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US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says there is still "remaining slack in the labour market".

HSBC boss in 'capital flight' claim
Uncertainty over an independent Scotland's currency could lead to "capital flight" from the country, the chairman of HSBC claims.

LSE rights issue to raise almost £1bn
The London Stock Exchange is raising £938m in a shareholders rights issue to help fund a £1.6bn US acquisition.

Gap goes to India for new customers
US clothing store Gap is bringing its brand to India with the aim of opening 40 outlets, and will launch the first two stores early next year.

Argentina debt plan ruled 'illegal'
Argentina's plan to ask investors holding defaulted bonds to swap them for new locally issued debt is ruled "illegal" by a US court.

Russia widens McDonald's food probe
Russia's main consumer watchdog announces unscheduled checks on a number of McDonald's restaurants as part of an investigation into food standards.

US bank in record $16.7bn settlement
Bank of America agrees to pay a record $16.7bn (£10bn) to US authorities for selling toxic mortgage loans that helped trigger the financial crisis.

Dollar store rejects rival $9.7bn bid
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Eurozone growth slows in August
Eurozone business growth slows in August, weighed down by sluggish French and German economies.

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Bank in 'double bill' ruling appeal
Bank of Scotland says it will appeal against a Belfast High Court judgement that ruled it had unfairly double billed customers who fell behind on their mortgages.

Australian winemaker reports a loss
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VIDEO: Are social media adverts worth it?
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VIDEO: India's factory law plans questioned
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VIDEO: Doubt hangs over US trade treaty
A US-Africa trade treaty helps to support jobs in a number of African countries, but there are concerns about its future.

Cast of South African soap sacked
The 16-strong cast of popular South African soap opera Generations is sacked after a long-running dispute over pay and contracts.

Calvin Harris earns more than Jay Z
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Russia shuts four Moscow McDonald's
Russia's main consumer watchdog has shut a number of McDonald's restaurants in Moscow as part of an investigation into food standards.

Macy's settles racial profiling cases
One of the most famous names in US retailing, Macy's, pays $650,000 to settle claims that it racially profiled and detained customers at its Manhattan outlet.

Argentina in plan to avoid US ruling
An emotional President de Kirchner says proposed legislation will return control of its debt to the government.

Russia tensions hit Carlsberg sales
Sales at the Danish brewer Carlsberg have been hit by falling consumption in Russia and Ukraine amid the crisis in the region.

Russian ban fuels food price rises
Russia sees some food price rises as a ban on imported Western products starts to take effect.

Norway's Statoil in Russian deal
Norway's Statoil partners with Russian state energy giant Rosneft to search for oil in the Arctic, despite Western sanctions against Moscow.

Downgrade hits South African banks
Shares in South Africa’s largest banks have fallen after being downgraded by the credit ratings agency Moody’s.

Oil prices dip to nine-month low
Global oil prices have fallen to their lowest level in nine months, despite fears that conflicts in Ukraine and Iraq would inflate prices.

Ramaphosa heckled at Marikana probe
South Africa's Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is heckled at an inquiry into the shooting dead of 34 striking miners by police in Marikana in 2012.

Amazon in Shanghai e-commerce pact
US online retail giant Amazon steps up its presence in China with a strategic partnership with the Shanghai Free Trade Zone.

China fines 12 Japan car parts firms
China levies a record fine totalling 1.24bn yuan ($202m; £121m) on twelve Japanese car parts companies for price-fixing.

BHP Billiton unveils $14bn demerger
BHP Billiton plans to spin-off some of its assets into a new $14bn (£8.4bn) metals and mining company in order to simplify its operations.

Villa appoint Fox as chief executive
Aston Villa name Tom Fox as the Premier League club's new chief executive, replacing Paul Faulkner, who left in July.

2014 Games track goes to Grangemouth
The 2014 Commonwealth Games athletics track at Hampden Park is to be lifted and moved to Grangemouth Stadium.

Coventry to return to Ricoh Arena
Coventry City are to return to the Ricoh Arena after agreeing a two-year deal with the company that runs the stadium.

Windows XP upgrade proves tricky
Cost, complications and computer code clashes have afflicted firms that have migrated away from the ageing Windows XP operating system.

Smartphone stress: Are you a victim?
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Quantum computers to crack the world
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Brewing a beer revolution in Africa
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Riding a business wave in the surf
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How to crack the US market
The US retail market is a tough nut to crack, but there are a number of small UK firms who have managed to succeed in America.

UK car production rises in July
More than 130,000 cars were made in the UK last month, a rise of 2.8% compared with last year, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

Google cars 'designed to speed'
Google's driverless cars are programmed to occasionally exceed speed limits by up to 10mph, says the project's lead engineer.

China says Mercedes fixed prices
Carmaker Mercedes-Benz is found guilty of manipulating the price of spare parts following an investigation by the authorities in China.

Bank of England gives 'reassurance' on Scottish independence vote
Mark Carney moves after fears over currency union

Europe: All change on Iraq
Europe drops earlier assessment on Iraq

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