Asda grows again after three-year slump

The Walmart-owned supermarket reports its first quarterly like-for-like sales growth since 2014.
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Top Shop bosses out of fashion in Arcadia shake-up

Sir Philip Green shakes up Top Shop management in a bid to revive his ailing retail empire.
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Daily Stormer: Cloudflare drops neo-Nazi site

Cloudflare no longer protects the Daily Stormer from distributed denial of service attacks.
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Apple boss Tim Cook joins Donald Trump condemnation

Tim Cook slams the President's response to Charlottesville as Apple plans human rights donations.
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Pain in Spain: Are tourists still welcome?

As anti-tourism protests hit Barcelona, can visitors happily coexist with local residents?
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UK retail sales growth continues in July

Strong food sales drove a 0.3% increase in retail sales, while most other categories fell back.
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Hyundai vows to produce longer-range electric car

The Korean carmaker is promising an electric car that can go 500 kilometres for each charge.
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Nokia 8 smartphone takes 'bothie' videos

The phone streams video from its front and rear cameras at the same time to Facebook or YouTube .
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Fracking: Shale rock professor says UK gas reserves 'hyped'

UK shale deposits were formed 55 million years too late to trap large amounts of gas, a professor warns.
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National Minimum Wage: Workers win £2m compensation

The government's latest campaign lists 230 employers who failed to pay the minimum wage.
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HBO social media hacked in latest cyber security breach

Entertainment firm HBO is facing another cyber breach, as it social media accounts are compromised.
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Ryanair accuses Lufthansa of Air Berlin 'conspiracy'

Ryanair accuses Lufthansa and the German government of colluding to carve up the failed airline.
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Dulux owner Akzo Nobel strikes truce with activist investor

Elliott agrees to halt its long-running feud with paint maker Akzo Nobel and suspend legal action.
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Walnut wipeout whips up chocolate storm

Nestle is launching a new version of the Walnut Whip - but without the famous nut on its peak.
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'We can't get the skilled staff'

Stuart Gardner, the boss of British motorbike maker Norton, says that a shortage of skilled employees is holding his firm back.
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Will you ever be able to retire?

With people living longer and saving less, are we living through the death of retirement?
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India partition: 'We had to start from zero once again'

Among the millions affected by India's partition were people with businesses they had run for decades.
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India and Pakistan economies: 70 years on

What has become of India's and Pakistan's economies, 70 years after independence from Britain and partition?
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Creating a robot to combat loneliness

Japanese inventor Kentaro Yoshifuji built his Orihime robot to address the loneliness he felt as a child.
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'Baby modelling - why not?'

An insight into the world of baby and child modelling in South Africa.
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How the selfie stick became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the selfie stick became a million dollar idea.
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Should Nigeria have a national airline?

The Nigerian government is investing in a national airline but does the country need one?
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Cornish fish restaurant named best in the UK

Port Isaac's Restaurant Nathan Outlaw has pushed the previous winner off the top after five years.
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Who is the most successful James Bond?

How does Daniel Craig compare to the actors who have played 007 before him?
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What's in a name?

China's ban on names such as "scared of wife" or "prehistoric powers" comes after a crackdown on what Beijing regards as strange buildings.
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Germany's 'hidden champions'

Exploring the small and medium-sized firms that are the backbone of Germany's economy.
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King's ransom

Why passing away has done little to deaden the commercial appeal of musical legends like Elvis and their entrepreneurial super fans.
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Changing formats

Hit TV shows are now bought and adapted for different countries around the world in an industry worth billions.
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The right note?

Why hi-resolution sites are music to the ears of fans who want the best possible sound.
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Have it your way

Entrepreneur Lapo Elkann explains how his firm is enticing the rich by customising cars, yachts and private jets.
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Cathedrals of commerce

These "cathedrals of commerce" were democratic spaces that, some say, helped emancipate women.
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Bouncing back

How Giles Fuchs went from failing his A-levels to becoming a very wealthy property and offices boss.
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Trade zone North America

In August, Canada, the US and Mexico will sit down to begin to renegotiate Nafta.
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Generation wanderlust

How travel companies are trying hard to target the lucrative "selfie-generation".
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Wired weeding

A smartphone app can tell you whether Japanese knotweed is anywhere near where you live.
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Cardboard connoisseur

It has often been written off - but sales suggest bag-in-box wine is surging in popularity.
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'Business as usual'

Businesses in Manchester have been impacted by a fall in visitor numbers in the aftermath of the bomb attack in May, but they are optimistic of a full recovery.
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Gloves off

Can the world's most popular mixed martial arts brand finally succeed in conquering the continent?
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Kings of the road

The number of ice cream vans has been falling, but a crop of firms are determined to keep the industry alive.
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