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Fund managers ‘overcharge investors’

One of the country’s most successful fund managers, Neil Woodford, criticises his industry for charging customers too much, and paying its managers too much.

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Scots ‘must get powers on fracking’

The Scottish government calls for devolved powers on fracking following UK plans to allow companies to drill below people’s land without permission.

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This city is aiming for 100% clean electricity

The city of Munich has set ambitious goals when it comes to renewable, clean electricity. How will it achieve its aims?

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UK faces ‘five more years of cuts’

The outgoing head of the civil service predicts another five years of UK government spending cuts – and says making them will be “even harder”.

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Letter ‘first to suggest tipping’

A British Library researcher claims to have discovered the first person to suggest the practice of adding service charges to hotel and restaurant bills.

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Energy firms ‘too slow’ on complaints

Customers with complaints about their gas or electricity service typically have to contact their supplier six times before their issue is resolved.

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Dublin dotcom – the Celtic kitten

Ireland’s tech start-ups bare their claws, ready to play

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Myanmar’s booming telecoms sector

The telecoms sector is booming but challenges remain

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Platini breaks ranks over report

Uefa president Michel Platini will not oppose calls to disclose Michael Garcia’s report into alleged World Cup corruption.

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Liverpool under FFP investigation

Liverpool are one of seven European clubs being investigated by Uefa for possible breaches of Financial Fair Play rules.