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China 'injects $81bn' into top banks
China's central bank is said to be injecting 500bn yuan ($81bn; £50bn) into the five biggest state-owned banks to counter slowing growth.

Nasa picks astronaut ship designs
The US space agency picks the companies it hopes can take the country's astronauts back into space - a capability lost when the shuttles retired in 2011.

Japan's Pioneer sells unit to KKR
Japan's Pioneer restructures and sells its DJ equipment unit to US private equity firm KKR in a $550m deal.

Russians urged 'don't panic'
Russian authorities urged people not to panic on Tuesday as the rouble fell to a new all-time low against the US dollar amid concerns about the effect of sanctions on the country's economy.

Judge overturns Uber ban in Germany
A German judge has overturned a temporary injunction which banned Uber from operating one of its services in the country.

Global firms 'need new tax rules'
Moves to tackle corporate tax avoidance on a global scale are unveiled by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Radisson halts Vikings sponsorship
Hotel chain Radisson suspends its sponsorship of NFL team Minnesota Vikings after one of their players was charged with child abuse.

German investor confidence falls
Investor sentiment in Germany fall for the ninth month in a row as conflict in Ukraine and weak economic growth in the eurozone undermine confidence, a survey suggests.

Alibaba raises price of share sale
Chinese online giant Alibaba increases the price range of its initial public offering, meaning it could raise more than $25bn when it lists in New York.

UK inflation rate falls to 1.5%
Cheaper food and fuel prices helped to push down the UK consumer price inflation rate to 1.5% in August, official figures show.

Gaultier quits ready-to-wear clothes
French fashion house Jean Paul Gaultier is to stop making ready-to-wear clothes for both men and women, and will focus on "haute couture" and perfume.

Asos shares fall 14% on poor outlook
Shares in online fashion firm Asos fall 14% in early trading after it downgraded its profit forecast for the coming financial year.

Microsoft buys Minecraft for $2.5bn
Mojang, the Swedish firm behind the popular video game Minecraft, is bought by Microsoft for $2.5bn (£1.5bn).

Air France warns disruption to rise
Air France has warned that disruption will get worse as a week-long strike by its pilots continues.

Business urges post-referendum unity
A leading Scottish business group calls for the country to unite "to drive Scotland forward", whatever the referendum result.

VIDEO: What are Scotland's currency options?
The question of which currency an independent Scotland would use has dominated the campaign. Newsnight's economics correspondent Duncan Weldon investigates the options.

AUDIO: The little known biggest web retailer
Alibaba, the world's largest internet retailer, is set to float on the US stock market, in what may be the world's biggest-ever IPO.

VIDEO: Giving every Indian a bank account
In a landmark initiative to help the poor, the Indian government has launched a plan to provide every household with a bank account.

AUDIO: Avoiding business and office jargon
The journalist and author John Lanchester has written a book that aims to decode the language of finance.

VIDEO: Why Scots poll is affecting the pound
The pound has fallen to its lowest level in 10 months amid uncertainty about Scotland's future within the UK.

VIDEO: Russia warning to EU over sanctions
Moscow threatens to ban EU flights over Russian airspace in retaliation for further European Union sanctions.

VIDEO: Malaysia tourism hit by air disaster
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 six months ago has had a negative impact on the country's once-thriving tourism industry.

VIDEO: Hi-tech education for Chinese children
Joanna Wei talks about her educational company Creatica, which runs hi-tech classes for Chinese schoolchildren.

Bosses and cash vanish at shoe firm
Chinese footwear firm Ultrasonic has announced the disappearance of its chief executive and chief operating officer, along with most of its cash.

Google worker lived a year on campus
Three Google workers recall living for months at a time at the firm's headquarters in California taking advantage of the perks it offers.

HSBC settles with US regulators
The British bank HSBC will pay $550m (£338m) to US regulators to settle claims that it mis-sold mortgage-related bonds ahead of the financial crisis.

