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The US retailer bows to anger over how much tax it pays in Europe.
Africa's biggest economy has been hit by a lengthy row over fuel subsidies.
EU summit in Riga, technology and Jewish religious law,making money out of Eurovision
EU summit in Riga, technology and Jewish religious law, making money out of Eurovision
McDonald's wage protests, Inequality gap widens, Religious tensions in Haifa, Israel
McDonald's workers in pay protest, inequality at 30-year high, Israel's heavy industry
Six global banks are fined billions in a scandal over rigging foreign exchange rates
US authorities hit China with trade spying arrests, UK deflation worry, capping bank pay
The UK economy slips into deflation for the first time in more than 50 years.
Fracking ban in northern Texas; Qatar World Cup migrant workers; Will the UK leave EU?
US state is poised to pass a bill which would prevent cities from imposing fracking bans.
SEC probes false Avon bid; Brazil fights Dengue fever.
The OECD leads a G20 strategy to make firms pay tax in countries where revenue is earned
The European Commission blueprint includes a controversial plan for national quotas.
The Anglo-Dutch oil giant has won approval from the US to explore for oil in the region.
Finance Minister Joe Hockey promises to pursue profit-diverting multinationals.
Markets cheer a surprise Conservative victory, but will it lead to the UK leaving the EU?
Why the cost of crude oil has jumped 50% this year
We'll hear if it means yet another EU challenge to the dominance of US firms like Google.
We hear from businesses in Greece and Italy about their hopes and fears.
We hear from businesses in Greece and Italy about their hopes and fears
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reacts to criticism of his free mobile data scheme.
Tesla's Elon Musk unveils a power storage unit that provides electricity during blackouts