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  • 01:16 Barbie Takes A Big Gamble On Her Body Issues

    Barbie Takes A Big Gamble On Her Body Issues

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    Barbie isn't as fashionable as she used to be, so the doll is breaking from a 57-year-old tradition to try to bump up sales.

  • 01:35 Popular German Jobless Rate At New Record Low

    German Jobless Rate At New Record Low

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    German unemployment fell by more than expected in January, with the jobless rate sinking to a new record low, pointing to steady growth in Europe's largest economy despite an economic slowdown in emerging markets. Sonia Legg reports.

  • 01:40 Premier League Player Spending Tops £1bln

    Premier League Player Spending Tops £1bln

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    The English Premier League has broken a new record, spending more than 1 billion pounds on pricey players this season. It comes as Pep Guardiola is confirmed as Manchester City's new manager, a move only likely to increase the purchasing power of the

  • 01:41 Sanofi Hunts For A Zika Vaccine

    Sanofi Hunts For A Zika Vaccine

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    Sanofi has launched a project to develop a vaccine against the Zika virus in the most decisive commitment yet by a major vaccine producer to fight the disease linked to multiple birth defects in Brazil. Grace Pascoe reports

  • 01:40 Oil Prices Drag Bp To Worst Annual Loss

    Oil Prices Drag Bp To Worst Annual Loss

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    BP slumps to its worst annual loss in 2015, the British oil and gas company announces, and says it will cut thousands more jobs in the face of a deep rout in oil prices. Hayley Platt reports

  • 01:20 Popular Red Letter Day For Google's Alphabet

    Red Letter Day For Google's Alphabet

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    Alphabet Inc easily beat Wall Street's quarterly profit forecasts, helped by strong mobile advertising sales, sending the shares of Google's parent higher in after-hours trading to surpass Apple Inc as the most valuable U.S. company. David Polla

  • 01:25 Popular Bse Closes 285.83  Points Down On February 2

    Bse Closes 285.83 Points Down On February 2

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    New Delhi, Feb 2 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 285.83 points down to stand at 24,539.00. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 100.40 points down to stand at 7,455.55. Justdial and UBL were among the top gainers of gro

  • 01:25 Alphabet To Overtake Apple In Market Cap

    Alphabet To Overtake Apple In Market Cap

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    After reporting strong earnings, shares of Google's parent, Alphabet, jumped. Stocks were mostly lower in Monday's trading session. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:20 Popular Cheap Gas Still Fails To Fuel Spending

    Cheap Gas Still Fails To Fuel Spending

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    U.S. consumers aren't spending their extra cash from cheap gasoline and are saving more, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 00:59 Americans Aren't Spending More

    Americans Aren't Spending More

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    U.S. consumer spending softens, but savings hit three-year high. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 00:54 Popular Outbreak At Chipotle Could Be Over

    Outbreak At Chipotle Could Be Over

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    The Center for Disease Control could soon reportedly declare that the E. coli outbreak at the burrito chain is over. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:24 Pay And Hiring Freeze Possible At Hsbc

    Pay And Hiring Freeze Possible At Hsbc

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    HSBC is believed to be considering a pay and hiring freeze to cut costs this year. Sources close to the matter have also spoken to Reuters about a potential move for the bank. Sarah Charlton reports.

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