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New computer spying bug discovered
Computer security firm Symantec discovers what it says is one of the most sophisticated pieces of malicious software ever seen.

Business confidence at five-year low
Global business confidence slipped to five-year low in October, according to a survey of 6,100 companies from Markit Economics.

Asia hits highs on China rate cut
Asian shares surged on Monday as investors cheered an interest rate cut in China and the European Central Bank's (ECB) vow to fight deflation.

Banker ruled fit for HK murder trial
British banker Rurik Jutting is ruled fit to stand trial for the murder of two women in Hong Kong, after undergoing psychiatric assessments.

RBS sorry for 'incorrect' evidence
Royal Bank of Scotland apologised for giving incorrect evidence to a UK parliamentary hearing, letters released by the Treasury Committee reveal.

New web data powers plan for police
A law forcing communications firms to keep details that could help identify criminals using the internet is being planned by the home secretary.

Aereo files for bankruptcy protection
Aereo, the TV streaming upstart meant to take on US cable firms, files for bankruptcy protection after a Supreme Court decision threw the company's legality into doubt.

Delta swaps Boeings for Airbus jets
American airline Delta replaces its old Boeing planes in a $14bn order for 50 Airbus wide-body jets powered by Rolls Royce engines

RBS admits error in stress test data
State-backed bank Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) says a data error means it only just passed a European stress test of its balance sheet.

Price wars lead to food firms closing
A supermarket price war is behind a sharp rise in the number of firms involved in food production folding, new research claims.

Obama enforces immigration overhaul
Barack Obama uses executive powers to force through immigration reform, removing the threat of deportation for roughly four million people.

HSBC under investigation in France
HSBC's Swiss-based private banking arm confirms it has been placed under formal investigation in France, days after being accused of tax fraud by Belgium authorities.

Sotheby's chief executive steps down
The chief executive of renowned auction house Sotheby's, William Ruprecht, is stepping down after 14 years at the helm.

Malaysia to end fuel subsidies
Malaysia plans to end petrol and diesel subsidies from December in an attempt to save billions of dollars and reduce its fiscal deficit.

Uber in Singapore taxi app regulation
Singapore plans to regulate third-party taxi booking apps such as Uber by capping fees and limiting them to use only licensed vehicles and drivers.

VIDEO: Gebrselassie: From track to business
How Olympic athlete and world record holder Haile Gebrselassie has become a property mogul and leading investor in Ethiopia.

AUDIO: Bob Marley marijuana brand launched
A Seattle-based private equity firm that invests in the marijuana industry has struck a deal with the estate of Bob Marley to launch a global cannabis brand.

VIDEO: What's wrong with Japan's economy?
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls elections only two years after taking office due to the country's failing economy.

VIDEO: Restaurant helps ex-convicts back to work
A former convict turned entrepreneur is looking to give other ex-offenders in Singapore a new lease on life through his restaurant chain Eighteen Chefs.

VIDEO: Lagarde: Global recovery is fragile
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has told the BBC she wants more than words from G20 leaders and a delivery on their commitments.

VIDEO: Ebola 'could shock global economy'
The President of the World Bank Group has told the BBC that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is a "potential shock to the global economy".

VIDEO: Samsung's virtual reality headset
Samsung's annual developers' conference in California has been exploring the latest in virtual reality gadgets - like its Gear VR.

India tea workers kill boss over pay
Workers at a tea plantation in eastern India beat and stab the owner to death in a row over pay arrears.

Holy trademark! Batman v Valencia
La Liga giants Valencia are facing a fight to be allowed to use a bat symbol on their crest - from the creators of Batman.

Microsoft faults knock sites offline
Faults with Microsoft's cloud computing platform Azure knock many third-party sites offline and restrict access to its own apps.

S&P gives Twitter debt 'junk' status
US ratings agency Standard & Poor's gives social media giant Twitter's debt "junk" status, which is three notches below investment grade.

Oil price falls below $80 a barrel
Brent crude oil price falls below $80 a barrel for the first time since 2010, as Saudi Arabia fails to confirm a cut in production.

