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Sky News faces uncertain future after Disney-Fox deal
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Unilever sells margarine business to KKR for £6bn
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Airbus chief Tom Enders to leave after power struggle
Chief executive Tom Enders will stand down in 2019 and its chief operating officer will leave in February.

HS2 redundancy pay 'shocking waste' of taxpayer cash
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Japan expands unilateral sanctions against North Korea
Nearly 20 entities have been targeted as Japan widens its blacklist of companies trading with Pyongyang.

Walt Disney buys Murdoch's Fox for $52bn
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Eurozone economy to grow at faster rate, says central bank
The European Central Bank expects GDP to rise further but inflation will stay below target.

Teva Pharmaceuticals: Israeli drugmaker to cut 14,000 jobs
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Scottish income tax changes unveiled
Higher and middle earners will pay more than elsewhere in the UK, but lower earners will pay less.

Niki Austrian airline failure strands many passengers
About 5,000 passengers are stuck abroad after the Austrian airline opens insolvency proceedings.

Black Friday lifts UK retail sales in November
Deals on electrical household appliances boosted sales in November, official figures suggest.

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How public relations became a million dollar idea
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Digitally preserving Africa's artefacts
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Turning the cactus into a cash crop
Food technologist and entrepreneur Dr Evelyn Okoth is turning cactus into a cash crop.

Disney-Fox: Five things it could mean
The BBC's Andrew Neil has five things the $52.4bn (£39bn) tie-up could mean.

The small jeans firm with a big ambition
With a workforce of just 15 people, the Hiut Denim Company now sells its jeans around the world from its small factory in rural Wales.

How inflation is hitting Britain's bakers
Bakery owner John Foster explains how the rising price of imports is affecting his business.

Helping poorer Kenyans pay for healthcare
Paying for healthcare in Kenya has got easier thanks to M-Tiba, a mobile "electronic health wallet".

How Toni Mascolo gave hairdressing a makeover
Toni Mascolo, with his brother Guy revolutionised hairdressing in London at the end of the last century.

German protest over Nazi toy soldiers on Amazon
A German father petitions against the sale of Lego-style soldiers in Nazi uniforms.

Sleep in a showroom
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Locked out
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Travelling homes
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Speak up
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Fashion contender
Despite being based in a small Welsh town, the Hiut Demin Company is exporting its jeans globally.

Testing values
The next international Pisa tests are going to compare how well young people understand other cultures.

Care for all
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Granny dam-builder
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3am epiphany
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A political Fed
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Paint and sip
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Financial secrets
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Chat and pay
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Crypto currency
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Declining thread
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Look at me
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Fed heads
At every key moment in US economic history, the chair of the Federal Reserve has set the pace.

Unwrapping the past
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Dangerous milk
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Saving mums
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Plastic fantastic
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Healthy dragon
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Renting in retirement
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Cheesy idea
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Coping methods
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Powering up
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