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Unemployment in the eurozone has reached a new record high, according to official figures.
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Some EU countries are allowed to slow down austerity cuts, amid concerns over growth.
European countries are to be given more time to reduce debt, amidst concerns over growth.
US house prices have leapt the most in nearly seven years, according to a key index.
Google's boss says governments must change the law if they want firms to pay more taxes.
Global stockmarkets have fallen, led by a huge 7% plunge on the main exchange in Japan.
Leaders of the EU have pledged action to crack down on tax avoidance and evasion.
As the row over tax avoidance grows how likely is a reform of tax policies?
Apple chief executive Tim Cook defends the company's tax arrangements before Senators
Yahoo is to buy microblogging site Tumblr for $1.1bn
BP protests at mounting compensation costs of Deepwater Horizon disaster
The EU has raided several global oil giants as part of an investigation into price fixing.
The EU has raided several global oil giants as part of an investigation into price fixing
Hundreds of garment factories in Bangladesh are to close as protests continue over safety.
Hundreds of garment factories in Bangladesh are to close as protests continue over safety
A report reveals Africa is losing billions of dollars of natural resource wealth a year.
Slovenia's government unveils an economic action plan to avoid an international bailout.
Can Slovenia's new economic action plan avoid an international bailout?
After 26 years Sir Alex Ferguson leaves one of football's most successful businesses.
Has Windows 8 failed? Microsoft might be planning a return of the 'Start' Button.
India pursues nuclear power and a bottle of whisky turns up after 70 years at sea.
The European Central Bank steps in to kick-start eurozone economies.
Bangladeshis take to the streets in protest over the country's worst industrial disaster.