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Toyota profit up 5% on US demand
The world's biggest carmaker, Toyota, reports a 4.7% year-on-year rise in net income for the December quarter, due in part to stronger sales in the US.

BG Group profit up ahead of takeover
Oil and gas firm BG Group, whose takeover by Royal Dutch Shell is almost complete, reports a rise in its in final full-year earnings.

Indonesia's growth slows for fifth year
Growth in South East Asia's largest economy, Indonesia, has come in at 4.76% for 2015 - the fifth consecutive yearly decline.

Asian shares mixed ahead of jobs report
Shares in Asia were in mixed territory on Friday ahead of a closely watched US monthly jobs report.

Shkreli mocks Congress amid inquiry
Former head of Turing Pharmaceuticals refuses to answer questions at a congressional hearing focused on the company's drug pricing policy.

Mattel shares jump on merger report
Shares in Mattel jump 8% following a report that the toy-maker has held merger talks with rival Hasbro.

LinkedIn shares fall 26% on profit miss
Professional social networking site LinkedIn saw its shares fall 26% after projecting a lower than expected profit for the first quarter of 2016.

Credit Suisse announces 4,000 job cuts
Credit Suisse reports its first annual loss since 2008 and announces that it is going to cut 4,000 jobs.

Obama to propose new levy on oil firms
President Barack Obama plans a fee of $10 (£6.85) on every barrel of oil produced by US firms to fund green transportation projects.

Bank of England cuts growth forecast
The Bank of England cuts its forecast for economic growth this year from 2.5% to 2.2%.

GPS error caused 'havoc' for companies
Several companies were hit by hours of system warnings after 15 GPS satellites broadcasted the wrong time, according to time-monitoring company Chronos.

Lord King joins Aston Villa board
Former Governor of the Bank of England Lord King joins the board of directors at Premier League strugglers Aston Villa.

GoPro shares fall 19% on quarterly loss
GoPro shares fall as much as 19% in after-hours trade in the US after the firm's latest results show a loss-making December quarter.

Chipotle's profit hit by food scare
Chipotle Mexican Grill has posted a 44% drop in profit to $67.9m for the three months to December, following last year's E. coli outbreak.

Yahoo to cut its workforce by 15%
The internet company Yahoo is cutting its workforce by about 15% in an attempt to improve its profitability.

Eurozone growth forecast cut to 1.7%
The European Commission cuts its forecast for economic growth in the eurozone this year from 1.8% to 1.7%.

Ford Europe to cut jobs to save $200m
US car giant Ford announces plans to cut jobs, improve efficiency and save $200m a year in Europe.

LVMH shares jump on record sales
LVMH's shares rise 4.5% after it posts record annual sales despite weakness in China, although profits were lower than expected.

Al Jazeera America to shut news channel
Al Jazeera America will shut down its cable news channel despite spending heavily to break into the US market.

Africa exports to China 'down 40%'
African exports to China fell by almost 40% in 2015, China's customs office says, as China's economic slowdown has an impact on the continent.

Saudi Arabia mulling Aramco share sale
Saudi Aramco, the giant oil company owned by the Saudi Arabian state, confirms it is considering a share sale.

Sharp posts loss amid bailout talks
Japanese electronics firm Sharp posts a net loss of $918m (£630m) even as it considers multiple bailout offers.

Syngenta: 'No Chinese nationalisation'
The chairman of Syngenta has denied that the proposed $43bn (£30bn) takeover by ChemChina amounts to a Chinese nationalisation of the Swiss agribusiness giant.

Lenovo shares fall on poor revenues
Shares of Chinese smartphone and PC-maker Lenovo plunge by more than 10% after it reports quarterly revenues down for the first time in more than six years.

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