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As rescuers scour rubble in Nepal, a digital humanitarian effort also swings into action.
HSBC has announced it is considering moving its headquarters outside UK
Deutsche Bank fined $2.5bn by US and UK regulators for trying to rig interest rates.
A London trader is granted bail to fight extradition to the US.
A deadly strain of bird flu is sweeping across farms in the Midwest.
Google search changes set to hit small businesses
Foreign workers in South Africa fear for their safety as anti--immigrant attacks increase
Germany's finance minister says "no one has a clue" about a new deal on Greece's debts.
EU competition commissioner has filed a complaint against Google
India's biggest online retailer withdraws from browsing deal in row over net neutrality.
US-Cuba trade links edge closer with the first high-level meeting for more than 50 years.
B Ramalinga Raju, founder and former CEO of Indian computer giant, jailed for 7 years.
The merger gives birth to a new oil and gas giant. So is it a sign of more deals to come?
US parcels delivery firm to buy Dutch TNT Express for $4.8bn in bid to expand in Europe
Former European Commission President says Greek government made unrealistic promises.
Shares rise by 8% but we ask what the outcome means for Nigeria's economic prospects.