BBC News - Business 30 November 2017

Bitcoin slides amid rollercoaster ride

The price of digital currency Bitcoin falls by 20% in a period of wild trading since passing the $11,000 mark.

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Shell reveals gender pay gap of 22%

The oil giant says the difference in UK pay rates is because of a skills gap.

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Daily Mail owner DMGT's shares plunge

The Daily Mail publisher reports a fall in profits and warns of "challenging conditions" next year.

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Elon Musk bids to build Chicago travel pods

The entrepreneur will compete to build a futuristic transport link to the city's airport.

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Stamp duty giveaway will have limited impact, says Nationwide

The Nationwide says the chancellor's giveaway for first-time buyers will have limited effect on demand.

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Morrisons recalls chicken pie over fish mix-up

Morrisons recalls some chicken and mushroom pies as the packaging actually contains fish pie.

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Kellogg's to cut sugar in kids' cereals by up to 40%

The cereals giant also plans to axe Ricicles and end on-pack promotions aimed at children on Frosties.

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What keeps the chancellor awake at night?

Why car loans and the threat of cyber-attack might be interfering with Philip Hammond's sleep.

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Net migration falls by more than 100,000 after Brexit vote

Net migration was down by nearly a third to 230,000 in the year since the referendum, figures show.

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Pound rises on hopes of Brexit progress

Sterling continues to climb on reports the UK has offered to pay up to €50bn to settle its EU "divorce bill".

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More gamblers 'self-excluding' as online betting grows

The gambling industry has a "great responsibilty" to prevent harm to customers, regulators say.

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