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The United Nations is launching a global poll to find what young people think of policies affecting their lives. Source link

'Get on the wavelength of your staff'

You need to get on the wavelength of your creative staff or your business will go nowhere, says florist Aron Gelbard. Source link

John Lewis apologises after wedding gift list site disappears

The store said there was an "issue" with renewing the service's web domain before it expired. Source link

Sainsbury's-Asda merger: Change at the checkouts

How the big supermarkets have fared on the UK high street over the years. Source link

Businesswoman of the Year shares her top tips

Liv Garfield, winner of the Businesswoman of the Year award, shares her CEO Secrets. Source link

Iran nuclear deal: The EU's billion-dollar deals at risk

Billions of dollars of EU investment in Iran are at risk in the sanctions dispute with the US. Source link

Asda scraps £99 petrol station deposit charge after complaints

The supermarket says it wants "to do the right thing for customers" after backlash. Source link

Xerox aborts $6.1bn sale to Japan's Fujifilm

Xerox abandons the deal after reaching an agreement with activist investors who opposed the merger. Source link

Marks and Spencer needs better stores, says chief executive

Chief executive Steve Rowe says customers need to have a "better experience" when shopping in M&S stores Source link

Fresh fears over danger tumble dryers

BBC's Watchdog uncovers cases of tumble dryers bursting into flames after they were modified. Source link

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