Iceland jails former bank boss
Former Landsbanki boss Sigurjon Arnason is sentenced to 12 months in prison for market manipulation, becoming the third Icelandic bank boss to be sent to jail.

Shares dive in nuclear firm Areva
Shares in Areva have plunged after the French nuclear firm suspended its financial targets for 2015 and 2016.

German economy avoids recession
Germany's economy avoids recession after growing 0.1% in the third quarter, with the eurozone as a whole expanding by 0.2%.

Canary Wharf owners reject Qatar bid
The owners of Canary Wharf, Songbird Estates, reject a takeover bid from the Qatar Investment Authority and a US investor saying it undervalues the company.

South Africans face power outages
South Africa is being hit by rolling electricity blackouts as already constrained capacity is further squeezed by a coal silo collapse at a power plant

Crude oil prices hit four-year low
Crude oil prices hit a four-year low after Saudi Arabia unexpectedly cut the price of crude oil sold to the US, adding further to pressure on the growing US oil industry.

Japanese PM Abe dissolves parliament
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe dissolves parliament paving the way for a snap election in December, as local media polls show a low level of support.

China's factory activity stagnates
Activity in some of China's factories and workshops hits a six month low in November, a fresh survey shows.

ANZ bank suspends seven traders
ANZ, one of Australia's biggest banks, has suspended seven traders as part of an inquiry into potential interest-rate rigging.

Bournemouth plan 18,000 expansion
Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn says the club are looking to expand the Goldsands Stadium to 18,000.

Scala to assess 'corruption' reports
The head of Fifa's Audit and Compliance Committee is to evaluate reports into alleged World Cup corruption.

Premier League faces TV rights probe
Ofcom opens an investigation into how the Premier League sells live TV media rights for its football matches following a complaint from Virgin Media.

Ultra HD gives firms clearer picture
Ultra high definition 4K video tech is enabling businesses to extract high quality still photos and experiment with hybrid moving photo formats.

Translation tech talking business
As online content proliferates, translation services are booming and technology is helping them improve their speed and accuracy while lowering costs.

Ukraine's green tech start-ups bloom
Ukraine's young tech entrepreneurs dream of shaking up the country's inefficient energy market, encouraging innovation through "hackathons".

UAE's female fashion designers
As more Emirati women enter the private sector, a growing number are going into fashion design, reports Verity Ratcliffe from Dubai.

Afghan businesses hope for change
The new government in Afghanistan says it wants to make it easier to do business in the country - but will things change?

Ex-convict turned chef cooks up social change
A former convict turned entrepreneur is looking to give other ex-offenders in Singapore a new lease on life through his restaurant chain Eighteen Chefs.

Nissan profits boosted by US sales
One of Japan's biggest carmakers, Nissan, reports a 25% increase in half-year profits as strong US sales help to offset weaker demand elsewhere.

Hyundai and Kia in record settlement
US regulators announce that carmakers Hyundai and Kia have agreed to a record settlement for overstating the fuel economy of their cars, in violation of the Clean Air Act.

Strong rise in Toyota's China sales
Japanese carmaker Toyota saw a strong rise in sales through its two joint ventures in China last month.

The couple who changed the way we shop
The couple who helped Tesco change the way many of us shop

Haile Gebrselassie: From athletics to the boardroom
Haile Gebrselassie on his move from athletics to the boardroom

Scandal strains Brazil's giant Petrobras
The mammoth corruption scandal surrounding Brazil's oil colossus Petrobras

Space agency plans Mars rover from Lego bricks
Space agency plans Mars mission with plastic bricks

Why is Formula 1 in crisis?
What are the root causes of F1's financial troubles?

Crowd investing opens up high finance
How crowd investment platforms are shaking up start-up land

China's increasing demands for gas
China's growing demand for Turkmenistan's gas

Child labour laws: A step back for advancing Bolivia?
Are child labour laws a step back for advancing Bolivia?

How McDonald's conquered India
How McDonald's changed its menu to succeed in India
 
 
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