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Wife awarded third of £1bn wealth

A judge decides the American wife of London financier Sir Chris Hohn will get a third of his wealth – not half – in a further ruling on their High Court divorce case.

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WTO talks fail to clinch trillion dollar tariff cuts

Talks on cutting trade tariffs on hundreds of information technology goods failed to reach agreement on Friday.

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Premier League opens TV rights sale

The Premier League has opened bidding for the next tranche of television rights for three seasons from 2016.

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Pensioner bonds to pay 2.8% and 4%

New pensioner bonds are to carry market-leading interest rates, the government announces, with the products due to be launched in January.

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Italy strikes over labour reforms

A general strike halts transport and other public services across Italy, in a challenge to Prime Minister Renzi’s labour market reforms.

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FTSE down as energy shares fall

Falling oil prices and disappointing economic data from China combine to push the FTSE 100 down sharply.

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Fifa set to face new finance checks

Swiss politicians pass a law that aims to strengthen the oversight of some 60 sports bodies based there, including Fifa and the International Olympic Committee.

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VIDEO: Living in a shipping container

A new housing development has been built in Johannesburg, South Africa, using shipping containers and disused grain silos.

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VIDEO: Struggling to find skilled staff?

As order books fill and contracts start to grow, some firms are finding it a problem finding people to do the work.

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Stolen mobiles cause ‘shock’ bills

Stolen mobiles are still causing victims “shock bills”, in spite of government promises to cap call charges, says Citizens Advice