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Germany 'must increase investment'
The German government must increase investment to improve competitiveness, says finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.

Germany faces more transport strikes
Pilots at Germany's Lufthansa airline are set to walk out again, just as train drivers end their weekend of strike action.

Asia's share markets up on US data
Asian shares bounce back after positive data and earnings from the US, and gains on Wall Street

ECB's rows over help for Cyprus Bank
The BBC's Andrew Walker unpicks some striking disclosures about divisions within European Central Bank over rescuing Cyprus's bank sector.

UK growth 'to fall to 2.4% in 2015'
The UK economy will grow by 2.4% next year, well below the 3.1% growth expected this year, forecasting group EY Item Club says.

Rolls-Royce warns of falling revenue
Shares in engineering firm Rolls-Royce fall 11.5% after the company warns of falling revenues as trade sanctions against Russia begin to bite.

Morgan Stanley profits surge 87%
US investment bank Morgan Stanley reports an 87% jump in profits to $1.65bn (£1bn) in the three months to the end of September.

Clashes at Hong Kong protest site
Police and protesters clash in a battle for territory in the Hong Kong district of Mong Kok, as both sides confirm talks will take place on Tuesday.

Virgin Australia buys out Tigerair
Virgin Australia will buyout loss-making budget carrier Tiger Airways Australia for A$1 (£0.54), the airline said on Friday.

Keep interest rates low, says Bank
Interest rates should remain low to avoid long-term economic stagnation, says the chief economist at the Bank of England.

Jimmy Choo shares rise after float
Shares in luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo rise on their London market debut after stepping out at the lower end of their pricing range.

Google earnings miss expectations
Internet giant Google reports third-quarter profits of $2.8bn, down 5% from the same period a year earlier, sending shares lower in after-hours trading.

Ex-Rabobank traders in US Libor suit
Two British ex-Rabobank traders are charged by the US Department of Justice with manipulating the Libor rate, bringing the total number of ex-Rabobank employees charged to six.

Chiquita rejects banana buyout
US firm Chiquita rejects an offer from Brazilian billionaires Joseph Safra and José Luís Cutrale that would have valued the firm at $1.3bn, saying the offer was 'inadequate'.

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.

VIDEO: Can Google Glass be addictive?
Scientists say they have treated a man for internet addiction disorder, allegedly brought on by over use of Google Glass - Rory Cellan-Jones gives his reaction.

VIDEO: The world's fastest ambulance?
The world's fastest ambulance has been revealed at the Gitex technology show in Dubai.

VIDEO: Designed In China: The facts
Animated graphic illustrating the advances China is making from a manufacturer to a designer of goods and products

VIDEO: US independent bookshops fight back
Despite the growth of internet retail, some independent bookshops in the US are seeing an increase in popularity, reports the BBC's Victoria Fritz.

VIDEO: The mystery of China's 'guanxi'
Relationships, or "guanxi", are a crucial part of doing business in China, but it is often misunderstood. Are Westerners right to think of it as something potentially corrupt?

VIDEO: The car that's powered by air
At the Paris Motor Show, Theo Leggett looks at the Peugeot 208 Hybrid Air - a concept car that brings a new meaning to the term "gas guzzler".

'Buy Russian' campaign defies food embargo
Russians put a brave face on the ban on Western food, but some businesses are suffering, Sarah Rainsford reports from Moscow.

Is the oil crash a secret US war on Russia?
A New York Times columnist argues the US and Saudi Arabia are using lower oil prices to advance their foreign policy goals.

Goldman Sachs profits leap 50%
US bank Goldman Sachs has reported a 50% jump in third-quarter profit after a sudden pickup in bond market activity helped to boost revenues.

Buffett sells 245m Tesco shares
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who described his Tesco investment as a "huge mistake", offloads 245 million shares in the grocer.

Bank of America sees profits dive
Bank of America reports a big drop in profits due to a multi-billion dollar settlement with US authorities.

Germanwings pilots to strike
Pilots at Lufthansa's low cost airline Germanwings are to stage a 12-hour strike on Thursday in a row over retirement policies at the company.

IndiGo signs record deal with Airbus
Indian budget airline IndiGo signs an agreement to buy 250 A320neo aircraft from Airbus in what is thought to be the largest number of jets sold by the European firm in a single order.

Tata Steel to sell some UK plants
Tata Steel says it is planning to sell its Long Products division, which employs 6,500 people in the UK and Europe.

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.

Somalia's first cash machine opens
Somalia's first-ever cash withdrawal machine is installed in a hotel in the capital, Mogadishu, allowing people to withdraw money in US dollars.

Costco enters China with Alibaba
US warehouse retailer Costco is opening an online store in China through e-commerce giant Alibaba's Tmall website.

India inflation rate at five-year low
India's inflation rate falls to a five-year low in September because of lower food and fuel prices.

India's DLF shares fall after ban
Indian property developer DLF's shares fall to a record low after the financial market regulator bans it from capital markets for allegedly defrauding investors.

Games helped city hotel rates rise
Glasgow hotels enjoyed a significant lift in room rates during July, helped by the Commonwealth Games.

Ticket prices outstrip cost of living
The BBC Price of Football study finds some ticket prices in English football rising at almost twice the rate of the cost of living.

NFL players can handle Wembley move
Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway says NFL players would cope with playing regularly in London.

When does an app need regulating?
Healthcare apps and consumer devices seem to be springing up everywhere. But are they all properly regulated? And should you care?

'Air' plastic and mushroom cushions
Dell's head of packaging, Oliver Campbell, is a man on a mission. Under his tenure the company has introduced innovative eco-friendly packing - including plastic bags made from air.

Health tech start-ups face long race to launch
Developing healthcare technology is not for the faint-hearted - start-ups face a long road to get clearance to take their products public.

Boom times for Ethiopia's coffee shops
As Ethiopia's economy continues to expand, business is growing strongly for coffee shops in the capital Addis Ababa.

The man behind the eBay of Latin America
Marcos Galperin is the Argentine who set up MercadoLibre, the Latin American equivalent of ecommerce and auction website eBay.

Business loans for single mums
How a government-backed loan initiative in Guyana is helping single mothers of all ages to launch and grow their own businesses.

Toyota to recall 1.75 million cars
Japanese carmaker Toyota issues a recall of 1.75 million cars worldwide over faulty brake installations and fuel component issues.

UK new car sales hit 10-year high
New UK car sales had their strongest September in ten years, latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders show.

Fiat boss adds to EU car market gloom
Sergio Marchionne, the head of Fiat-Chrysler car group, says Ford's profit warning this week has sent shockwaves through the industry.

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