for Bangladesh's arsenic poisoning crisis
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Strong currency

Paresh Davdra developed his successful money exchange firm from the ground up.
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Pipe perfection

Designed in 1775, the S-bend was key to the flushing toilet, and public sanitation as we know it.
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Made in Japan

The industrial crisis at Kobe Steel is deepening but some warn it won’t be the last Japanese business scandal.
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Racing finances

Formula One teams' costs have soared after rules changes designed to make for closer competition.
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No-belle prize

Just 13% of US academic economists are women - and only one has won the Nobel Prize in economics. Why are women so under-represented in the profession?
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Pest control

How apps using image recognition are helping farmers identify crop diseases.
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Timber travel

A growing number of firms are crafting bikes using wood, but some cyclists remain wary
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Location, location, location

Where we are, and where we want to go is at the heart of many of the world's most innovative businesses.
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Disney to Pompey

Michael Eisner is using is expertise in the US entertainment industry to turn around Portsmouth FC.
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Eat your cup

What solutions would work best to deal with our growing coffee cup waste mountain?
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Worst odds

The countries where most girls don't even get to start primary school.
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Baby Lifesaver

This Bangladeshi doctor who turned a shampoo bottle into a low-cost lifesaver
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Robo shops

Can a wave of disruptive ideas change our shopping habits?
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From pillows to concrete

Carbon emissions contribute to global warming, so could tech that removes them from the air slow the process?
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Have you been nudged?

Five ways the theory behind this year's Nobel prize for economics may have influenced your behaviour.
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Mamma spice

How Munaf Kapadia runs a successful "pop up" restaurant at his family home in Mumbai.
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Blue sky thinking

British scientists played a key role in developing radar, which has helped deliver safer skies.
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Out of control

Carmakers are increasingly sending vehicle software updates wirelessly, but how risky is this?
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Film memorabilia

Some film memorabilia fetches millions at auction, but it can cost nothing to start a collection.
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Smells wrong

Could niche perfumes made by artisan houses be the saviour for the struggling fragrance industry?
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Royal model

Sheikha Hind provides a modern face for the wealthy, blockaded Gulf state of Qatar.
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Trump impact?

International students are increasingly looking outside the US to pursue graduate business education.
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Ice men

Meet the engineers who create ice structures in India's far north, to try to solve persistent water shortages.
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Close call

5G broadband could be 10 times as fast as 4G and underpin many new technologies of the future.
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Out of fashion

From take-off to final grounding, the airline has seen the best and worst of times in the airline industry.
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Women on board

There are lots of reasons to fight for gender equality - but could hiring more women make you more money?
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What do we want?

Asking customers what they wanted profoundly changed how retailers sold their goods.
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Whole foods king

Greg Steltenpohl founded one of America's best-known smoothie brands, but almost lost everything after a major corporate crisis.
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Horses for courses

Banks are investing in the centre of cities like Manchester, but are closing branches in the suburbs.
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Brass in pocket?

A rise in interest rates would be good news for savers, but bad for borrowers. How would a rise of 0.25% affect you?
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Wooden wheels

Japanese researchers are developing new light-but-strong materials combining wood pulp and plastics.
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Sugar rush

The UK's sugar beet industry plans to ramp up production as EU quotas come to an end after 50 years.
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Ethical model

More businesses are embracing the 'buy one, donate one' model, but can they also turn a profit?
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