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Why do airlines still mislay 25 million bags a year?

Why do airlines still mislay 25 million bags a year?

Lost luggage is the bane of air travel, so can better tracking technology address the issue?

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Sir Philip Green’s rescue deal hangs in the balance

Sir Philip Green’s rescue deal hangs in the balance

A meeting to rescue the troubled Arcadia group is adjourned after an initial rejection of the deal.

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US-Mexico talks: Trump says more progress needed to avoid tariffs

US-Mexico talks: Trump says more progress needed to avoid tariffs

Negotiations will continue, but the US president says there has been "not nearly enough" progress.

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Italy risks disciplinary action for violating EU debt rules

Italy risks disciplinary action for violating EU debt rules

The European Commission recommends that legal action be launched against Italy over its growing debt.

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Huawei signs deal with Russian telecoms firm to develop 5G

Huawei signs deal with Russian telecoms firm to develop 5G

The deal comes as the Chinese firm faces a backlash in the West over the security of its products.

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Wren Kitchens to create 1,200 new jobs

Wren Kitchens to create 1,200 new jobs

Wren Kitchens plans to spend £120m building a new factory at its North Lincolnshire headquarters.

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Fiat Chrysler withdraws bid for Renault

Fiat Chrysler withdraws bid for Renault

The announcement followed a failed attempt by Renault board members to reach a decision on the offer.

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High rents ‘make young people less mobile’

High rents ‘make young people less mobile’

Young people in private rented accommodation are now less likely to move for work, say researchers.

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Aviva to cut 1,800 jobs worldwide

Aviva to cut 1,800 jobs worldwide

The insurance company says the cuts will be made over three years from its 30,000-strong workforce.

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People who trusted Neil Woodford with their money

People who trusted Neil Woodford with their money

Investors with money in the stockpicker's troubled fund raise concerns over how it was sold.

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