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article 15 September 2014 UK
Phones 4u in administration
Phones 4u administration: networks accused of 'ruthlessness'

Vodafone and EE are criticised for the "ruthless" behaviour that led to mobile phone retailer Phones 4u being placed in administration - putting more than 5,500 jobs at risk.

article 11 September 2014 Business
A Bitcoin ATM
Banking on bitcoin? Why many more may do so soon

Average UK bank customers may not be using the fast-growing internet currency bitcoin just yet, but as CNBC's UK Business Editor Helia Ebrahimi reports, authorities would do well to take it seriously.

video 10 September 2014 UK

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'A yes vote in Scotland could lead to a banking crisis'

Nobel prize winning economist Paul Krugman joins Professor Andrew Hughes-Hallett, who sits on the Scottish government's Fiscal Advisory Board, to talk about what independence could mean for banks.

article 09 September 2014 UK, Scotland
An opinion poll showing a small majority in favour of Scottish independence led to a fall in the value of the pound and Scottish bank shares. A taste of things to come? (Getty)
by Scottish yes vote: what happens to the pound in your pocket?

An opinion poll showing a small majority in favour of Scottish independence led to a fall in the value of the pound and Scottish bank shares. A taste of things to come?

article 29 August 2014 World, Malaysia
Malaysia Airlines is cutting its workforce by a third and reducing its route network following the disappearance of one of its flights and the shooting down of another (Reuters)
Can job cuts save disaster- struck Malaysia Airlines?

Malaysia Airlines is cutting its workforce by a third and reducing its route network following the disappearance of one of its flights and the shooting down of another.

article 27 August 2014 UK
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Taxpayer-backed RBS fined over mortgage advice

Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest are fined 14.5m after the City regulator finds "serious failings" in its advice to mortgage customers.

article 25 August 2014 UK
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Geoff White by Real-life pop-up ads: coming to a phone near you

New smartphone technology can pick up adverts when shoppers pass nearby "beacons". It is government funded, but privacy campaigners are worried about what happens to the data collected.

article 19 August 2014 UK
Rail passengers will have to pay an extra 3.5 per cent for their season tickets in January on top of the big increases they have seen since the last election (Getty)
Fair fares? Cost of rail tickets rises as wages stagnate

Rail passengers will have to pay an extra 3.5 per cent for their season tickets in January on top of the big increases they have seen since the last election.

video 16 August 2014 UK

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Anti-frackers set up camp in Blackpool - video

Anti-fracking campaigners pitch up in Blackpool to protest against Cuadrilla's plans to drill two potential shale gas sites. But the company says they have little local support.