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UK passports 'to be made in France after Brexit'
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Tesla boss Elon Musk's $2.6bn pay day
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Fed announces US rate increase
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Time owner plans sale and 1,000 layoffs
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New Look to axe 1,000 jobs and 60 stores
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Technology giants face European 'digital tax' blow
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WhatsApp co-founder says it is time to delete Facebook
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BMW headquarters searched by police in emissions raid
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Facebook shares slip as scrutiny continues
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Why tech giants 'don't pay enough tax' in EU
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Street2Boardroom enters the corporate world
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Why are high street restaurants in trouble?
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A better way to care for dementia patients
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Blurred Lines: Marvin Gaye's family keeps $5m payout
A US court upholds a ruling that Robin Thicke copied one of Gaye's songs on his hit Blurred Lines.

Rebel Wilson: Australia media firms fail in defamation case bid
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Robot wrangler
As we build more robots, more people will be needed to manage them, and they may not all be advanced engineers.

Changing minds
Black Brazilians face higher levels of unemployment, lower salaries and get fewer managerial jobs.

Where time is slow
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Test tube meat
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Still ticking
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Real men
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Catching cyber-crooks
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Tapping or talking
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Three-point turn
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High stakes game
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Singled out
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Adapt or die
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'Ambulance to the future'
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Global shoppers
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Rotten ideas
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Fail harder
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Baby steps
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Sending home
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Model citizens
China's tech transformation proceeds apace, but with it comes more digital monitoring and control.

Career conversion
When a serious knee injury ended Greg Cox's rugby career, it set him on the path to becoming a multi-millionaire entrepreneur.

Fly drive
Since cars were invented, people have dreamed about making them fly. So why haven't they taken off?

Motor show
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Special delivery
'If children can't come to school, then the school should come to them." Lessons delivered by taxi, truck and boat.

Hippopotamus shoes
How Zimbabwe's Courteney Boot Company became one of the world's most exclusive footwear firms.

Lego block
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Power up
A breakthrough in materials technology could see fast-charging supercapacitors rival lithium-ion batteries.

Kicking back
100 years ago, women's football was popular and profitable. Then the Football Association banned it

Making make believe
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Hypersonic ambitions
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Trade wars
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Gum shoes
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Steel tax
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'My shorts saved me'
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Dressing room to boardroom
The ex-Manchester United captain and football analyst on swapping the football dressing room for the business boardroom.

Oscar challenge
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New energy
Vietnam's tech economy is experiencing an innovation renaissance, with the return of overseas nationals injecting fresh ideas and a new energy.

Drink up
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Chord change
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Waiting game
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