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Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein hints at Frankfurt move
Lloyd Blankfein tweets he intends to spend more time in Frankfurt, a hint of a post-Brexit move.

Black Monday 1987: 'Our jaws hit the desk'
On Black Monday 30 years ago investors were stunned by a global stock markets crash. What's its legacy?

Amazon: More than 100 cities bid for new headquarters
The deadline is approaching for US cities to submit proposals to host Amazon's new headquarters.

Australian carmaking runs out of road
The final vehicle left the production line on Friday, in what many consider a symbolic moment.

Nissan halts production in Japan over inspection concerns
The firm recalled 1.2 million cars in Japan because uncertified technicians performed final checks.

UK banks 'exposed to money laundering in South Africa'
Lord Hain says up to £400m may inadvertently have been laundered by HSBC and Standard Chartered.

China third quarter growth meets expectations at 6.8%
The world's second largest economy has taken steps to rein in debt and cool the housing market.

UK retail sales in sharp fall in September, ONS says
The Office for National Statistics says retail sales dropped last month, reversing a jump in August.

Interserve shares dive on new profit warning
The troubled construction and support services firm says it could breach its banking agreements.

Creative sector warns of Brexit threat to economy
The £87bn a year the sector generates for the economy is at risk, the sector's trade body says.

Office provider IWG sees shares plunge after profit warning
IWG says investment will lead to extra costs while sales have been weaker than expected.

Wall Street flat amid tech stock weakness
Tech stocks weighed on Wall Street on Thursday with both Apple and eBay closing lower.

Rio Tinto charged with fraud by US authorities
The mining giant also paid £27m to UK regulators for breaching rules when buying African coal assets.

'Future city' to be built in Canada by Alphabet company
Google sister company Sidewalk Labs is to build a digital city on Toronto's waterfront.

Harvey Weinstein 'steps down from company board'
Harvey Weinstein was fired from his company over sex allegations but had stayed on its board.

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

How the paper clip became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the paper clip became a million dollar idea and inspired a resistance movement.

How does this look? Be your own virtual make-up artist
French cosmetics chain Sephora is using augmented reality so that customers can try on make-up virtually, before buying it.

Would you eat green satsumas?
Tesco has announced it will start selling green satsumas but would you be willing to eat them?

Putting Canadian wine on the map
How the wines of Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie are winning a growing number of fans around the world.

What has China's president Xi Jinping achieved so far?
Chinese president Xi Jinping will be confirmed for a second five-year term this month.

Bricks and mortar shops are cashing in on online shopping
The rise of online shopping has turned retail upside down but innovative retailers are combining online and offline shopping.

CEO Secrets: Brewer who found making beer difficult
Grain Brewery's founder Phil Halls thought that making beer was easy, but could he overcome his early problems before his business folded?

Sunwing flyer sues because he got sparkling wine not champagne
The plaintiff says champagne was promised in the brochure; the airline calls the lawsuit "frivolous".

The global shop
Online retailers have a shop window to the world, but how do you handle all those payments?

Rubbish dump
A ban on the import of waste in China is about create a major blockage backing up through the global waste disposal system

Fear the deer
Milwaukee is historically famous for its beer and its motorcycles, but now its basketball team is hoping to fly the flag for the US city.

Wine on the edge
How Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie is able to make award-winning wines, despite winter temperatures so cold it can kill his vines.

Health risks
Health risks and job losses are among the harms many in China face in the push for economic change.

Toughest lessons
A student who faced torture and imprisonment in Syria's civil war is starting her life again at a university in Canada

Sweet success
What's the best way to sell online? And how do you make sure your website really works?

Poison purifiers
The social entrepreneurs innovating a clean water solution for Bangladesh's arsenic poisoning crisis

Racing finances
Formula One teams' costs have soared after rules changes designed to make for closer competition.

Made in Japan
The industrial crisis at Kobe Steel is deepening but some warn it won’t be the last Japanese business scandal.

No-belle prize
Just 13% of US academic economists are women - and only one has won the Nobel Prize in economics. Why are women so under-represented in the profession?

Pest control
How apps using image recognition are helping farmers identify crop diseases.

Timber travel
A growing number of firms are crafting bikes using wood, but some cyclists remain wary

Location, location, location
Where we are, and where we want to go is at the heart of many of the world's most innovative businesses.

Disney to Pompey
Michael Eisner is using is expertise in the US entertainment industry to turn around Portsmouth FC.

Worst odds
The countries where most girls don't even get to start primary school.

Baby Lifesaver
This Bangladeshi doctor who turned a shampoo bottle into a low-cost lifesaver

Robo shops
Can a wave of disruptive ideas change our shopping habits?

From pillows to concrete
Carbon emissions contribute to global warming, so could tech that removes them from the air slow the process?

Have you been nudged?
Five ways the theory behind this year's Nobel prize for economics may have influenced your behaviour.

Mamma spice
How Munaf Kapadia runs a successful "pop up" restaurant at his family home in Mumbai.

Blue sky thinking
British scientists played a key role in developing radar, which has helped deliver safer skies.

Out of control
Carmakers are increasingly sending vehicle software updates wirelessly, but how risky is this?

Film memorabilia
Some film memorabilia fetches millions at auction, but it can cost nothing to start a collection.

Royal model
Sheikha Hind provides a modern face for the wealthy, blockaded Gulf state of Qatar.

Trump impact?
International students are increasingly looking outside the US to pursue graduate business education.

Smells wrong
Could niche perfumes made by artisan houses be the saviour for the struggling fragrance industry?

Ice men
Meet the engineers who create ice structures in India's far north, to try to solve persistent water shortages.

Close call
5G broadband could be 10 times as fast as 4G and underpin many new technologies of the future.

What do we want?
Asking customers what they wanted profoundly changed how retailers sold their goods.

Whole foods king
Greg Steltenpohl founded one of America's best-known smoothie brands, but almost lost everything after a major corporate crisis.

Horses for courses
Banks are investing in the centre of cities like Manchester, but are closing branches in the suburbs.

But wood it go?
Japanese researchers are developing new light-but-strong materials combining wood pulp and plastics.

Ethical model
More businesses are embracing the 'buy one, donate one' model, but can they also turn a profit?

Work freebies
Impressed that your company offers dress-down Fridays? These firms take job perks to another level.

'Painful truth'
Six out of 10 young people in the world are failing to reach basic levels of proficiency in learning, warns the United Nations.

India's economic woes
India has seen its slowest economic growth since Narendra Modi took over as prime minister.

Personal touch
UK chief executive Matthew Barnes personally approves every new product and sets the price for it.

Fighting the floods
Flooding has killed hundreds and left millions homeless. Can tech help us predict and prepare better?

Denim double down
The US clothing firm is now enjoying five years of profit growth as it recovers from past woes.

Not so fantastic
Cheap plastic has become ubiquitous, but we need to get better at recycling it.
 
 
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