BBC News - Business 25 January 2018

Sky signals the end of the satellite dish

Pay TV broadcaster will offer all its channels and content online as it seeks to enter new markets.

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Mortgage approvals at the lowest for five years

In December, UK banks approved just 36,115 mortgages - the lowest since April 2013

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Apprenticeship levy is not working, employers say

A new levy is yet to increase the number of people training as apprentices, new figures suggest.

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Davos: Theresa May warns tech firms over terror content

The prime minister says investors should pressure technology firms to crack down on extremists.

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Asos revenues boosted by same-day delivery option

The online fashion retailer saw strong sales over the key Christmas period in the UK and abroad.

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Nintendo axes Miitomo, its first smartphone game

It was downloaded millions of times when it launched but struggled to maintain a large audience.

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Plastic bottles: Free water refill points rolled out to cut waste

Shops, cafes and businesses in every major city and town will provide refill points by 2021.

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Calais and Boulogne blocked by protesting French fishermen

Calais and Boulogne are hit by protests over the controversial use of electrified nets to catch fish.

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