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A former US treasury secretary says it is the "most egregious" mistake he has seen in four decades.
The sports car maker has made a first-quarter profit this year for the first time in a decade.
Leaders at the US central bank want proof economic slowdown is temporary.
The British sports car maker is being bought by the Chinese owner of Volvo cars.
A new product from Google will link the clicks on ads with offline spend to prove digital ads work.
Sean FitzPatrick will be acquitted after longest criminal trial in Irish state history collapses.
Charges for closing stores and revamping the pension scheme hit the bottom line at the retailer.
Flatpack furniture giant's Sweden boss will move up to a global role in September.
More woe for upmarket jeweller as consumers continue to opt for cheaper brands.
China dismisses the one-notch cut by Moody's, accusing it of using "inappropriate methodology".
Investors sell out as the B&Q and Screwfix owner reports lower sales and restructuring costs.
The petrochemicals giant says the move will make it the biggest private group operating in the North Sea.
Sales at the Currys and PC World owner rise 4%, helped by a strong performance in southern Europe.
The software features came in about 104,000 diesel-engine jeeps and trucks sold in the US.
Opec is hoping to extend existing oil production cuts, in order to push prices higher.
Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones swaps his smartphone for the retro Nokia 3310 for a day.
The way we work is changing. Here's a breakdown of how people in the UK are employed.
Dani Bolser built a business at home to balance work and childcare.
This luxury car showroom in Singapore has found a novel way to put its vehicles on display.
Vue International CEO Tim Richards says rushing potential investors is never a good idea.
The BBC's Richard Westcott has visited London City Airport's new control centre, 120 miles away from the landing strip.
Experts say its success will depend on how much people are willing to pay to indulge their nostalgia.
Italian businessman Andrea Radrizzani completes his takeover of Championship club Leeds United from Massimo Cellino.
Mexico is the world's fourth largest car exporter, but could Donald Trump bring this to an end?
More and more women in the UK are setting up their own firms as a way of reconciling the demands of work and family.
There are now more than 240 international campuses as universities take their brands to a global market.
Who are the 'hard-working' and 'ordinary' people that politicians love to appeal to?
As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.
How strict quality control and unusual Asian toppings helped a Japanese expat build a popular pizza chain in Vietnam.
Contraception wasn’t just socially groundbreaking - it also changed the professional landscape.
The Nordic country's reputation for gender equality is not all it's made out to be.
Pippa Middleton's big day might have cost £250,000, but spending on the dress, the ring and the event is falling among most young brides.
The firms helping travellers to transport goods around the world for complete strangers, and how they overcome security concerns.