Colorado considers fracking’s future

31 Oct 2014 Last updated during 00:07 By Kim Gittleson BBC Business reporter, Denver Longmont’s adults voted in foster of a fracking ban, 60% to 40%, in 2012 After 5 towns in Colorado voted to anathema fracking in 2012, it seemed a waves had incited conflicting a process. But dual years on, it’s a unequivocally […]

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The steel detectors saving marriages

30 Oct 2014 Last updated during 23:59 By Zoe Kleinman Technology reporter, BBC News With this ring: Wedded tranquillity doesn’t indispensably meant it’s all plain sailing – and a quarrel can fast expand into a ring pitched into a ether, usually to be bitterly regretted later It’s 9am on a cold, wintry Sunday morning and […]

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VIDEO: Tim Cook ‘an critical purpose model’

Lord Browne, author of The Glass Closet and former Chief Executive of BP, has hailed Apple CEO Tim Cook as “an critical purpose model”, after Mr Cook publicly concurred his sexuality, observant he was “proud to be gay”. Mr Cook done his proclamation to try to assistance people struggling with their identity, he wrote in […]

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VIDEO: Philippines tourism shrugs off warning

The Philippines is increasingly relying on tourism as a expansion industry. But a nation still receives distant fewer visitors than many of a neighbours in Asia. What’s more, there has been a remarkable dump in a series of tourists from China. This followed a transport warning released by Beijing, citing what it called a “worsened […]

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Asian shares aloft on US growth

31 Oct 2014 Last updated during 02:08 Continue reading a categorical story London | Wall Street | Asia Continue reading a categorical story Nikkei 225 Index Last Updated during 31 Oct 2014, 01:45 GMT Asian shares were trade aloft on Friday after certain mercantile information from a US showed strength in a world’s largest economy. Data showed a US […]

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Wal-Mart to tighten 30 stores in Japan

31 Oct 2014 Last updated during 00:48 Wal-Mart is shutting 7% of a stores in Japan The world’s largest tradesman Wal-Mart is shutting 30 stores in Japan, a association has announced. The US sell sequence pronounced it would close 30 underperforming stores to urge profitability of a business in a world’s third largest economy. The […]

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Starbucks sales defect investors

30 Oct 2014 Last updated during 23:33 Starbucks’ shares fell roughly 6% in after-hours trade on Wall Street as investors voiced beating during a company’s latest sales figures. Although a world’s largest coffee sequence augmenting sales by 5% in a 3 months to 28 September, that was subsequent analysts’ forecasts. The association pronounced food and […]

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Citigroup authorised costs adult by $600m

31 Oct 2014 Last updated during 02:43 Investment bank Citigroup is environment aside an additional $600m to cover authorised losses due to “rapidly elaborating regulatory inquiries”. The income relates to expected allotment of claims that Citigroup manipulated a unfamiliar sell market. On Thursday, Barclays pronounced it had set aside £500m to cover intensity costs from […]

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Russia and Ukraine determine gas deal

31 Oct 2014 Last updated during 01:08 Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. The understanding will secure gas reserve to EU countries around Ukraine Russia has concluded to resume gas reserve to Ukraine over a winter in a understanding brokered by a European Union. The understanding will also safeguard gas reserve to […]

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Is it a golden age for Chinese cinema?

30 Oct 2014 Last updated during 19:36 Article combined by Linda Yueh Chief business correspondent More from Linda Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. BBC arch business match Linda Yueh reports on China’s flourishing film industry. Last year was a record year for a tellurian box office, earning $35.9bn (£22.4bn) in revenues […]

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