BBC News - Business 22 January 2018

Amazon opens a supermarket with no checkouts

Amazon opens its first grocery store without cashiers to shoppers in Seattle on Monday.

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IMF: Global economic outlook is bright

The IMF's economic forecast says prospects for the global economy have picked up, especially for Europe and Asia.

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Betting shares tumble on report of cut to machine stakes

William Hill and Ladbrokes are hit by suggestions that the maximum bet on machines could be slashed.

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Vauxhall: Unite union chief in 'frank exchange' with PSA

Union leader Len McCluskey and the boss of the car company's owner PSA say Monday's talks were "frank".

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Only one in four trust social media, says survey

Two-thirds of Britons think platforms like Facebook and Twitter should be more tightly regulated, according to a survey.

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More small businesses get access to Financial Ombudsman

Businesses with up to 50 employees will soon be able to use the Ombudsman Service to settle disputes with banks.

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Nottingham Sports Direct modern slavery brothers ordered to repay £167k

The brothers trafficked 18 Polish men to work at a warehouse and kept most of their wages.

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Kim Dotcom sues New Zealand government for damages

Kim Dotcom says New Zealand is liable for destruction to his business and property.

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