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First nicotine inhaler approved

First nicotine inhaler approved

British tobacco startup receives the first medicinal license for a smokeless alternative to e-cigarettes.

 

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Amazon to relocate to Shoreditch

Amazon to relocate to Shoreditch

12 September 2014

Colossal US firm to rub shoulders with edgy East London startups and bearded hipsters as it buys over 400,000sq ft of office space near Silicon Roundabout.

 
 
Scottish independence: Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin says business leaders are talking 'nonsense'

Scottish independence: Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin says business leaders are talking 'nonsense'

12 September 2014

The JD Wetherspoon founder says politicians and businesses are resorting to scaremongering to persuade people to vote no.

 
 
De La Rue wins licence to print money

De La Rue wins licence to print money

08 September 2014

Basingstoke firm is Bank of England's preferred choice to print its new plastic banknotes.

 
 
How we beat the odds: Keshav and Shruti Malani

How we beat the odds: Keshav and Shruti Malani

04 September 2014

The brother and sister founders of Powr of You on growing up in India, investing their savings in the business and keeping it in the family.

 
 
UK entrepreneurs demand policy changes to keep UK number one tech hub

UK entrepreneurs demand policy changes to keep UK number one tech hub

03 September 2014

Startup coalition demands government moves policy 'into the 21st century' to spur growth.

 
 
China crisis: Troubled times for Chinese takeways

China crisis: Troubled times for Chinese takeways

02 September 2014

As traditional fast-food outlets fall out of fashion, some owners are trying to find new markets in wholesale, haute cuisine and karaoke - and some now vote Ukip.

 
 
Uber ignores Germany uber-ban

Uber ignores Germany uber-ban

02 September 2014

Goldman Sachs-backed taxi app service gets banned from Germany, but keeps driving anyway...

 
 
Amazon step aside: HMV poised to become UK's biggest entertainment retailer

Amazon step aside: HMV poised to become UK's biggest entertainment retailer

02 September 2014

Is HMV back on track 18 months after being on the brink of collapse?

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

29 August 2014

Super speedy space junk, swimming with sharks and Twitch-y tech giants.

 
 
Dyson could be about to launch a robotic vacuum cleaner

Dyson could be about to launch a robotic vacuum cleaner

29 August 2014

The ever-inventive engineer has released a mysterious video announcing a product launch on September 4th. What could it be...?

 
 

The MT interview: Gareth Penny

The boss of the world's dominant diamond business

Gareth Penny, De Beers Group CEO, predicts a sparkling return to form

 
 

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