US retail sales driven by car buying
US retail sales rose by 0.6% in August, compared with the previous month, driven by car purchases, the US Commerce Department says.

Malaysia MH17 tragedy 'avoidable'
The boss of Emirates tells the BBC the airline would have avoided flying over Ukraine if it had been told high-altitude missiles were in the area.

OECD sees global economy held back
A slow recovery among nations using the euro is holding back the global economy, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says.

Thai tuna firm nets Norwegian rival
The world's biggest producer of canned tuna, Thai Union Frozen Products, is buying Norwegian seafood firm King Oscar for an undisclosed sum.

US strengthens sanctions on Russia
The US imposes new sanctions on major Russian banks, defence and energy firms, hours after a similar move by the European Union.

Uganda predicts bigger coffee crop
Uganda's coffee farmers are looking forward to a bigger harvest of beans this year thanks to more rain

Investments in Zimbabwe 'plunging'
Investment in Zimbabwe more than halved in the first six months of 2014, the country's central bank chief announces as President Mugabe visits China.

South Africa economy avoids recession
South Africa avoids falling into recession after second-quarter GDP figures show the economy grew by 0.6% during the April-to-June period.

First Android One smartphones launch
The first Android One handsets go on sale in India, offering “high quality” features and downloads at a relatively low price.

Sinopec sells stake for $17.5bn
Sinopec strikes a deal with 25 local and foreign investors to sell 30% of its retail arm in a deal valued at $17.5bn.

UK to refund Chinese tourist visas
Chancellor George Osborne announces plans to refund the cost of up to 25,000 visas for Chinese tourists in an attempt to attract more visits to the UK.

US firm assessing offer for Tottenham
US private investment company Cain Hoy Enterprises confirms it is considering a takeover offer for English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

Man United predicts fall in profit
Manchester United predicts profit and revenue to fall as a result of its failure to qualify for Champions League.

Ferrari chairman quits after 23 years
Ferrari's long-time chairman Luca Di Montezemolo is stepping down and will be replaced by Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne.

Squeezing out water to save the future
It is the one of the biggest environmental problems facing us – our water is running out. It could lead to food shortages, disease, even war. Meet the businesses trying to reduce our water usage.

3D print your racing car
It's tech that is busy changing how almost everything is made - 3D printing of racing cars, drones, fashion, human tissue and prosthetics - even soil and food.

Innovate or face business extinction
Big companies often find it difficult to innovate, stymied by short-termism and a fear of risk taking. But if they don't, oblivion beckons.

Picking the best business location
Choosing where to locate your business is a vital decision for any new start-up, as business reporter Perry King reports from Canada.

The start-up boss rejected 45 times
Nick Hungerford, the founder and boss of online investment company Nutmeg, talks about how he set up the business.

Kenya's business beauty queen
Terry Mungai has built a beauty empire, including 12 salons, three training schools, the Miss World Kenya franchise and now a cosmetics shop.

GM announces hands-free Cadillac
General Motors has announced that by 2016, some of its Cadillacs will incorporate self-driving functions.

Aston Martin appoints new chief
UK luxury carmaker Aston Martin hires senior Nissan executive Andy Palmer as its new chief executive.

Russia to start car scrappage scheme
Russia says it will introduce a new scrappage scheme worth 10bn roubles to try to boost flagging car sales.

The PoW who built a $180m business
The US prisoner of war who built a $180m company

A tale of two financial centres
Would London lose out if Scotland leaves?

Build your Martian dream home
Is this how the cities of Mars will be built?

Africa's first education tablet
How Africa's first education tablet computer was created

The end of Atlantic City's hot streak
Atlantic City's long hot streak comes to an end

How is the referendum affecting markets?
How is the Scottish referendum affecting markets?

What makes a global top 10 university?
What are the world's best universities?

What exactly is Alibaba?
Getting the lowdown on China's internet giant

How to be a big fish in a small pond
'I like being a big fish in a small pond'
 
 
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