News Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is pushing through economic policies that have been coined Abenomics

Core inflation rose 1.3% in December- beating expectations- matched by rising factory output

David Cameron visiting the headquarters of ventilation manufacturer, Vent-Axia in Crawley, East Sussex; the company has recently created 26 new jobs by moving production back to the UK from China

David Cameron tells Davos World Economic Forum: British companies are winning jobs back from the Far East

UK will become the 're-shore nation' says PM - with businesses no longer sending their jobs offshore to India and China

The stethoscope remains the most visible symbol of the doctor's profession

Are the days of the humble stethoscope numbered? The definitive doctor's tool is in danger of being replaced by a portable ultrasound device

The only thing is that the pocket-sized GE Healthcare VScan costs a cool £5,000

The King by Kader Abdolah; book review

A boy enters a palace of a hundred rooms where an assassin may lurk behind every door and shadowy figures are reflected in a Hall of Mirrors.  An astonishing treasure lies at its heart, but powerful enemies are at the gates.

9. £145, Cambridge Satchel Company, urbanoutfitters.co.uk

Cambridge Satchel Company: Julie Deane's humble British bag conquers the world

Julie Deane set up her business at home with £600. Now she has raised £21m to help sell her bags worldwide

Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone attend the 'Grudge Match' Rome Premiere

Grudge Match, film review: 'Clunky comedy is new nadir for Robert DeNiro'

The screenplay is as sclerotic and slow moving as its two punch drunk leads

UK car production hit six-year high in 2013, says industry body

UK car production hit a six-year high in 2013 as the number of vehicles rolling off the line topped 1.5 million.

Rhodri Marsden: We have no choice but to ride out the upgrade cycle of life

A friend of mine is, in computing terms at least, stuck in 2005, a time when Tony Blair was still Prime Minister, Sven-Goran Eriksson was still the England manager and people were buying records by Crazy Frog.

The world's first beer flavored jelly bean, the Draft Beer Jelly Belly jelly bean took three years to develop

Cheers! World's first beer-flavoured bean set for UK release

The factory smells like an ale house, but there's no alcohol

James Moore: We may pay a high cost for this credit-driven boom

Outlook With the International Monetary Fund having upgraded its forecasts for Britain's economy, the Coalition Government has another arrow to fire at Labour as it revels in the cachet of presiding over the fastest-growing economy in Europe.

Davos 2014: UK bosses among the world's most upbeat on sales and job creation

The world's elite swept into Davos yesterday on a fair wind of rising confidence among business leaders as well as higher global growth forecasts from the International Monetary Fund.

A ray of sunshine for Detroit. The motor business is roaring back to life

The auto market is both a symbol of recovery and a driver of it

The City of Angels engulfed by a hellish smog

Made in China: LA's smog is the latest product from the Asian superpower exported to America

Scientists find that pollution from outsourced US industry comes back home on the westerly winds

The ECB could be given greater control by the ICC
Saracens’ Chris Ashton evades the tackle of Gavin Duffy to score the opening try

Alex Goode’s added pace is bad news for Mike Brown

I’ve been working on my leg power, my pace; I feel more confident

High-street retail guru Mary Portas

Underwear factory goes bust despite a helping hand from Mary Portas

An underwear factory championed by Mary Portas, the retail guru and government advisor, has gone bust – in a blow to her attempts to revive UK manufacturing.

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