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ECB extends bond-buying scheme but at slower pace
The European Central Bank will extend its bond-buying scheme by nine months but cut its purchases by €20bn a month.

Volkswagen emissions: UK and six other nations face legal action
The EU is taking legal action against the UK and six other nations for failing to take - or consider taking - action against Volkswagen.

McDonald's to move non-US tax base to UK
McDonald's is to move its non-US tax base from Luxembourg to the UK, the firm says.

Japan's third-quarter growth rate revised down sharply
Japan's economy grew much slower than initially estimated in the third quarter of the year, as business investment fell.

Brexit: French financial regulator wooing London banks
Banks are in advanced stages of planning to shift some operations from London to Paris, says France's leading financial regulator.

E-cigarettes major concern, says US
The US Surgeon General says the use of e-cigarettes by children is "a major public health concern".

Glencore and Qatar buy $11.3bn stake in Russia's largest oil company
Glencore and Qatar buy a 20% stake in Rosneft, Russia's biggest oil company, despite US and EU sanctions.

Sports Direct chairman lambasts critics as profits fall
Sports Direct's chairman says an "extreme" media campaign has harmed its reputation as profits fall.

'Easy money' schemes a risk to young
Young adults are increasingly tempted to become money mules - risking a fraud conviction for a few hundred pounds, a protection body says.

Tata Steel makes commitment to secure Port Talbot future
A commitment to secure jobs and production at Port Talbot and other steelworks across the UK is announced by Tata Steel.

National Grid sells majority stake in gas pipe network
National Grid agrees to sell a 61% stake in its gas pipe network to a global group of investors.

UK travel behaviour sees 'seismic shifts'
A new study suggests that young people are shunning cars, while older people are driving more.

Fitbit confirms Pebble takeover deal
Fitbit is buying smartwatch-maker Pebble's intellectual property but not its hardware business, which is closing.

TalkTalk's wi-fi hack advice is 'astonishing'
Security experts attack TalkTalk's response to evidence that thousands of its wi-fi passwords have been stolen.

Pfizer fined record £84.2m for overcharging NHS
Drugs giant Pfizer has been fined a record £84.2m by the regulator for overcharging the NHS.

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

Edible gardens take root in urban Singapore
On the island of Singapore, young urbanites are being shown how to grow their own tropical-friendly, edible gardens.

Facial scan app wants to get to know you
Augmented reality app Blippar can now recognise the faces of 70,000 public figures.

Indian app firms cash in on Modi's rupee note switch
Enterprising Indians are seeing opportunity after almost 90% of bank notes were withdrawn.

DNA testing at work: One company's unusual policy
BBC News visits a travel company using DNA testing to challenge its own workplace culture.

A lack of cash is forcing rural Indians to barter
Rural Indians are being forced to barter for groceries after the government withdrew larger banknotes.

CEO Secrets: TripAdvisor co-founder shares his business tips
Langley Steinert, the co-founder of TripAdvisor, shares the business advice he has learned.

China's hi-tech bike hire startups
China's tech giants are backing sophisticated bike hire as a solution to the country's congested roads.

Michael Jordan wins trademark case in China's top court
China's supreme court rules in favour of basketball legend Michael Jordan in a long-running trademark dispute.

£5 notes 'worth £20,000' in circulation
Four special £5 notes, engraved with a tiny portrait of Jane Austen, are put into circulation.

'Toxic employee'
Most of us have to deal with a disruptive colleague during our working lives, but how can a company best deal with such "toxic employees"?

Vikings rule
Iceland has become a model country for gender equality but women there say more needs to be done.

Office parties
Christmas party season is upon us again, but what do employers and staff really get out of these events?

Global school rankings
Why do Asian countries do so well in global education rankings? The OECD's education director says it reflects a belief that all pupils can succeed.

Chatbot sexism
Why do so many artificially intelligent chatbots have female names and avatars?

Draw it
We want you to show us your interpretation of the business stories that have affected you this year.

Troubled times
Italy's struggling banks now face added uncertainty after Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's heavy referendum defeat.

On the money
The Bank of Canada have released the name of five women who could go on Canada's money. But will anyone recognise them?

Sleeping on toilet floors
How Chris Gardner went from sleeping rough with his young son on the floor of a public toilet to the life of a multi-millionaire investor.

Inflexible friend
The boss of Barclaycard says the plastic credit card is being replaced with new technology, so soon we will need nothing to make a payment.

Post it
What role do postcards and letters play in this digital age? Some businesses think there is a gap in the market.

Smart money?
As global student loan debt reaches crisis levels, can tech start-ups help cut costs?

Brexit and beans
If you like chocolate, Brexit and future trade negotiations should matter to you, writes BBC World News Komla Dumor Award winner Didi Akinyelure.

Fox fighters
For many businesses Christmas is their busiest time of the year, the BBC's Elizabeth Hotson takes a look at how some are preparing.

Steve who?
Donald Trump has picked former Goldman Sachs banker Steven Mnuchin as his treasury secretary. Here are five things you need to know about Mr Mnuchin.
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