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BBC Business
Ex-Post Office boss Paula Vennells stripped of CBE
The former chief executive has forfeited the honour following the Horizon IT scandal.

AI chip firm Nvidia valued at $2tn
Booming business at Nvidia sees investors bet the AI revolution will live up to its "hype".

Typical energy bill to fall £238 a year from April under new price cap
Bills will fall to the lowest for two years under the new price cap, but charities warn costs are still high.

Husband 'made over a million' by eavesdropping on BP wife
The spouse of a BP deal manager allegedly picked up details of a takeover while they both worked from home.

Budget 2024: When it is and what will it mean for my money?
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will set out the government's tax and spending plans in the spring Budget.

Tony's Chocolonely sued by Milka-maker over the colour purple
Mondelez is taking legal action against the Chocolonely-maker over its latest campaign.

Serco ordered to stop scanning leisure staff faces
The data watchdog orders Serco Leisure to stop using facial recognition technology on its employees.

The 'mind-bending' bionic arm powered by AI
BBC Click reporter Paul Carter tries out a high-tech prosthetic promising a 'full range of human motion'.

Reddit users say share plans 'beginning of the end'
Redditors are reacting with anger as the social media platform files to become publicly listed.

Post Office scandal victims set to be cleared by new law
Legislation to exonerate wrongly convicted sub-postmasters is expected to come into effect in July.

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BBC Economy
UK recession may already be over, says Bank boss
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey tells MPs the UK's economic downturn is "very small".

Stats watchdog criticises Treasury tax cut claims
Two Treasury ministers, Laura Trott and Bim Afolami, have been criticised over recent claims on tax cuts.

Israel's economy shrinks sharply on Gaza war
Its gross domestic product contracted by far more than expected in the wake of the conflict with Gaza.

People rushed to shops in January for new year deals
Retail figures reveal a 3.4% sharp rise at the beginning of 2024 following December's record fall.

UK fell into recession after people cut spending
People spending less helped drive the UK economy to shrink by more than expected at the end of last year.

Hunt mulls public service squeeze to fund tax cuts
Jeremy Hunt is looking at cutting billions in public spending to fund tax cuts in his Spring Budget.

Faisal Islam: Should we care that the UK is in recession?
Britain "entered a recession" at the end of 2023 after the economy shrank by 0.3%, official figures show.

What is a recession and how could it affect me?
A recession means the UK economy has shrunk for two three-month periods - or quarters - in a row.

Bank boss says 4% inflation won't spark rate cuts
Bank of England boss says the latest inflation figure "pretty much leaves us where we were".

Pressure on renters persists into new year
Tenants paid 6.2% more in rent in January than they did a year earlier, official figures show.

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