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New global rules to prevent banks that are "too big to fail" from being bailed out by taxpayers have been announced.
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A planned fuel tax rise in Australia has provoked debate among drivers. The BBC's Phil Mercer reports from Sydney.
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US retail giant Wal-Mart is at the Apec summit in Beijing, where it sees opportunities for Asia growth. The BBC's Celia Hatton reports.
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Asian shares opened lower on Monday following a lacklustre lead from Wall Street even though US jobs data showed a resilient economy.
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Regulators have approved a long-awaited plan to connect the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges, giving global investors access to mainland markets.
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Business leaders are to urge ministers to offer more free childcare and cut taxes for the low paid at the CBI annual conference later.
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What price fame?
10 Nov 2014 0:06:21
A career on the stage can cost parents a pretty packet
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Triumphing over adversity
10 Nov 2014 0:01:06
How one businesswoman turned a disaster into a triumph
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A crowdfunding project to raise funds for the Formula One team Caterham tops £1m in 48 hours, as hopes grow that a buyer may be found.
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The administrator of the Caterham F1 team says a scheme to raise money though crowdfunding has surpassed £1m.
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President Xi Jinping plays down the risks facing China's economy, at a meeting of business leaders ahead of the Apec summit.
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Ed Miliband to tell business leaders that threats to leave the EU are a danger to the UK's future prosperity.
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Why the triumph of capitalism may not be all it seems
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The little-known fund that can ease the strain
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The world's largest ship fuel supplier, Denmark's OW Bunker, has filed for bankruptcy after alleged fraud, prompting a scramble by ships for fuel.
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US judge Steven Rhodes approves Detroit's plan to exit from bankruptcy, 16 months after the city became the largest ever to go broke.
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Thousands of customers of the leading online travel agent Booking.com are being targeted in a sophisticated fraud.
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Working Lives: Sydney
07 Nov 2014 7:17:35
What is it like to live and work in Australia's biggest city?
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There is "a lot of buzz" about India among global investors, after the country had been "falling off the map", according to Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
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The Islamic trust behind Indian herbal soft drink Rooh Afza has grown at a rate of 20% in the past five years, and plans to expand internationally.
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German train drivers' union says it will cut short its four-day strike and return to work on Saturday, in time for celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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Rangers manager Ally McCoist says the club's board is behind the choice to play on an international weekend.
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The future of the Scottish Open is secured until 2020 after renewed commitments from the sponsor and Scottish Government.
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The Marussia Formula 1 team ceases trading and all staff will be made redundant, administrators FRP have announced.
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The US economy added 214,000 jobs in October, while the unemployment rate has fallen to 5.8%, official figures show.
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