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Rebekah Brooks to return as chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper operations on Monday.
Argentina's central bank has ordered HSBC to replace its chief executive in the country and accused it of failing to prevent tax evasion.
Anyone lucky enough to have a £50 note in their wallet and purse will find it is the only banknote made of paper in a few years.
Thousands of magazine subscribers with WHSmith have received emails containing the details of other customers owing to a processing "bug".
New Jurassic World and Elves ranges help Lego post double-digit sales growth globally in the first half of the year.
Chinese markets recovered from early losses on Wednesday, with analysts speculating that the government had stepped in to prop up the market.
Nick Robertson, the founder and chief executive of online fashion retailer Asos is to stand down after 15 years, the company has announced.
There has been a 6% rise in the use of zero hours contracts by UK businesses in the last year, data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown.
A judge has allowed Uber drivers in California to take legal action to determine whether they are contractors or employees.
Premier League football clubs break the summer transfer window spending record, according to analysis from Deloitte.
Google has made a series of changes to the main logo it uses for its core services.
Australia's growth is slower than expected in the second quarter of the year, as the economy struggled to gain momentum.
The chief executive of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, announces she is expecting twin girls but plans to take "limited" time off.
NHS staff will be offered exercise classes in a bid to keep them fit and in work, NHS England's chief executive is set to announce.
As part of the BBC's series on unusual workplaces, we talk to the New York lawyer whose yacht is now his office.
Indonesians take to the streets to demonstrate against job cuts, low wages and rising food prices.
Singapore's migrant workers from India and Bangladesh launch a cricket league for their precious days off.
What does the collapse in iron ore prices mean for people in the remote mining towns of western Australia?
BBC News looks at an eco-friendly treehouse office that has opened in Hoxton, east London, designed for freelance workers.
Australia's iron ore industry is facing a slump after decades of success fuelled by demand from China.
Scientists develop a way to make ice cream smoother and less likely to melt so quickly on a hot summer day.
Indian growth has already outstripped China's for two quarters, but can it maintain that pace of development?
The hair-raising way one entrepreneur first made money
What will be the impact of the crash at Shoreham?