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What next in Afghanistan?
The one constant at Camp Bastion, and indeed every base in Helmand Province, is the noise. Generators are the lifeline that keep this place running - refridgerators, air conditioning and lighting are the essentials.
One in five Britons with no savings
However, the research revealed that 23 per cent of people plan to increase the amount they put away over the next few months, rising to 43 per cent among those aged between 18 and 34.
The UK Bribery Act one year on
Next week will mark one year since the UK Bribery Act came into effect and many businesses are still struggling with the finer points of how this legislation impacts them.
'Domino' diagnostic system
The ability to conduct a quick diagnosis is important in industries ranging from personal healthcare to agriculture, and new nanotechnology could be about to give them the power to do this.
Bank account closures 'unjust'
The chairman of a key consumer body has called for changes in the way banks deal with customers allegedly involved in fraudulent activity.
Accendo Markets fined for risk management failures
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has hit Accendo Markets with a �56,000 fine for putting customers at risk of entering unsuitable investments.
New video claims to show details of next iPhone case design
It looks like Apple's suppliers in China may be guilty of having loose lips. Video evidence has surfaced that suggests the next iPhone will indeed offer significant changes. The first images of what is thought to be the next version of the iPhone ...
Atlas and Balderton back Psykosoft
The creator of web app Psykopaint, which allows users to 'paint' in the style of Renoir or Van Gogh, has raised seed funding from two venture capital firms and angel investors.
Rangers Football Club consigned to history – the titles will not transfer over.
I think I'm right in saying we only became a plc in 1899, which was 27 years after we were formed. Nobody really recognises that change, but there have been changes all the way down the years.
IFAs favour outsourcing clients' investments to DFMs
Over half of independent financial advisers (IFAs) are set to outsource their clients' investment portfolios to discretionary fund managers (DFMs).