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18 January 2011 Last updated at 19:09 ET
Apple makes record $6bn profits
Apple made record profits and revenues in the run-up to Christmas, but the company's statement makes no mention of boss Steve Jobs' health problems
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TV giant looms with NBC clearance
A new television powerhouse looks set to be created after US regulators clear Comcast's proposed $13.8bn takeover of NBC Universal.
Mallya: Sport teams 'not a hobby'
Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya says he owns F1 and IPL teams for sound business reasons, not as a pastime.
Boeing postpones Dreamliner again
Boeing postpones the delivery date for the first of its new 787 Dreamliners again, this time until the third quarter of 2011.
Citigroup profits below forecasts
Citigroup reports a $1.3bn fourth quarter profit, but its shares fall on disappointment that the results are not better.
Russian bank staff investigated
UK police and Russian authorities investigate alleged criminal activities of four Russian officials assigned to the EBRD.
UK inflation rate rises to 3.7%
Euro up despite rescue fund delay
China attracts record investment
Strong rise in Burberry's sales
Shuttle demand boosts Eurotunnel
Banks 'must be allowed to fail'
China lends more than World Bank
Apple boss takes 'medical leave'
Bank pay too high, says RBS boss
Facebook share plan hits trouble
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Shares in technology giant Apple fall as much as 6% in New York trading after boss Steve Jobs takes indefinite medical leave.
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Richemont beats sales forecasts
Swiss luxury goods group Richemont reports a big jump in third-quarter sales, driven by higher demand in Asia.
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Massmart backs sale to Wal-Mart
Shareholders in Massmart, South Africa's largest retailer, have approved the sale of a controlling stake in the company to US giant Wal-Mart.
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Chinese property prices rise again in December, but at their slowest rate in a year, as the government tackles a possible price bubble.
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Scots to be sponsored by Vauxhall
The Scottish Football Association announce a new three-and-a-half year sponsorship agreement with Vauxhall.
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Using body heat to warm buildings
Innovations in the way we harvest energy means that human warmth can now be saved and harnessed to heat buildings
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Shares in technology firm Smiths Group jump 8% after the company rejects a takeover bid for its medical services unit.
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Barclays' £60m compensation bill
Barclays is told to pay millions of pounds in compensation after giving people poor advice about investing their retirement savings.
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Detroit firms vow to invest more in electrics and better engines
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