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Kraft shares soar on Heinz merger
Kraft Foods Group shares jump 35% after an announcement that the firm will merge with tomato ketchup maker Heinz.

Asia markets spooked by tech selloff
Asian shares fell as investors retreat following US economic data and a sharp selloff in technology shares on Wall Street.

Facebook Messenger lets apps plug in
Facebook opens up its Messenger app to accept posts from other photo, video, audio and Gif-based social networks.

Nasdaq sheds 2.4% as US markets slide
The main US share indexes all fell on Wednesday, with the technology-focused Nasdaq sustaining the heaviest losses.

HMRC 'failing to check tax reliefs'
The UK's tax authority has been accused by MPs of failing to properly monitor the system of tax reliefs.

Banks must review impact of closures
Banks must investigate alternative arrangements for customers before closing the last bank in town, under a new agreement.

MPs raise US-EU trade deal concerns
Trade talks between the US and European Union are marked by 'dog whistle' politics, a report by the Business Select Committee says.

Telefonica finalises £10bn sale of O2
Telefonica finalises a deal to sell its O2 mobile phone network to Hutchison Whampoa for £10.25bn.

Rebound in US consumer prices
US consumer prices rebounded in February as petrol prices rose for the first time since June, official figures show.

More women join FTSE 100 boards
Britain's biggest companies have doubled the number of female directors, but some smaller firms still have all-male boards.

UK inflation rate falls to zero
The UK's inflation rate fell to 0% in February, the lowest since records began, official figures show.

Eurozone business activity picks up
Business output in the eurozone grew at its fastest rate in nearly four years in March, a closely watched survey suggests.

VIDEO: China's wealthiest - in 90 seconds
Who are the richest people in China and how did they become wealthy?

VIDEO: India's young art collectors
A growing number of young, wealthy Indians are buying art as a form of investment.

VIDEO: South Africa's appetite for fast food
The fast food industry is rapidly establishing itself across Africa, as Lerato Mbele reports.

VIDEO: The world's most expensive SUV
Who would buy a car like this? The BBC interviews the man behind the million dollar Dartz Prombron.

VIDEO: Kenya's quiet 'food revolution'
Local restaurants will soon feel the force of fast food in Kenya, reports the BBC's Michael Kaloki.

VIDEO: Japan seeks to reboot innovation
Mariko Oi reports from Japan on the country's quest to rediscover its innovative spirit with "game-changing" products.

VIDEO: Argentina's art-loving property magnate
Eduardo Costantini has built large swathes of Buenos Aires, but it is his art collection that is his passion.

VIDEO: Conjuring up some India budget magic
As Narendra Modi's government presents its first full budget, the BBC's Sameer Hashmi dons his magician's outfit to explain why India's economy could use a little magic.

Why are people so mean online?
Monica Lewinsky has made an impassioned public speech calling for people to be nicer online. So why do we continue to be so mean?

Starbucks #RaceTogether campaign mocked
A Starbucks PR campaign to unite customers with conversations about race appears to have backfired, as the company's big roll-out was mocked on Twitter.

US warns UK banks over crisis plans
Bank regulators in the United States have criticised two UK banks for failing to make adequate provisions in the event of their collapse.

RBS to cut stake in US bank Citizens
The Royal Bank of Scotland is selling more of its stake in the US bank Citizens as it continues to focus on the UK market.

US Fed hints at interest rate rise
The US Federal Reserve signals a future rise in interest rates, but says it will wait until the labour market improves.

H&M sees quarterly profits jump
Swedish fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) says "strong" store and online expansion led to improved sales and profits in the first quarter.

Pirelli to be bought by Chinese firm
Chinese state-owned China National Chemical (ChemChina) is to buy Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli in deal that values the firm at €7.1bn (£5.1bn).

General Motors pulls Opel in Russia
US car giant General Motors is to pull its Opel brand out of Russia after plummeting sales, and significantly cut back Chevrolet production in the economically troubled country.

Cruise operators shun Tunisian ports
Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises, two Italian cruise companies, cancel planned stops in Tunisian ports following shootings at a museum in Tunis that killed 21 people.

South Africa power chiefs suspended
South Africa's power utility Eskom tells four top officials to step aside while it investigates the problems at the firm, including recent power cuts.

Ghana to receive $1bn loan from IMF
Ghana has secured a $1bn loan from the International Monetary Fund that could stabilise its troubled economy.

ADB expects 7.2% China growth in 2015
The Asian Development Bank says it expects China's economy to grow by 7.2% this year, which is faster than the target rate set by the country's officials.

IMF to co-operate with China-led bank
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde says the IMF is happy to work with the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

Jaguar Land Rover in China recall
Jaguar Land Rover is recalling more than 36,000 sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in China after a state television report aired complaints over its gearboxes.

Kosovo firms hope for better future
Kosovo's entrepreneurs hope for a brighter economic future

The $10,000 bag made in the US
The $10,000 bag made entirely in the US

Is lunch an an economic indicator?
What a chicken sandwich tells us about our financial health

Singapore's economic transformation
Singapore's journey to the global stage under Lee Kuan Yew

Afghanistan's 9/11 millionaire
How interpreter Fahim Hashimy became rich through wartime

Is this the sweetshop of the future?
Edible diamonds, 3D-printed chocs and candy floss lamps
 
 
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