BBC News - Business 2 March 2018

Carney calls for crackdown on crypto-currency 'mania'

Bitcoin and other digital currencies must be regulated, Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns.

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Prezzo to close 94 restaurants in rescue bid

The Italian restaurant chain is the latest firm to close stores as it tries to rescue the business.

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Mothercare shares slide on profit downgrade

The baby goods retailer warns that annual profits will be at the lower end of expectations.

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SFO seeks retrial of former Tesco bosses

Three former Tesco executives, accused of fraud and false accounting, will be returning to court.

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Trump steel tariffs: Trade wars are good, says Trump

The US is "losing billions of dollars on trade", the president says after announcing new tariffs.

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Lego goes green with sugarcane-based plastic

The Danish toymaker says it will start making some products with plastic sourced from sugarcane.

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Weinstein Company assets sold to female-led group

A largely female board will run a new company made up of the near-bankrupt film business.

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Shoddy trade work 'causes knock-on costs'

Millions take time off work to deal with the fall-out of poor work each year, says Citizens Advice.

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UK gas supply warning ceases as cold snap continues

National Grid's first "gas deficit warning" for eight years is withdrawn.

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Carney calls for crypto-currency regulation

Countries need to decide whether to isolate, regulate, or integrate crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin, Mark Carney says.

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Ntsikelelo Solani: 'My signature item are leather bow ties'

Fashion designer Ntsikelelo Solani was inspired by his high school leather jacket.

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South Africa's wilting vineyards

The severe drought in South Africa's Western Cape is hitting winemakers hard.

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