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Big rise in number of working mothers, 2017-09-26
The number of working mothers in England has risen by 1.2 million over the past two decades, figures show.

Brent oil price ease back from two-year highs, 2017-09-26
Crude pulls back after rising demand and Opec production cuts sent prices near two-year highs.

What ails the Indian economy?, 2017-09-26
India has seen its slowest economic growth since Narendra Modi took over as prime minister.

Storms complicate Puerto Rico's debt problems, 2017-09-26
Puerto Rico seeks to restructure more than $70bn as recovery efforts continue on the Caribbean island.

Satellites the size of a shoebox, 2017-09-25
US firm Planet Labs makes satellites you could hold in your hands, and has more in orbit than anyone else.

John McDonnell 'would bring existing PFI contracts in-house', 2017-09-25
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says "wasteful" contracts will be brought back into public sector.

Bank of England sounds alarm on debt bubble risks, 2017-09-25
UK banks could lose 20% of all consumer loans in a severe economic downturn, the Bank of England says.

Motor insurance cost 'widens between sexes', 2017-09-25
Insurers have been banned from using gender as a factor when setting premiums for the past four years.

Do you still send postcards?, 2017-09-25
The holiday ritual of sending a postcard home from a trip is dying, a closing UK publisher says.

Gender pay gap widens for managers, 2017-09-24
For the UK's 3.3 million managers, men earn more than a quarter more on average than women.

Not so fantastic?, 2017-09-24
Cheap plastic has become ubiquitous, but we need to get better at recycling it.

CEO Secrets: 'If we soften up, our readers will go', 2017-09-24
Known as the Private Eye of the tech world The Register loves to satirise industry giants - and it's paying off.

Jeremy Corbyn 'would repeal Trade Union Act', 2017-09-24
The Labour leader told Andrew Marr he supported workers asking for a decent public sector pay rise.

How this family shop lasted 150 years, 2017-09-23
The secrets of a hardware store which opened in 1867 and is still going strong.

Solar panel imports 'harm US producers', 2017-09-22
President Trump will make a decision on help for US solar manufacturers after a trade panel ruling.

Brexit: Firms call for action after May's Florence speech, 2017-09-22
After Theresa May's Brexit speech, business groups say it is now time for progress on trade and transition.

What if the animals we eat run out of food?, 2017-09-22
The man who's turning food waste into maggot-based animal feed.

Visitor numbers to UK hit record in July, 2017-09-22
The number of overseas visitors to the UK topped four million in July for the first time.

Eurozone sees 'burst of activity' in September, 2017-09-22
The eurozone economy ended the third quarter of the year on a strong note, a survey indicates.

Slough named as the 'best place' to work and live, 2017-09-22
The town immortalised by 'The Office' is a "prime spot" for jobs and a good quality of life.

Japan's yen rises after N Korea warning, 2017-09-22
Analysts say the situation would have to be catastrophic for investors to flee the currency.

Government borrowing at lowest August level for 10 years, 2017-09-21
Record VAT receipts for August helped government borrowing to be lower than expected last month.

Success story, 2017-09-17
Without it, companies in the sharing economy might not have grown as successfully as they have.

Northern Rock, 2017-09-11
The collapse of Northern Rock: Ten years on

Creative currency, 2017-09-10
The value of modern currency comes not from what it's made of, but what we all agree it's worth.

Money machines, 2017-09-7
Could low-cost automated financial advice help close the massive retirement savings gap?

Cheers to that, 2017-09-5
The English wine making industry is growing, but could it ever threaten the dominant European producers?

Limiting liability , 2017-09-3
The limited liability company has been described as "the greatest single discovery of modern times”.

Sterling sense, 2017-08-31
Buying foreign currency is both easier and more challenging than in the past.

Banking bonanza, 2017-08-28
Many of Europe's largest banks have already announced their intention to relocate jobs to Frankfurt as Brexit talks go on.

Poisonous progress, 2017-08-27
The arguments nearly a century ago over the use of leaded petrol.

Mixed picture, 2017-08-27
More than half of the 160 BHS stores that closed after it went into administration a year ago are still empty, says new research.

Selling citizenship, 2017-08-22
Amar Al-Sadi and her family escaped war-torn Yemen and are among thousands who have bought Maltese passports.

The devil's rope, 2017-08-6
How the spread of barbed wire helped redraw the map of the USA.

The tax trick, 2017-07-30
The chunk of global wealth illegally stashed in tax havens is a big feature of the modern economy.

Five food fights, 2017-07-27
Chlorine chicken isn't the only food that has got politicians in a flap

Inside US/UK trade deal, 2017-07-25
How would the UK benefit from a trade deal with the US and is it likely to happen?

Formula fix, 2017-07-24
Since the first commercial substitute for breast milk was launched in 1865, formula has shaped the workforce.

Happy travelling, 2017-07-21
The government is consulting on a new strategy which puts the consumer "at the heart of the aviation sector".

Easy does it?, 2017-07-16
Warren Buffett has advised his wife to invest her money in low-cost index funds, after his death.

Medieval money, 2017-07-9
Medieval tally sticks illustrate what money really is: a kind of debt that can be traded freely.

Tricky trade-off, 2017-06-25
If rules are too strict, good ideas take too long to spread, but lax regulation risks no innovation.

Better prospects, 2017-06-22
What impact is China's Belt and Road initiative, aimed at boosting trade links, having in Kazakhstan?

One year on, 2017-06-22
What do economists and businesses think of the aftermath of the Brexit vote, and what do they think the future holds?

Energy revolution, 2017-06-21
China consumes more electricity than any other country but is also the world's biggest solar energy producer.

A hot issue, 2017-06-20
South Africa exports almost half of the apples it grows, but rising temperatures are hitting production.

Gaming gift , 2017-06-18
From Spacewar! to Pokemon Go, video games have created jobs, made money and driven technology forward.

Reality Check, 2017-06-16
Is the government allowed to requisition homes to provide emergency housing?

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