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Marmite-owner Unilever makes three bids for GSK consumer goods arm
GlaxoSmithKline rejected three offers, saying they "undervalued" its consumer goods business.

Jailed 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli ordered to repay $64m
Martin Shkreli has also been barred from the US pharmaceutical industry for life.

Tesla starts accepting once-joke cryptocurrency Dogecoin
Elon Musk's plans send the value of the cryptocurrency soaring.

YouTube rich list: MrBeast was the highest-paid star of 2021
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The company's current chief executive described John Sainsbury as a "shopkeeper to his core".

Meta faces billion-pound class-action case
Facebook's 44 million UK users could share £2.3bn in damages, a competition expert intending to sue Meta says

North Korea hackers stole $400m of cryptocurrency in 2021, report says
Blockchain research firm Chainalysis says the value extracted from the hacks grew by 40% year-on-year.

Inflation: South Korea raises rates to pre-pandemic level
Its third interest rate hike in six months comes as it tries to contain rising prices and debt.

US Supreme Court blocks Biden's workplace vaccine mandate
The ruling marks a major blow to a central pillar of the White House's strategy for tackling Covid-19.

Google backs office work with $1bn UK investment
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UK and India launch trade talks 'worth billions'
Britain says a deal could be worth billions of pounds and almost double exports to India by 2035.

French holiday bookings surge after rule change
The easing of French travel restrictions has led to an immediate increase in holiday bookings, operators say.

Covid-19: France to relax travel rules from the UK
Vaccinated travellers will no longer need a compelling reason to enter France, or have to isolate.

'As a black woman in STEM I'm used for photo opportunities'
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The people using YouTube to pay for their French chateau
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One young firefighter describes what the day-to-day is really like. And what it takes to get hired.

The controversy of wood pellets as a green energy source
Wood pellets are touted as a 'green' way to make electricity, but many reject these claims.

The AI software that could turn you in to a music star
Artificial intelligence is now smart enough to write tracks that earn streaming service royalties.

CES: Should the world’s biggest tech show have gone ahead?
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has gone ahead in Las Vegas, despite the pandemic.

Caviar sales soar as more people get a taste for posh fish eggs
Global producers of caviar say that demand has soared since the first lockdown.

CEO Secrets: 'Make decisions as if you were on your deathbed'
Michael Cockburn, co-founder of office-working app Desana, shares his business advice.

Can a solar-power fridge get more people vaccinated?
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The alcohol-free 'off-licence' helping with Dry January
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Queen's Platinum Jubilee: Royal Mint releases new coins
We take a look behind the scenes at the Royal Mint, where new coins are designed and produced.

UK's best bus driver: Derbyshire woman's inspiring journey to help others
Karen Miles has been crowned UK bus driver of the year for her work during the pandemic.

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