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The architect behind some of Asia's most spectacular new buildings discusses his designs.
There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.
Gas and electricity suppliers are forcing too many people to pay in advance, the regulator says.
The combined group will be the UK's sixth-largest bank, with about six million customers.
Medical app designer: to get your business off the ground quickly, think about your customers' needs right from the start.
The British Chambers of Commerce says that the UK economy could see its weakest year since 2009.
More than three million people hardly used cash at all last year, according to the banking trade body.
How one entrepreneur had to quit work to battle cancer, leaving his co-founder to grow their company on his own.
France threatens to take the unusual step of fining General Electric for not creating jobs.
Michael Morris' actress wife posts dramatic footage of this week's incident in Los Angeles.
Tarot cards are growing in popularity as a way to cope with uncertain times.
They are accused of "moral harassment" following a spate of suicides among staff in the late 2000s.
The US plans to impose tariffs on Chinese goods draw mocking criticism from the state news agency.
Up to 460,000 council and housing association tenants could get cash back from their water bills.
The 42-year-old victim was tricked out of £13,000 in a sophisticated scam increasingly used by fraudsters.
Charles Horton is to step down following major disruption for rail passengers.
New rules to reduce the maximum bet on "crack cocaine" gambling machines could take two years to come in, reports say.
In order to protect crops from drought, flash floods and increasing temperatures, Bolivian farmers are moving their farms underground.
"Deep learning" algorithms are becoming so complex their creators don't understand how they work.
"A shame for Derby", as Rolls-Royce announces thousands of jobs will go at its headquarters in the city.

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