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Stocks rise after Fed ends stimulus
Asia stocks mostly open higher after the US dollar jumps in value following the end of the Federal Reserve's bond-buying stimulus program.

Samsung profit lowest in three years
Samsung Electronics sees its quarterly operating profit fall to its lowest level in more than three years because of slowing smartphone sales.

Australia bank plans UK asset sale
National Australia Bank is considering floating its Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking operations on the stock market as part of an exit from the UK.

Fiat Chrysler to spin off Ferrari
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to spin off Ferrari and sell a 10% stake in the luxury carmaker on the stock market.

Deutsche Bank in 92m-euro loss
Deutsche Bank swings to a loss in the third quarter because of higher legal costs to settle investigations.

Baidu misses profit predictions
Profits and revenues from Baidu, often called "China's Google", miss analysts' profit forecasts.

Pilot strike hits Air France profits
Air France-KLM has said last month's pilots' strike cost it €416m (£328m) in lost revenues as it reported operating profit fell by more than half in the three months to the end of October.

Tesco in criminal fraud probe
The Serious Fraud Office is carrying out a criminal investigation into accounting irregularities at supermarket giant Tesco.

Nintendo surprises with earnings
Japanese video game giant Nintendo beats market expectations to post net income of 14.3bn yen in the April-to-September period.

Wall Street lower after Fed statement
Wall Street's three main indexes finish lower after the US Federal Reserve ends its stimulus programme and keeps interest rates on hold.

Total profits hit by lower oil price
French oil firm Total reports a 2% fall in third quarter profits because of falling oil prices.

Facebook warns spending to rise
Facebook has warned that its spending will increase sharply next year and its revenue growth will slow in the fourth quarter.

Heathrow expects faster growth
The UK's largest airport, Heathrow, reports higher sales and says it expects passenger numbers to grow at a faster rate.

Singapore 'best place for business'
Singapore is ranked the best country to do business for a ninth consecutive year by the World Bank's annual "Doing Business" report.

Thai court rejects UK activist case
A Thai court dismisses a criminal defamation case against a British labour activist who criticised conditions in the food industry.

VIDEO: Why are oil prices falling? In 60 seconds
BBC News explains why oil prices are so low - and what it would take to stop the drop - in 60 seconds.

VIDEO: Turning trash into cash in India
A charity in Delhi runs a programme for visually challenged people - they collect flowers from outside temples, which are turned into paint and then sold for a profit.

VIDEO: Lesotho's trout farming fortune
Roderick MacLeod reports on the growing trout farming business in the water-rich African country of Lesotho.

VIDEO: Future-gazing at TechCrunch London
As the annual TechCrunch event for tech start ups comes to London for the first time, David Grossman goes to investigate.

VIDEO: Bringing internet to India's poorest
More than a billion Indians don't use the internet - and addressing that was the focus of a summit in Delhi where Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was the star attraction.

AUDIO: Whither the global economy?
US shares crept lower on Thursday, tracking big losses on European and Asian stock markets

VIDEO: Inside Huawei's anechoic chamber
The BBC's Linda Yueh has a look inside Chinese technology giant Huawei's anechoic chamber, during a tour of their headquarters.

VIDEO: Will robots replace humans?
In Singapore, both government research agencies and businesses are looking at new ways to use robots for wider commercial purposes.

Fed set to end US stimulus programme
The US Federal Reserve is expected to announce that it will end its programme of buying financial assets with new money, a policy known as quantitative easing.

Chiquita banana firm in Brazil deal
Brazil's Cutrale and Safra groups agree a deal to buy banana giant Chiquita, just days after shareholders rejected a deal with rival Fyffes.

Ford profits fall on new truck costs
Ford reports a sharp fall in profits, largely due to the cost of developing its new F-150 pickup truck.

Diageo puts investment plans on ice
The biggest firm in Scotch whisky production, Diageo, is reviewing its investment plans due to weakened demand around the world.

Sweden cuts interest rates to zero
The Swedish central bank cuts its main interest rate to zero in an attempt to combat deflation.

UBS sets aside $1.9bn in legal costs
Switzerland's biggest bank, UBS, misses profit estimates after it sets aside $1.9bn in legal provisions over alleged currency-rigging.

South Africa growth forecast slashed
South Africa's new finance minister cuts the country's economic growth forecast from 2.7% to 1.4%.

Iranian investment scene 'improving'
As hundreds of investors and business people meet at The 1st Europe-Iran Forum in London there is a mood of cautious optimism.

Oil prices slide on IEA report
Global oil prices fall further after the International Energy Agency reports higher output and cuts its forecast for growth in demand.

Alibaba founder tops China rich list
The founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba, Jack Ma, is China's richest person with a fortune of $19.5bn (£12bn), according to Forbes Media.

ANZ shares suspended on profit error
Shares of ANZ are suspended from trade after the lender accidentally publishes part of its full-year profit results, which are due on Friday.

Vietnam tycoon arrested for 'fraud'
One of Vietnam's richest men, Ha Van Tham, is arrested by police on suspicion of lending fraud, authorities say.

NFL could give UK 'more than £100m'
A London-based NFL team could be worth more than £100m a year to the UK, according to a new report.

Hearts 'will adopt living wage'
Hearts vow to become the first football club in Scotland - and biggest in the UK - to adopt the living wage.

'Prize money gap needs to be closed'
Men earn more prize money than women in 30% of sports, a BBC Sport study reveals.

Can an app cure anxiety and stress?
Stress and anxiety are the modern epidemic - but what if a simple app could make it all go away?

Silicon Valley's billion dollar failures
US tech start ups are 'burning' cash at alarmingly high rates, and some experts are warning that innovation could suffer

Connecting India's offline millions
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to connect the world to his social network through Internet.org - and he now has India in his sights.

The man who built a chocolate empire
Hotel Chocolat co-founder Angus Thirlwell explains how he created a corporate mints provider which he transformed into a chocolate empire.

The Brazilian walk-in siesta centres
A start-up business in Brazil is rolling out a network of drop-in siesta centres, where people can go to take an afternoon nap.

How to manage a fast-growing firm
China's top bosses explain the dos and don'ts of managing a fast-growing company.

US airbag recall expands to 7.8m cars
US car safety regulators expand a recall of vehicles with potentially dangerous Takata airbags to 7.8 million, warning that owners should take 'immediate action'.

Peugeot sales and revenues rise
PSA Peugeot Citroen's turnaround plan appears to be making progress, with the troubled French carmaker announcing better sales and revenues.

Audi claims self-drive speed record
Audi says one of its self-drive test cars topped 149mph (240km/h) at a race track in Germany, beating a human-driven version.

Has quantitative easing worked?
Has the US Federal Reserve's QE policy worked?

Black money: Making a mountain out of a molehill?
Black money: Making a mountain out of a molehill?

Australia's flexible small firms
The Aussie firms offering unusual job perks and flexible working

Change in China for family succession
Why Chinese firms are changing their approach to succession

Where do billionaires go to university?
Where do the super-rich go to university?

High Australian real estate prices lead to bubble fears
Why owning a home may be out of reach

A day without data
Is it possible to not share any information?

Prize catch: Trout farming in Lesotho
Commercial trout farming in Lesotho

Simulator lets you feel gun's kick
What if you had a killer product on your hands - literally?
 
 
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