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Opec plans fresh oil price talks says energy minister
The Opec oil producers group will make another attempt this week to reverse a more than two-year slump in crude prices says Algeria's energy minister.

Twitter shares soar almost 20% on takeover talk
Shares in Twitter jump more than 20% after a report that it has received takeover approaches, including from Google and Salesforce.com.

Facebook 'overestimated' video viewing time
Facebook has overestimated how much video people have watched for the last two years, the company has admitted.

Court slashes damages to be paid by ex-trader Kerviel
A French appeals court has slashed the amount that rogue trader Jerome Kerviel has to pay his former employer Societe Generale to €1m.

Amazon has been fined £65,000 for trying to fly dangerous goods
Online giant Amazon has been fined £65,000 after being found guilty of attempting to ship dangerous goods by air.

BHS brand to be revived online in the UK
The collapsed retailer BHS is re-launching as an online shop, selling some of the most popular items previously available on its website.

Yahoo 'state' hackers stole data from 500 million users
Yahoo says 'state-sponsored' hackers stole information from about 500 million users in 2014 in what appears to be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history.

Easyjet pilots suspend strike action pending further talks
Easyjet pilots suspend strike action while new proposals on tackling fatigue are considered.

EU Commission refuses to revise Canada CETA trade deal
The European Commission says the controversial EU-Canada free trade deal - CETA - cannot be renegotiated, despite much opposition in Europe.

Ex-Hanjin Shipping chairwoman investigated over insider trading
The former chairwoman of bankrupt Hanjin Shipping is under investigation for alleged insider trading.

Iceland supermarket's battle with country over name
British supermarket Iceland could face a legal battle to save its name after the Icelandic government confirms it is considering launching a lawsuit.

Asia Uber rival Grab in deal with start-up nuTonomy
Southeast Asian ride-hailing company Grab forms link with start-up nuTonomy, which last month launched a driverless taxi trial in Singapore.

China’s Wanda extends Hollywood footprint with Sony alliance
China’s Dalian Wanda Group extends its footprint in Hollywood after striking a deal with Sony Pictures.

BBC World News business headlines
The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

South African shops salvaging 'expired' goods
The Cape Town supermarket owner selling food past its "sell-by" date.

What if Yahoo hackers have my details?
The BBC's technology reporter Chris Foxx explains how you can stay safe following the Yahoo hack.

South Africa's bittersweet sugar tax
The impending sugar tax in South Africa is causing concern in the soft drinks industry.

The costs and challenges of an ageing population
Being positive may be key to successful ageing but the economic challenge of an ageing population is a huge global predicament.

Brexit talks 'probably early 2017'
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that formal negotiations for Britain to Leave the European Union will "probably" begin in early 2017.

Yahoo breach: Troy Hunt gives tips to protect yourself
Security expert Troy Hunt discusses the scale of the Yahoo breach and what steps its users should take to protect their data.

Why don't UK tech firms lead the world?
Are the Americans just more determined when it comes to producing world-beating tech firms?

Tattoos shouldn't be a barrier to hiring, says employer advice group
A body that advises employers is warning them they could miss out on talent if they aren't more open-minded about tattoos.

Turkmenistan unveils bird-shaped airport in Ashgabat
A major new international airport shaped like a falcon opens in Turkmenistan's capital Ashgabat, despite the country receiving few foreign visitors.

Prize catch
The BBC's James Badcock examines how activists doggedly pursued their country's former economy minister and IMF chief, Rodrigo Rato, over corruption claims.

Leadership goals
Fifa secretary general Fatma Samoura says more must be done to make all elements of the football industry more open to women and minorities.

Get off my land!
Up to a billion people in Africa derive their main income from farming, but many get embroiled in disputes over whether they really own their land. Can tech help?

Bonanza for Bosnia
Bosnia's biggest foreign investment by a Dubai-based property developer is causing some unease amongst locals. But the country needs all the help it can get.

Saving honey bees
A look at the tech firms helping to save and protect the honey bee, as numbers of the vital pollinators continue to fall sharply around the world.

Playing with trust
A marketing hoax of a "fired employee" going berserk with a company's Twitter account goes viral - but how effective is it when advertising plays with people's trust?

Wealth divide
As Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt prepare to untie the knot, they will become clients of a very lucrative industry providing divorces for the super-rich.

Women at the top
GSK has announced Emma Walmsley will be its next chief executive, taking the total of women running FTSE one hundred companies to seven. So who are the other six?

Future models
As London's autumn fashion week wraps up, what has it told us about the way the fashion industry is changing?

Testing for Ebola
Early diagnosis of disease is literally a matter of life and death, so the race is on to produce cheaper, faster, lighter kits to help doctors and nurses in the field.

Clean-living cattle
Some US cattle farmers are finding that smaller herds of naturally raised cows are more profitable.

Meteoric rise
A profile of virtual reality firm boss Samantha Kingston, who has enjoyed a meteoric rise after falling into the video games industry by accident.

Credit worthy?
Australia's biggest banks have been among the world's most profitable, but face allegations of rate-rigging and anti-competitive behaviour. Are their golden years over?

Lost in grief
Older people are increasingly saving their loved ones from the cost of a funeral by paying in advance - but many families are unaware because they are scared to talk about death.

The new sushi?
Katy Watson and Sarah Treanor visit insect farms in California and Mexico - but is bug eating, or entomophagy, really going to catch on?

More light, better life
Solar power is expanding fast in Africa, and innovative products and payment schemes are ensuring the poor and rural communities don't miss out.

Hinkley Point C
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?

Stuck on board
Some 60 of Hanjin Shipping's cargo vessels are stranded at sea, after the company filed for bankruptcy - with crew and cargo stuck on board. Here's the story of one of them.

Trip tips
Whether you're a tourist or an executive, it isn't always easy travelling alone, especially if you're a woman. A growing number of businesses are aiming to make the experience easier.

Never retire
With more of us in developed countries living longer but retiring earlier, there is a growing pensions "time bomb". So could the answer be never retiring in the first place?

Beyond the safari
South Africa's tourism industry is using technology to expand the sector beyond traditional areas and appeal to modern independent travellers.

Sponsor vehicle
Japanese carmaker Nissan is one of only eight sponsors of the Uefa Champions League. What does the firm hope to achieve from its association with Europe's top football competition?

Breaking down bonds
BBC World Service economics correspondent Andrew Walker breaks down the world of bonds.
 
 
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