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The Dow opened down 2 per cent
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The Government has said it will fine retailers who fail to pay their employees the new Nation Living Wage
It’s all part of a Tory plan to shrink the state
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China's stock market plummeted on 'Black Monday'
Li Yifei 's disappearance comes after a government crackdown on market speculators
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Anxiety and depression are among the least likely illnesses to be believed
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Card providers expect the number of people using contactless to rise 60%
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The sign outside the Hatton Garden safe deposit centre
The company’s reputation suffered from bad publicity after the £10m heist
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U.S. stocks are opening higher after China's main stock index logged its biggest gain in eight weeks.
A Goldman Sachs analyst spotted that the VIX index is at recession levels
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Netflix will no longer offer ‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Transformers’ movies.

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Staff at Oliver Bonas will be paid at least £7.85 an hour, with those in London on £9.15
500 staff will be paid at least £7.85 an hour
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UBS is sponsoring Leibovitz’s next world tour
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President and CEO of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer
Mayer took two weeks off when her first child was born
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China’s manufacturing purchasing managers’ index came in at 50.1 for April

China slowdown; Oil prices drop ; Yahoo CEO expecting twins

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Roughly 6 per cent of Chinest households own stocks and shares (AP)
Beijing imposed restrictions on the media
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Tesco staff have faced a pay freeze and attempts to alter the pension scheme, but the company has made concessions

Tesco has been forced to offer concessions to furious staff.

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Mentor hired to observe board meetings after chaos at stations
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The trend for craft beer tasters has extended to mini-beer platters
Being a boutique product, craft beer can command a higher price than mass-produced lager
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Markus Persson, creator of the gaming company Mojang
Marcus Persson said he has never felt more alone
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Hundreds of thousands of young people are being encouraged into low-skill, low-pay, on-the-job training schemes to meet ministers’ 'mad' target of creating three million apprenticeships by 2020
Ministers aim to create three million apprenticeships by 2020
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The problems are the latest in a string of IT glitches to hit internet banking customers
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Styles urged his fans to boycott SeaWorld during a concert in San Diego in July
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The assumption that women are not as competent in leadership positions as men are leads to increased stress in the workplace
A mechanism in the brain is switched on when we experience rudeness
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Stock prices in China: Economic power has shifted east, and emerging market equities can bring rewards - and risk
Ben Chu, Economic View: The key here is not to sell with the herd when markets drop sharply but to ride it out.

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Candidates are facing tougher and weirder questions than ever in job interviews
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Power and the glory? An artist’s impression of Hinkley Point C, which it is envisaged will start generating in 2026 and account for 7 per cent of British consumption
Environmentalists are far from alone in opposing an 'expensive mistake'
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Sir Mike Rake
James Moore, Outlook: Pick a flotation candidate – any candidate – and you will find directors and owners having second thoughts.
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Dave Lewis built a formidable reputation at Unilever, but some were concerned by his lack of retail experience
Alex Lawson looks at the changes Dave Lewis has made
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Women and men stand in an office
Two economists have come up with a formula to quantify the gender gap
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An investor reads a newspaper in front of an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Beijing, China. China's major stock indexes sank more than 6 percent in early trade on Tuesday, after a catastrophic Monday that saw Chinese exchanges suffer their biggest losses since the global financial crisis, destabilising financial markets around the world.
Satyajit Das, Das Capital: The ‘Chinese dream’ risks turning into a nightmare for its investors and its leaders.

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Paddy Power is well-known for eye-catching promotional stunts, such as this balloon at the Cheltenham Festival
Outlook: It isn’t hard to see Paddy Power and Betfair's investors are excited
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A view through smog over the 02 Arena and the Canary Wharf financial district in London. The BBC weather centre predicts a potential 8 or 9 out of 10 level of air pollution likely to be found in East Anglia and the East Midlands
James Moore:

“Sell in May go away, buy again on St Leger Day” runs the old City saying. 

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Stonewall, which marches at London Pride, is working with firms in the professions to promote equality
Jo Bourke investigates 'prevalent' homophobic attitudes in the construction and property sectors
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