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Mens fashion: ‘The flowers are starting to bloom’

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'Whose Streets?': On the frontline of Ferguson

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Marine pollution around Dakar reaches critical levels

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Talking about a revolution: #Metoo campaign is TIME magazine’s Person of the Year

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BUSINESS DAILY

A daily update on the latest business and economic news. Live on weekdays at 8.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2017-06-14

Uber board member resigns after sexist remark

A member of the board at Uber, David Bonderman, has resigned from his position after making a sexist remark during a staff meeting, which was called to discuss how Uber should change its work culture. This comes after the CEO of the ride-hailing firm, Travis Kalanick, announced he was taking an indefinite leave of absence from the company. Also today, the many choices facing American supermarket shoppers.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2017-12-08 US Congress

US government avoids shutdown with temporary funding bill

A US startup is getting closer to bringing back supersonic passenger air travel. Also on the show: The US Congress delays a possible government shutdown with a stopgap funding...

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2017-12-07 Bitcoin

Bitcoin continues record-breaking surge

Bitcoin is continuing its meteoric rise to new heights and new records. Just how high can the virtual currency go? And what are the risks of buying it? We speak to Craig Erlam,...

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2017-12-07 Brexit

UK has no sector studies on Brexit's economic effects

The UK's Brexit secretary admits the government has no sector-specific studies on the possible economic effects of Brexit. And Bitcoin hits dizzying new heights, a Volkswagen...

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2017-12-06 China

World's largest Starbucks opens in China

One new Starbucks opens every 15 hours in China, with the company's largest outlet just opened in Shanghai. And Irish businesses are getting antsy over the Brexit border dilemma...

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2017-12-05 tax evasion

EU to release tax haven blacklist

The European Union is set to unveil a tax haven blacklist. We also tell you more about the next Eurogroup president. Also on the show: More details emerge on what CVS plans on...

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