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The energy giant ruled 'grossly negligent' for Deepwater Horizon blowout, wiping another £5bn off its share price.
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New figures show healthcare donated twice as much to charity over the last six years than any other industry. The technology sector, on the other hand, has given just £2.5m...
Fonetic listens in on traders' phone calls so banks can try to stop fraud in its tracks.
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