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TV licence dodgers may no longer face prosecution in the courts under new plans being considered by the Government.
The number of new jobs in the United States accelerated in February, as the number of part-time workers in the month reached an all-time high.
China has suffered what has been called its first corporate bond default, as the government tries to make its financial system more market-orientated.
The owner of Birmingham City football club, Carson Yeung, has been sentenced to six years in jail for money laundering.
A man tracked down to a modest suburban home in California has denied being the founder of Bitcoin, following a media report naming him.
Struggling Japanese electronic giant Sony has sold the site where its headquarters were located for six decades.
David Cameron's commitment to an in/out referendum on Europe is bad for British business, Vince Cable will warn as he renews his attack on the Conservatives.
Coastal communities affected by flooding will be able to bid for a share of a £64m fund.
Barclays is to end its 120-year audit relationship with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and appoint one of its main rivals in the latest shake-up at the embattled bank.
Google's mystery barge has been ordered to leave San Francisco after it failed to have the correct building permits.