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Games publishers must "stand-up and condemn" the movement referred to as "GamerGate", says a developer forced to leave her home due to threats.
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Profits and revenues from Baidu, often called "China's Google", miss analysts' profit forecasts.
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The Aussie firms offering unusual job perks and flexible working
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Why Chinese firms are changing their approach to succession
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The Chinese approach to succession in family firms is changing - the BBC looks at why.
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US Federal Reserve announces an end to the quantitative easing stimulus programme begun in 2008.
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to spin off Ferrari and sell a 10% stake in the luxury carmaker on the stock market.
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The government has awarded American firm Maximus the contract to assess the fitness of benefits claimants to work, the BBC understands.
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The Serious Fraud Office is carrying out a criminal investigation into accounting irregularities at supermarket giant Tesco.
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Britain's biggest supermarkets have been having a tough time recently. Their profits have been squeezed by the discounters Aldi and Lidl.
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The US Federal Reserve is expected to announce that it will end its programme of buying financial assets with new money, a policy known as quantitative easing.
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Consumers are warned to be wary of "rip-off" payday middlemen, after the NatWest bank reports that it is receiving hundreds of new complaints every day.
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The FTSE 100 closes higher as investors hope the US Federal Reserve will indicate that it is in no hurry to increase interest rates.
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The Argos website blocks access to some users after "technical issues" that arose following a revamp to the retailer's site.
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The UK's largest airport, Heathrow, reports higher sales and says it expects passenger numbers to grow at a faster rate.
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The number of mortgages being approved has fallen to its lowest level in more than a year, according to the Bank of England.
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Yorkshire Building Society is fined £4.1m for failing to deal properly with customers who were falling behind on mortgage payments.
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The rate at which Britons are becoming insolvent falls to its lowest since before the financial crisis, according to official figures.
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French oil firm Total reports a 2% fall in third quarter profits because of falling oil prices.
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Fashion retailer Next cuts its profit forecast for 2014 after a mild autumn reduces demand for winter clothing.
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A London-based NFL team could be worth more than £100m a year to the UK, according to a new report.
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Housing associations say the right-to-buy scheme in England should be radically reformed.
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Japanese video game giant Nintendo beat market expectations to post an operating profit of 215m yen in the July to September period.
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Air France-KLM has said last month's pilots' strike cost it €416m (£328m) in lost revenues as it reported operating profit fell by more than half in the three months to the end of October.
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Deutsche Bank swings to a loss in the third quarter because of higher legal costs to settle investigations.
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