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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 18 February 2014

More passengers for Channel trains

The Business Matrix: Friday 14 February 2014

Hermès fashions still in vogue

The Business Matrix: Thursday 13 February 2014

Prada sales hit by strength of euro

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 12 February 2014

Babcock firms up armoured cars bid

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 11 February 2014

Photos by top F1 drivers go on sale

The Business Matrix: Thursday 6 February 2014

Swatch clocks up record sales

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 4 February 2014

Profits disappoint as Future falters

The Business Matrix: Thursday 30 January

Nintendo bosses take a pay cut

The BBC has been criticised by the National Audit Office (NAO) for failing to keep a tighter rein on a failed digital system

Suspended BBC tech chief who oversaw wasted £100m digital media project will sue his former employer

National Audit Office says BBC Executive failed to assess system to see whether it was 'technically sound'

Easyjet shares dive after airline issues weak trading update

EasyJet shares plummeted after the budget airline warned that the timing of Easter would have an impact on its first-half results.

Manchester City can add FFP observance to on-field success

Deloitte Football Money League report: Manchester City FFP hopes lifted by revenue hike - but it's not good news for Manchester United

Increase to £40m should be enough to pass Uefa's test - and avoid a Champions League ban

Carphone Warehouse gets 4G boost as sales climb over Christmas

British high streets might have felt the squeeze over the Christmas trading period, but consumer were still willing to splash out on smartphones, according to Carphone Warehouse.

Michael Voudouri, one of Britain's most wanted tax fugitives, has been arrested in Cyprus

‘He cost taxpayers £10m’: tax fugitive Michael Voudouri arrested in Cyprus

One of Britain's most wanted tax fugitives has been arrested in Cyprus.

Rene Farrell celebrates with her Australia teammates after claiming the wicket of Sarah Taylor in the Women's Ashes Test

Women's Ashes 2014: England rocking after dismal start to second innings in finely poised Test

Tourists lost three early wickets to finish day two on 18-3 with Australia holding a slender six-run lead overnight

Dividend in doubt as RSA fires two Irish directors

The troubled More Than insurer RSA signalled another burst of pain ahead on the dividend yesterday as it prepares to strengthen its finances following "completely unacceptable" losses in Ireland.

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Seifeddine Rezgui: What motivated a shy student to kill 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia?

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