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AI frenzy makes Nvidia the world's most valuable company

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The Californian firm's meteoric rise has been fuelled by its dominance of the "new gold" - AI chips.

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UK Amazon workers balloted on union recognition

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Workers are set to vote on whether GMB should be recognised at the online retailer's Coventry site.

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Inflation falls to lowest level in almost three years

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Inflation has hit the Bank of England's target for the first time in almost three years.

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TikTok faces fresh US pressure over child privacy

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The allegation from US regulators adds to the growing pressure faced by the social media firm.

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Boeing crash victims' families shout at CEO as he apologises in hearing

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But the company's CEO defended the company and pledged that it has learned from past mistakes.

Tuesday, Jun 18

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Voters are being taken for fools on the economy

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Do promises to leave various tax rates alone have any credibility, asks the BBC's economics editor.

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Post Office sabotaged Horizon probe, says investigator

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Independent investigator says Post Office tried to obstruct probe into IT flaws.

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'Building pylons in our fields won't benefit our community'

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The BBC has spoken to residents in the Towy Valley about their views on a huge wind turbine project.

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Soup sales up and sun cream down in wet June

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One of the rainiest springs on record boosted soup sales while denting those for sun cream, figures suggest.

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Apple scraps its Pay Later loan scheme

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It marks a retreat for the technology giant from plans to offer traditional financial services.

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Could brain-like computers be a 'competition killer'?

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Computers built like brains could be much more energy efficient than current designs.

Low investment blocking UK growth, says think tank

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Both Conservative and Labour plan to reduce government investment over the next parliamentary term

Boeing boss admits culture 'far from perfect'

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Dave Calhoun will face questions on the firm's safety record from US law-makers on Tuesday.

Monday, Jun 17

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Software giant Adobe accused of 'trapping customers'

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Regulators allege Adobe failed to properly disclose subscription terms and made it too onerous to cancel.

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Aer Lingus pilots move closer to strike action

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Irish Airline Pilots' Association (IALPA) members voted 99% in support of action.

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London becomes Europe's largest stock market again

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A French election is driving down the value of French listed companies, analysts say

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Surgeon general wants social media warning labels

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Vivek Murthy says social media increases the risk that children will experience anxiety and depression.

Labour rules out changes to council tax bands

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Tories have claimed Labour are planning tax rises on homes to fund spending pledges

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Petrol prices higher than they should be, says RAC

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Margins are rising amid the election "distraction", the group says, but retailers say they face higher costs.

Labour accuses Tories of planning unfunded tax cuts

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Jeremy Hunt suggested key manifesto promises on welfare cuts had been announced by the government last year.

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Wrap sold in WH Smith recalled over E. coli fears

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Manufacturer THIS! is recalling one of its products because of possible contamination with E. coli.

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Hollywood relief as Inside Out 2 scores record opening weekend

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It marks a big win for cinemas, which have seen lacklustre takings for some major new movies this year.

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Too much of a good thing? Spain's green energy can exceed demand

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Spain is looking at storing electricity or increasing demand to solve electricity oversupply.

Friday, Jun 14

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Bates learned of knighthood at Post Office inquiry

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The campaigner had travelled to hear former CEO Paula Vennells give evidence when he received the news.

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Boeing plane investigated after 'Dutch roll'

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Air regulators are investigating new issues with Boeing planes.

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Supermarket sandwiches and salads linked to E. coli outbreak

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Retailers are removing at least 56 types of sandwiches, wraps and salad from UK supermarket shelves.

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Barclays suspends festival funding after protests

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There had been protests over the bank's links to Download, Latitude and the Isle of Wight festivals.

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'Mouse jigglers' pretending to work fired by bank

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Wells Fargo has fired a number of workers, after reviewing claims of fake keyboard activity.

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Is Elon Musk worth his $56bn Tesla pay package?

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He is beloved by his millions of followers online, but would Musk's businesses have succeeded without him?

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Tesco says shoppers are buying more as confidence returns

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The UK's largest retailer reports higher sales, but controversy persists over its boss's pay package.