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An online marketplace which had been considered a prime candidate to float on the London stock market has hired bankers to pursue a sale.
The Bank of England has edged closer to a cut in interest rates, with another member of its nine-person Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voting for lower borrowing costs this month.
Apple's ad for its latest iPad Pro has sparked outrage, with Hugh Grant saying it represents the "destruction of the human experience".
People are having to play "pharmacy bingo" - going from shop to shop to find stocks - as medicine shortages are worsening, experts have said.
Brewdog's co-founder and chief executive James Watt has revealed he is to step down from the top job after 17 years.
The high street billionaire Mike Ashley is closing in on a deal to become the new British partner of Ted Baker, the struggling fashion chain.
Ian King talks to Craig Beaumont, chief of external affairs at the Federation of Small Businesses, about the UK coming out of recession.
High street bank TSB has announced 250 job losses and the closure of 36 branches.
A Boeing cargo plane has landed at Istanbul Airport without its front landing gear, sending sparks flying along the runway.

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