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Japan wage growth surges in July
Japanese wages unexpectedly log their strongest increase since 1997, which may provide a boost to consumer confidence and spending.

Obama renews minimum wage push
President Barack Obama says he will continue to press Congress to raise the federal minimum wage in line with recent economic improvements.

Premier League clubs' spending spree
Premier League clubs have been on a player buying spree, with spending at £835m, as the end of the transfer window passes.

Boris Island airport plan rejected
A plan for an island airport in the Thames Estuary, dubbed "Boris Island", is rejected by the commission looking into the UK's airport needs.

Euro manufacturing at 13-month low
Manufacturing growth in the eurozone slowed to a 13-month low in August, according to a closely-watched survey.

British activist in Thailand trial
A British activist who campaigns for better labour conditions is on trial in Thailand charged with criminal defamation.

Russia and China launch gas pipeline
Russia and China begin the construction of a new gas pipeline linking the countries, with a ceremony in the Siberian city of Yakutsk.

Nuclear vow at Japan-India talks
India's PM Narendra Modi and Japan's Shinzo Abe agree at their summit to speed up talks on a nuclear energy pact.

Woodford sells HSBC over fine fears
One of the UK's most high-profile fund managers, Neil Woodford, says he decided to sell his holding in HSBC because he is worried about "fine inflation".

China factory growth misses forecast
China's manufacturing activity misses expectations in August, indicating that the country's economy may be losing momentum.

Brown issues warning over UK debt
Gordon Brown says an independent Scotland would become "an international outcast" if it refused to accept a share of UK debt.

Heineken sells Mexico packaging unit
Heineken sells its Mexican packaging business to US firm Crown Holdings in a deal worth $1.23bn (£740m).

Airport expansion 'critical' for UK
A single, larger hub airport where passengers can transfer to a range of destinations - is "critical" to the UK's long-term economic growth, says the CBI.

Barclays sells Spanish businesses
Barclays Bank sells Spanish businesses for £633m to the country's third largest lender CaixaBank.

UK manufacturing growth 'slows'
Activity in the UK's manufacturing sector grew at its slowest pace for 14 months in August, a survey finds, while a separate study also suggests a slowdown.

UK businesses 'want new EU deal'
Most British businesses want the UK to renegotiate its relationship with the EU, according to a British Chambers of Commerce survey.

VIDEO: Dumpster divers seek out free food
As food prices in the US increase, more people are looking for sources of free food - including other people's garbage. The BBC went dumpster diving with "freegans" in New York City.

VIDEO: Lesotho's water is 'liquid gold'
Could the water resources in Lesotho pull its people out of poverty? Lerato Mbele reports.

VIDEO: Israel tourism feels the strain
Israeli hoteliers are demanding millions of dollars in compensation from the state over the Gaza conflict, and Palestinian businesses are also suffering.

VIDEO: Cleaning up waste in Mali
Entrepreneurs are trying to find ways to collect rubbish in Mali's capital city Bamako but they have nowhere to process it.

VIDEO: What next for worker pay in Asia?
A new survey has shown that while salaries across the Asia Pacific are set to increase by an average of 7% next year, the higher cost of living will probably chew up most of the extra money.

VIDEO: Is video gaming a spectator sport?
Video game fans descend on Coventry for the UK's biggest gaming festival but is watching others play really a spectator sport?

VIDEO: Russia ban bites Polish apple crop
Russian EU food sanctions hit just before the Polish apple crop harvests leaving farmers with a glut of unsold fruit.

VIDEO: From mountaineer to tour operator
Hassan Sadpara is a mountaineering hero but has found it difficult to turn his climbing success into a successful business.

High-powered hairdryers under threat
High-powered hairdryers are on a list of household electrical items the EU is considering banning in an attempt to curb energy consumption.

The etiquette of reclining seats on flights
When is it acceptable to lean back at 30,000ft, asks Jon Kelly.

Google trials drone deliveries
Google reveals it has built and tested its own drones as part of a plan to make automated deliveries to remote homes as well as disaster-hit zones.

US economic growth revised upwards
The US economy grew at annual pace of 4.2% in the second quarter, revised official figures show, faster than the previous estimate of 4%.

McDonald's in Moscow court appeal
McDonald's says it will appeal against a court ruling in Moscow ordering the closure for 90 days of four of its Russian outlets.

EU widens aid to dairy exporters
The EU announces emergency help for dairy producers hit by the Russian ban on food imports from the EU.

Germanwings pilots set to strike
Pilots at low-cost airline Germanwings will strike on Friday if an agreement is not reached with parent Lufthansa over retirement plans, their union says.

France's jobless total rises again
The number of people looking for work in France rises 0.8% in July, as PM Manuel Valls promises business leaders to speed up reform.

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.

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.

Japan's economy signals weakness
Japan's economy shows signs of stagnation and weakness as households spent less and factory output stays flat in July.

Virgin Australia trebles losses
Virgin Australia posts an after-tax loss of A$355.6m ($332.6m; £200.5m) for the full year ending in June, triple the firm's previous year's losses for the period.

Malaysia Airlines expects more losses
Malaysia Airlines says the full financial impact of the two tragedies to hit the company will be seen in the second half of the year.

Rangers confirm £4m share issue plan
Rangers make new shares available to current shareholders and admit poor uptake could hinder payments to creditors.

England Women's Sevens turn pro
England's top female rugby players will be paid for the first time as the Women's Sevens squad turns professional.

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.

Could your clothing save your life?
Clothing embedded with high-tech sensors that can detect epilepsy, breast cancer, a heart attack and monitor your general health and well-being - could your wardrobe save your life?

Galileo: We know where you are
With the planned launch of two spacecraft aboard a Soyuz rocket from French Guiana, Europe is pushing ahead with its Galileo network of navigation satellites.

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.

Georgian wines toast EU sales boost
With the European Union ending import tariffs on Georgian products from 1 September, the country's winemakers and farmers are hopeful of increasing their exports to the EU.

Tunisia's first video games boss
A profile of Walid Sultan Midani, the founder of Tunisia's first video game development company, and his plans for global success.

Cleaning up Mali's rubbish
Entrepreneurs are trying to find ways to collect rubbish in Mali's capital city Bamako but they have nowhere to process it.

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.

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.

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.

Saving America’s honeybees
Can America's honeybees be saved?

The students behind Nigeria's online jobs giant
The student entrepreneurs behind Nigeria's online jobs giant

Windows XP: Your upgrade experiences
Readers share their experiences of replacing their operating system

Vacuum cleaner debate hots up
How to beat new EU rules on vacuum cleaners.

Smile please, but hold your breath
Smile please, but hold your breath

How do you break up an 'old lady'?
How do you safely scrap an 'old lady'?

World War One: Industrial innovation and suspicion
What industry learned from World War One

Has the humble password had its day?
What new technologies can reliably establish our identities?
 
 
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