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US fourth-quarter growth rate revised up, 2017-03-30
Stronger consumer spending meant the US economy grew faster than initially thought at the end of 2016.

Lloyd's of London to set up Brussels hub, 2017-03-30
The chief executive of Lloyd's of London says 'tens of staff' will be shifted to Brussels.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+: First look, 2017-03-29
Samsung's new phones feature a new virtual assistant, Bixby, and longer screens than past devices.

Brexit Britain, 2017-03-29
With Article 50 now triggered, what are the options for the UK's negotiators when it comes to trade?

How will the Port of Dover cope with Brexit?, 2017-03-29
Tim Waggott, boss of Britain's busiest port warns that getting Brexit wrong could lead to queues of lorries at Dover "every day in perpetuity".

Health check, 2017-03-28
With the UK about to trigger Article 50, the BBC looks at how the economy has fared since June 2016.

60 Seconds of Business Sense: How to buy a business, 2017-03-28
Touker Suleyman, chairman of the fashion company Low Profile Holdings, gives advice on how to buy a business.

Ceramics boss: 'We are looking at the US', 2017-03-27
Paul Farmer, boss of Wade Ceramics, says he is increasingly looking to export to the US as a result of Brexit.

A brief history of decimal coins, 2017-03-27
As the new £1 coin rolls out, BBC Rewind takes a look back at the history of decimal coins in the UK.

UK banks given new stress test scenarios, 2017-03-27
The Bank of England tells the UK's biggest banks to prepare for a range of challenges.

Brexit: Food chiefs warn on EU tariffs, 2017-03-27
Farmers, supermarkets and suppliers call on Theresa May to secure a free trade deal with the EU.

Dyson 'enormously optimistic' about post-Brexit trade, 2017-03-27
The billionaire says UK business success lies beyond Europe because "that's the fast-growing bit".

Just Google it, 2017-03-26
Is Google's position as the world's leading search engine now unassailable?

Oil nations look at extending supply cut, 2017-03-26
Major oil producers consider a six-month extension to production cuts in a fresh bid to boost prices.

Pensions mistakes of the past must be avoided, says John Cridland, 2017-03-24
The author of a major pensions review tells the BBC that the government must avoid past pension mistakes.

Cycle courier wins holiday pay battle, 2017-03-24
An employment tribunal rules that a self-employed cycle courier for Excel was actually "a worker".

Eurozone growth nears six-year high, survey data suggests, 2017-03-24
Growth in France and Germany help the bloc's economic recovery "surge higher", a survey says.

Robots to affect up to 30% of UK jobs, says PwC, 2017-03-24
Manufacturing and retail jobs are most at risk from automation by the 2030s, a report says.

Higher fuel prices take toll on retail sales, 2017-03-23
Sales rose more than expected last month, but the underlying trend suggests fuel costs are starting to bite.

Brexit: Single market benefit 'largely imaginary', 2017-03-23
Author of a report argues that no trade deal is better than a bad deal with the EU.

State pension age could be raised to 70, says report, 2017-03-22
Twenty year-olds may have to work till the age of 70, with millions more having to work till 68

Bank cheques to be cleared within a day, 2017-03-22
From October 2017, cheques will start to clear much faster than the current six days' waiting time.

Carney defends Bank of England over Hogg resignation, 2017-03-21
Mark Carney says the Bank's former deputy governor made a serious but "honest mistake".

Reality Check, 2017-03-20
CPIH is about to become the headline measure of inflation, but it's not a proper national statistic.

Blurred lines?, 2017-03-19
Gamblers and insurers both place bets on the future, so how do they compare?

Rags to revolution, 2017-03-12
The Gutenberg press could not have revolutionised how we communicate without the invention of paper.

WTO what?, 2017-03-8
The UK has voted to leave the European Union, but what exactly does this mean for trade?

Reality Check, 2017-03-6
Some taxes are expected to rise in the coming years, but it could all change in Wednesday's Budget.

Goodbye Spring Budget, 2017-03-6
Why this Spring Budget will be the last time big tax changes should be made in March.

Drugs disaster, 2017-03-5
Economic incentives have dangerously distorted the use of antibiotics in people and animals.

Chancellor's challenge, 2017-03-5
Over-confident consumers and under-confident corporations are on the mind of UK chancellor.

Hitting rock bottom, 2017-02-28
Why are huge container ships, once worth millions of pounds, now being sold for scrap?

Innovation, Ikea style, 2017-02-26
Ikea's humble bookcase epitomises a relentless pursuit of lower costs and acceptable functionality.

Price drop, 2017-02-24
Cocoa farmers in Ivory Coast face a collapse in prices and tell the BBC they are not being paid for their crop

'The pips are squeaking!', 2017-02-24
A selection of independent shopkeepers with distinctive shops explain how they will be hit by business rate revaluation in England.

Supermarket sourcing, 2017-02-21
Importing food is getting more expensive so why don't UK supermarkets get more of their supplies from home?

Talking to the machine, 2017-02-19
The story behind the compiler, a remarkable innovation that made modern computing possible.

Mobile money, 2017-02-12
How mobile technology is profoundly changing access to money in the developing world.

Continuing crisis, 2017-02-8
Eurozone governments and the International Monetary Fund have fallen out once again over how to handle the country's bailout.

Report card, 2017-02-7
Sweden has been experimenting with six-hour days but now the trials are over, has it really worked?

Illustrious light bulbs, 2017-02-5
Once too precious to use, now too cheap to notice – the significance of the light bulb is profound.

Employment warning, 2017-01-31
Globalisation's already had a huge impact on workers' lives and is now set to hit middle-class jobs.

Public property, 2017-01-27
Would putting Southern rail back into public ownership solve the long-running dispute?

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