BBC News - Business 29 January 2018

EasyJet chief Johan Lundgren cuts pay to match predecessor

Johan Lundgren says the airline is committed to giving equal pay to men and women.

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TomTom ditches map updates for some sat-navs

Customers are told their sat-navs, including some bought in recent months, will no longer get updates.

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Dr Pepper Snapple merges with Keurig Green Mountain

The soft drink firm and the coffee company are merging to form Keurig Dr Pepper.

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German shock at car exhaust tests on humans and monkeys

The government denounces "abominable" tests of diesel fumes on humans and monkeys.

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Self-assessment tax deadline still looms for two million

The deadline for filing online is the end of Wednesday, following an earlier deadline for paper returns.

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East Coast rail franchise decision investigated by watchdog

The NAO will examine why Virgin and Stagecoach were able to hand back the franchise early.

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Fitness app Strava lights up staff at military bases

Soldiers have been publicly sharing location information as they log their daily runs.

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The magic money tree

Michael Robinson investigates whether money pumped into the economy via quantitative easing did its job

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Sky dreamers

Matthew Wall reports on how congestion in cities and fears of climate change are driving ideas in aviation.

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