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The spectacular fall of money manager Neil Woodford

Sacked from his flagship fund, and shutting the business - the story of Neil Woodford and his sudden fall.

Libor rigging inquiry shut down by Serious Fraud Office

The Serious Fraud Office unexpectedly closes an investigation into interest rate fraud.

Are young Brits falling out of love with the cuppa?

Demand for builder's tea is falling, while coffee and herbal teas are becoming popular.

Carney: Brexit deal 'positive' for UK economy

Governor of the Bank of England says deal takes away the threat of a 'disorderly' Brexit.

Boeing staff texted about 737 Max issue in 2016

A pilot allegedly wrote that he had "unknowingly" lied to regulators during tests of the 737 Max.

Bonmarché appoints administrators

The chain's 318 shops will remain open while a buyer is sought for the business.

The UK universities benefitting from opioid money

Two institutions were awarded a combined £3.4m last year from the family behind Purdue Pharma.

Asbestos discovery triggers Johnson & Johnson baby powder recall in US

The firm recalls one batch after regulators find trace amounts of asbestos in a bottle bought online.

Barclays board approved 'sham' Qatar deal

Barclays' board approved an agreement at the heart of fraud charges against former executives, a court hears.

Savile Row in firing line as US tariffs hit the UK

British luxury goods are targeted by the US as new taxes on exports take effect.

Sainsbury's to stop selling fireworks

The supermarket is the first to end sales amid calls for a ban to protect pets and the vulnerable.

China economy: Third quarter growth misses expectations

The world's second largest economy is battling a trade war with the US and slowing domestic demand.

Banning out-of-hours email 'could harm employee wellbeing'

Stopping staff accessing email outside the office could leave some feeling stressed, research suggests.

What's it like working with someone you're married to?

Some couples who work together say it makes both partnerships stronger, but it's not always easy to navigate.

Are US billionaires really going to pay more tax?

For years, the assumption has been that most Americans are anti-tax, but are attitudes changing?

IMF: What is it and why does it matter?

The annual meeting of the IMF gets under way in Washington this week.

Can a new apple take over the world?

Apple growers in Washington state reckon their new variety, the Cosmic Crisp, will be a global hit.

My Money: 'BOOM, suddenly £14.99 less rich!'

As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.

Exchange rates: Why has the value of the pound jumped?

A simple guide to how currency is valued and what it means for your finances.

And 'Lo!' - How the internet was born

Interface Message Processors built the Arpanet, which led to the internet of today.

What is the UK's inflation rate?

A guide to what inflation is and why it matters for household finances.

The hungry 26-year-old who set up a £100m food firm

When Timo Boldt realised he wanted to get meal kits delivered, he decided to set up his own firm.

Holy tech! Churches try new ways to connect

Churches are increasingly using social media and specialist software to help reach their congregations.

BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health

Passengers on a British Airways flight that filled with smoke mid-air say they're still having breathing difficulties two months on.

My way to stop boardroom infighting

CEO Gordon Wilson says his way to stop execs infighting is for people to open up about themselves.

Staff back at work in former Thomas Cook shops

Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.

Turning Paris's underground car parks into mushrooms farms

Paris is renovating many of its underground car parks and some are now growing mushrooms.

How the speed camera became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the speed camera became a million dollar idea.

What does the new £20 note look like?

The BBC's Simon Gompertz explains what the new £20 banknote looks like.

Brexit: Will the flower industry wilt or bloom?

Radio 1 Newsbeat follows a bunch of flowers on its journey from Europe’s largest auction to a florist in Kent.

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