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Two UK business jet airports are suing RAF Northolt after the military airport expanded into civilian flights to raise cashJane Wild
Shares in Philips fell after the Dutch conglomerate swung to a net loss in the third quarter because of weaker trading inTanya Powley
South Korea’s government has rejected claims that its labour law encourages abuse of migrant workers, highlighting theSimon Mundy in Seoul
About 350 jobs will be lost at EE, as the UK’s largest mobile group embarks on an internal restructuring to shrink its headDaniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent
Shares in IBM tumbled as much as 8.5 per cent in pre-market trading in New York after profits were almost wiped out andFastFT and Richard Waters
Google Ventures, the investment arm of the US technology group, has set out its strategy to fund European start-ups, sayingMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent
Kim Jong Un during an inspection tour of a housing complex in Pyongyang on October 14 2014 © AFP PHOTO / Rodong SinmunKurt Campbell
Investment consultants are increasingly getting involved in managing money. Mick McAteer, chairman of the Financial Services3m 36secs
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BT will recruit a further 500 people to help install and repair its copper and fibre network to reduce complaints over slowDaniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent
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