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A group of American games developers have made a video game inspired by the experience of making flat-pack furniture from furniture giant Ikea.
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The long-running takeover battle for the French holiday company, Club Med, has finally come to an end with Chinese conglomerate Fosun taking control.
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There is hope for a deal on Greek debt with the Eurozone by next Monday after "very good discussions", says Greece's finance minister.
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Electric car maker Tesla reports a fourth-quarter loss of $108m (£71m), compared to a loss of just $16m during the same period a year ago, as investments ramp up and China sales disappoint.
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An explosion on an offshore oil and gas platform operated by Brazil's Petrobras kills at least three workers.
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Why bicycles are making a comeback in Taiwan
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HM Revenue & Customs rejects the idea that it failed to take firm action against UK citizens hiding money in HSBC bank accounts in Switzerland.
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Profits at Time Warner beat estimates as subscription fees for its cable channel HBO offset a dip in advertising sales.
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Shares in consumer goods group Reckitt Benckiser jump after its results, while Sky and BT have mixed fortunes following the latest Premier League TV rights auction.
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Sky shares open down more than 4% after it agrees to pay £4.1bn to show live Premier League football between 2016 and 2019.
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Lower oil prices will fail to give a "significant boost" to global growth in the next two years, according to a report by Moody's.
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The Greek government wins a vote of confidence in the country's parliament, as Alexis Tsipras continues his campaign to renegotiate the terms of the country's bailout.
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The boss of HM Revenue & Customs will appear before a panel of MPs later on Wednesday and will face questions about its role in the HSBC tax evasion row.
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Shanghai is China's first major city to abandon GDP targets - a move that's being seen as a bid to focus on economic quality rather than quantity.
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Its boom time for the beauty industry in countries such as South Korea and Thailand, but how safe are the local operators?
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Is it worth paying $50,000 a year for a US degree?
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Many oil and gas firms will need to transform the way they operate in order to grasp future opportunities in the sector, according to a report.
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Asian markets open amid thin trading on Wednesday as investors remain cautious ahead of euro zone meetings over Greece.
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Do interpreting apps actually work?
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Universities test possibility of going back in time
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Unions show new life in the US South
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Driverless cars could soon be a permanent feature of British roads.
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The mother-of-nine pushing for boardroom equality
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Why are women still so rare at the top levels of businesses?
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Lord Sugar compares the Premier League's new £5.1bn TV deal to prune juice, saying it will "go in one end and out the other".
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