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In a BBC interview, Paul Pomroy, chief executive of McDonald's UK, tells us the feedback from his staff indicates they "love the flexibility" of zero-hour contracts.
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Martin Sorrell, chief executive of advertising giant WPP, expresses optimism about China's growth, despite fears over its economic health.
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The BBC's Jennifer Pak speaks to the celebrity chef Chef Wan about the secrets to his success.
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Asian shares have opened lower again as concerns over China's slowing growth continue to haunt investors.
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Intel Inside... literally?
25 Aug 2015 3:09:09
Is your body the next frontier for the chip giant?
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Horses for sale in Ukraine
25 Aug 2015 3:02:20
Is Ukraine right to sell off its equine farms?
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The dust in our homes contains an average of 9,000 different types of fungi and bacteria, a study suggests.
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Scientists identify the condition aphantasia, in which people cannot create images in their head
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What can the past tell us about whether it's worth hanging onto stocks during storms like Black Monday?
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China's stock market fell sharply and the country's central bank has reduced interest rates to try and help the situation.
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Wall Street shares close lower again after a sharp rally fizzles out in the last hour of trading.
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The BBC explains some of the words being used to describe the recent stock market turmoil, triggered by slowdown fears in China.
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Central banks are under too much pressure to fix struggling economies, according to the man in charge of India's monetary policy.
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India's central bank head on recent market turmoil
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It seems like we wait for a disastrous disease outbreak before we get serious about making a vaccine for it. Seth Berkley lays out the market realities and unbalanced risks behind why we aren't making vaccines for the world's biggest diseases.
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Some early adopters of a new Samsung phone have said the device's stylus can damage the phone when inserted upside down.
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A team of marine life rescuers spend two days in freezing Icelandic waters to free a whale that had become entangled in fishing gear.
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Chancellor George Osborne says that Britain is much better prepared than it was a few years ago to deal with turmoil in China's economy.
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The Israeli health ministry has ruled that Heinz tomato ketchup must now be sold as "tomato seasoning" in the Middle East country.
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London's leading shares surge in Tuesday trading, raising hopes that the index's 10-day losing streak might have come to an end.
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China cuts its main interest rate by 0.25 percentage points to 4.6% after two days of stock market turmoil.
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An email from Apple's CEO about the company's performance in China, has raised eyebrows among market-watchers.
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Why are European stock markets this morning unperturbed by China's record-breaking four-day share prices falls?
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Annual profits at BHP Billiton slid 86% despite slashing costs, as a collapse in Chinese demand for commodities hit the mining giant.
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The number of complaints about so-called packaged bank accounts has "shot up", according to new figures from the Financial Ombudsman.
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