The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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A 19-year-old Canadian citizen is charged with hacking into the Canada Revenue Agency's website, becoming the first arrest in relation to the Heartbleed security breach.
Ukio Bankas creditors approve the sale of its shares in Hearts, who can now begin their move out of administration.
Coca-Cola shares lead the Dow Jones higher after the drinks company's first quarter revenues beat expectations.
Starbucks is to move its European head office to London by the end of the year, meaning it will pay more tax in the UK, the company says.
Bank of America reports a $276m first-quarter loss, after taking into account a $6bn charge for mortgage-related legal matters.
Communities in sub-Saharan Africa are being "hurt" by high fees charged by money transfer operators, charity Comic Relief says.
Premier League players at Manchester City are the best paid in global sport, according to a new study.
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Swiss bank Credit Suisse has found nothing "materially untoward" in how it trades foreign currencies, finance officer David Mathers has said.
UK supermarket giant Tesco announces a 6% fall in annual group trading profit to £3.3bn, the second year that profits have fallen.
Biz Stone discusses his new social app Jelly which he hopes will encourage people to help each other out.
China's economy expanded by 7.4% in the first quarter of the year, better than expected but down from 7.7% at the end of 2013.
The US tells China its currency must be allowed to rise if its own and the rest of the world's economy are to see stable growth.
The mayor of the abandoned hamlet of A Barca in north-west Spain is offering to give it away for free to someone who will develop the area and provide employment.
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Shares in the struggling internet search giant Yahoo surge 9%, despite first-quarter profits falling 20%.
The amount of fizzy drinks Coca-Cola sells worldwide falls for the first time in 15 years, but still drinks sales are up by 8%.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond predicts that a vote for Scottish independence would put defence jobs at risk.