BBC News - Business 21 February 2018

Productivity growth strongest since financial crisis

The UK sees a second quarter of productivity growth and wages rise more than expected.

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Disruption continues at KFC amid delivery problems

More KFC outlets have reopened but many remain closed or are offering a limited menu.

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AA share price plunges on profit warning

The breakdown and insurance firm is cutting dividend payments as it invests in the business.

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UK borrowing at lowest level since financial crisis

Government borrowing is at its lowest level since January 2008, official figures show.

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Lloyds hails 'landmark' after return to private sector

Lloyds Banking Group has reported strong full year profits in its first year as a private enterprise.

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BP says world's oil consumption will peak in late 2030s

A forecast by suggests global consumption will plateau at around 110 million barrels a day.

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Gender pay gap: Men still earn more than women at most firms

New figures show 74% of medium and large companies pay men a higher wage rate than women.

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Pro-Brexit Tory MPs set out demands in letter to Theresa May

Tory group urges clean break with the EU - Labour says the PM is too "weak" to stand up to them.

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Meet Cora, your local bank avatar

Next time you contact your bank, you may be served by a digital avatar instead of a human being. Cora is a prototype virtual bank teller developed by NatWest.

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Crowdfunding: When gold is the goal

Great Britain's bobsleighers Mica McNeill and Mica Moore have got to Pyeongchang thanks to crowdfunding.

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Black Panther roars at the box office

Ryan Coogler's superhero film racks up record takings after a phenomenal opening weekend.

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