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Standard Chartered 'to cut 1,000 jobs'
Standard Chartered bank, the London-based lender that makes most of its profit in Asia, could cut up to 1,000 senior jobs, according to a memo sent to staff.

Russia hopes for Grand Prix boost
Russia will take the Formula 1 centre stage this weekend in Sochi, and race organisers hope it can boost tourism and also fuel interest in motorsport.

US groups want Experian hack probed
Campaigners have questioned whether a hack at credit report company Experian could extend to 200 million customers.

US hedge fund threatens to sue Peru
A US hedge fund threatens to sue Peru over bonds issued by the country's former military regime.

Central banks 'need to be courageous'
Central banks in the UK and the US "need to be courageous" and raise rates, says former Bank of England policymaker Andrew Sentance.

Glencore cuts zinc output by a third
Embattled mining giant Glencore says it is slashing its zinc production in reaction to a 30% plummet in the commodity's price in the past few months.

Lagarde: China not all 'doom and gloom'
The head of the International Monetary Fund tells the BBC that the outlook for China, the world's second-largest economy, is not all "doom and gloom".

UK construction output drops in August
UK construction output fell sharply in August but the UK's trade deficit narrowed, official figures show.

1MDB 'should face criminal prosecution'
Malaysia's Central Bank recommends criminal prosecutions related to controversial state investment fund 1MDB.

Amazon launches handicraft store
The retailer takes on artisan website Etsy with an online store for handmade goods.

'Bond King' Bill Gross sues Pimco
Former Pimco bond trader Bill Gross is suing his former employer for wrongful dismissal and claiming $200m in damages.

BBC to screen live e-sports tournament
The BBC is to stream live coverage of an e-gaming contest for the first time

Mobiles to load news articles faster
A scheme pioneered by Google and backed by the BBC and other publishers will allows articles to download faster on mobile devices.

SABMiller rejects latest AB InBev offer
SABMiller has rejected an improved offer from Anheuser-Busch InBev that it says "very substantially undervalues" the company.

PepsiCo profits beat expectations
PepsiCo reports better than expected quarterly profits after seeing rising demand for its drinks and snacks in North America.

Whole Foods stops selling prison goods
Upmarket US food chain Whole Foods says it will no longer sell goods made by prison labour after protests against the practice.

VW's US boss offers 'sincere apology'
Volkswagen's US boss makes a "sincere apology" to US lawmakers for installing "defeat devices" to cheat emissions tests on its diesel cars.

Lidl reverses NI living wage decision
The supermarket chain Lidl will now include Northern Ireland staff in the pay rise it has awarded to workers in the rest of the UK.

Firms backed by China tech giants merge
Two firms backed by Chinese internet rivals Alibaba and Tencent are merging to create a new company that will offer a wide range of online services.

Zimbabwe to ban electric water heaters
Zimbabwe is to ban electric water heaters and require all new properties to use solar power, in an attempt to tackle big power shortages.

Copper price close to lowest since 2009
The price of copper drops close to the lowest level in six and a half years as the plunge in commodity prices is felt across the world.

Moroccans win case against French rail
French rail operator SNCF is ordered to pay €150m ($170m; £110m) in damages for discriminating against more than 800 Moroccan staff.

Firms pushed over haze-linked products
Singapore is putting pressure on major retailers in Singapore to not use or sell materials produced by firms linked to fires in Indonesia.

World Bank cuts Asia growth forecast
The World Bank cuts growth forecast for the Asia Pacific region, because of the risks posed from a sharp slowdown in China and raising US interest rates.

Australia's 7-Eleven heads resign
Australia's 7-Eleven convenience store chain sees its chief executive and chairman resign amid a worker exploitation scandal.

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Water is a high price for Lima's poor
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Why emerging economies are slowing down
Why emerging economies are slowing down

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The rebirth of a natural treasure
The rebirth of Mozambique's natural treasure

Why is Brazil's currency so weak?
Why is Brazil's currency now so weak?

Hong Kong minorities 'marginalised' in school
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