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VIDEO: 'The high street isn't dead' PDF Print E-mail
An analysis has found that only 20% of high street stores are vacant - a lower rate than that for shopping centres or retail parks.

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Ferguson takes Harvard teaching role PDF Print E-mail
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson takes a "long-term teaching position" at Harvard University.

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General Motors reputation at stake PDF Print E-mail
Charles Hodson talks to FT's Motor Correspondent, Henry Foy, about the General Motors recall.

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When flatsharing is the only option PDF Print E-mail
More than a million Londoners live in flatshares. And while this kind of living arrangement used to be associated with students, more and more mature people find themselves living with strangers.

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US economy gains 192,000 jobs PDF Print E-mail
The US economy created 192,000 jobs in March, down slightly from a revised 197,000 figure for February, and the unemployment rate held at 6.7%.

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Lupita Nyong'o in Lancome deal PDF Print E-mail
Lupita Nyong'o, an Oscar winner for her role in 12 Years A Slave, becomes the first black ambassador for French cosmetics giant Lancome.

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New law targets aggressive bailiffs PDF Print E-mail
Bailiffs will be banned from entering homes at night and from using physical force against debtors, under new laws coming into force on Sunday.

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Suicides linked to work PDF Print E-mail
French telecom company Orange is investigating a rash of staff suicides, a majority of which have been linked to work.

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VIDEO: Crackdown on aggressive bailiffs PDF Print E-mail
Sweeping changes to the way bailiffs can enforce the repayment of debts come into force on Sunday.

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How Nigeria will become Africa's biggest economy PDF Print E-mail
How Nigeria will suddenly become Africa's biggest economy

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The misty world of marijuana stocks PDF Print E-mail
The investors flocking to cash in on cannabis stocks

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Footballers held in spot-fix probe PDF Print E-mail
Seven players from Football League clubs in north-west England have been arrested in connection with alleged spot-fixing, the National Crime Agency says.

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