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20 October 2011 Last updated at 11:42 ET
Market nerves over euro strategy
World stock markets fall on fears that eurozone leaders are divided over how to tackle the region's debt crisis.
Peston: Euro rewards and risks
Eurozone crisis explained
Q&A: Eurozone rescue proposals
Experts debate eurozone options
Timeline of crisis
Man dies as fighting grips Athens
Saab wins private equity lifeline
Saab is accepting a $70n investment from a US private equity group, saying it doubts a Chinese deal will come through.
Nokia swings to loss in quarter
Mobile phone giant Nokia says it made a loss in the third quarter as it continued to come under pressure from other phonemakers.
Nestle raises 2011 sales outlook
The world's biggest food group, Nestle, raises its sales growth outlook for 2011 after a better-than-expected performance in the first nine months.
eBay reports 14% rise in profits
The internet auction site eBay reports a 14% increase in third quarter profits but its shares fall in after-hours trading.
UK retail sales beat forecasts
UK retail sales rose by a stronger-than-expected 0.6% in September, official figures show.
Germany cuts 2012 growth forecast
Mozambique gas field discovered
Firm suspends rare earth output
Sony launches hit by Thai floods
Companies call for climate action
Olympus shares continue to fall
China to control shadow banking
Brazil cuts interest rates again
Morgan Stanley sees $2.2bn profit
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Citigroup settles US fraud case
Citigroup is paying $285m (£180m) to settle civil fraud charges from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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EU regulators raid European banks
A number of banks across Europe have their offices raided by European Union regulators in an anti-competition investigation.
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Gulf Air offers live TV in-flight
Bahrain airline Gulf Air is to offer live in-flight TV for its passengers.
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Thai rates on hold despite floods
Thailand leaves interest rates on hold at 3.5%, despite calls for them to be cut to help the economy recover from recent floods.
Business of Sport
Coe backs Olympic Stadium future
London 2012 chairman Lord Coe rejects suggestions the Olympic Stadium is in danger of becoming a "white elephant".
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The big businesses thinking small
Why enormous companies are looking to tiny start-ups for inspiration in changing the way they work.
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Royal Mail to decide stamp prices
Royal Mail is to be given the power to changes the price of all first class and some second class postage, under plans from its new regulator.
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Mortgage lending 'still subdued'
Mortgage lending in the UK remains subdued, according to the latest figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
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Power in a union?
Debate over trade unions rages in India
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Seeking the next Google
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Musical chairs
Indonesia's president reshuffles his cabinet
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London 2012 Olympic computers being given test run
Online therapy
More Indians are discovering the delights of shopping on the web
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