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TalkTalk says the cyber-attack it suffered could cost it up to £35m, but it expects full-year results to be in line with market expectations before the hack.
Italian firm tells staff to stop emailing each other for a week to reduce stress.
The co-founder of KakaoTalk - an app with more than 100 million users - quits after being accused of failing to stop the spread of child abuse imagery.
At the Dubai Airshow, scientists from the United Arab Emirates have been showing the public and the international media their project to launch a satellite to orbit Mars
Vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson has lost its bid to change European energy labelling laws.
The UK has lost it World Energy Council triple-A rating after investors have been deterred by a "vacuum" in UK energy policy
The printed plane takes shape at Dubai Airshow
Results from Sainsbury's show profits at the supermarket for the last six months are down as sales continue to struggle.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney says public faith in markets has been shaken by "widespread misconduct" in certain sectors.
The UK's unemployment rate fell to a seven-year low of 5.3% in the July-to-September quarter, according to official figures.
TalkkTalk chief executive Dido Harding talks to the BBC on the company's results, and the recent data breach caused by a cyber-attack.
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Anheuser-Busch InBev agrees the terms of its £71bn takeover of rival SABMiller, in a deal that will combine the world's two largest beer makers.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury's reports a fall in half-year profits, saying the grocery market remains "challenging".