11:44 UK time, Thursday, 23 May 2013
Japanese stocks have fallen by their most since the tsunami two years ago. Is it a sign that the market boom is coming to an end?
Germany's economy barely grew in the first quarter of the year, figures show, as private consumption helped offset shrinking exports and investment.
China and Switzerland sign a memorandum of understanding on a free-trade agreement, the first such deal for China with a major Western economy.
Chilean authorities fine the world's largest gold mining company, Barrick Gold Corp, more than $16m for environmental offences at an Andean mine.
Manchester United has struck a new loan deal to cut the amount of interest it pays on its huge debts.
How German football clubs treat their fans differently
Why have we been waiting so long for watches to catch up with smart phones?
The technology that's transforming gardening
Why are there so many entrepreneurship awards?
Europe's tax chief on how to squeeze the corporate Apples
Why Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru want to form a new trade bloc
Getting ready for bookless libraries
Why Cuba is investing in the sweet stuff
Luxury labels target Singapore's best dressed
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