BBC News - Business 26 March 2018

Qantas 'very disappointed' by Australian cricket ball-tampering

A major sponsor of the Australian cricket team urges the authorities to take "appropriate action".

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First and second-class stamp prices rise

Royal Mail says the price rises are necessary to maintain the universal postal service.

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Gay wedding ban sparks cruise boycott call

Bermuda's recent reversal of marriage equality has forced Carnival Corporation to halt LGBT unions.

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Credit card debt growth at 12-year high

Annual growth in outstanding credit card debt speeds up owing, in part, to tap and go payments.

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Billion euro cyber-suspect arrested in Spain

The individual led a prolific gang that stole cash from banks for more than five years, says Europol.

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Remington: Oldest US gunmaker files for bankruptcy

Remington Outdoor has been in business for more than 200 years but has been hit by slowing sales.

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Social mission

Would you give up a job for a six-month contract to tackle ways of improving mental health? asks the BBC's Andrew Bomford.

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