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video 23 September 2014 UK

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Tesco not out of trouble yet - video

Tesco's shares keep on falling, and the company continues to lose grocery sales to its supermarket rivals.

article 22 September 2014 World
Charlo greene
The best ever way to quit your job?

An American TV reporter quits her job live on air, swearing before walking off camera. We look at how others have resigned in style.

article 22 September 2014 Business
News
What has gone wrong at Tesco?

Four senior Tesco executives are suspended after expected profits were overstated by 250m at Britain's biggest retailer. What happened and why does it matter?

article 18 September 2014 Business, China
Alibaba's NY Stock Exchange flotation
Bigger than Amazon and eBay, Alibaba set to float

China's e-commerce behemoth Alibaba handles most of the country's online shopping. As it is joins the US stock market, it has set its sights on expansion in the USA and Europe.

article 17 September 2014 UK
Unemployment falls by 146,000 to 2.02 million - with the latest official figures showing the largest annual drop in a quarter of a century (Getty)
Unemployment falls but pay growth stutters

Unemployment falls by 146,000 to 2.02 million - with the latest official figures showing the largest annual drop in a quarter of a century.

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?