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Financial leaders from the 20 biggest economies set a goal of generating $2 trillion in additional output over the next five years.
The businesses benefiting from other people's money
Sameer Hashmi reports from a seafood factory which has benefited from increased exports.
Rangers fans groups write to chief executive Graham Wallace expressing concern about proposed borrowings.
Detroit's emergency manager files an $18bn plan to restructure the city's debts in the wake of the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history.
The US Federal Reserve initially failed to grasp the scope of the 2008 crisis, newly released transcripts from during that period show.
BBC economics correspondent Andrew Walker says even if Ukraine's political situation does stabilise, its economic outlook will likely remain profoundly uncertain.
Shares in online voucher company Groupon tumble 19% after the company says quarterly profits will fall because of higher marketing costs.
More than 40 flights are cancelled at Frankfurt airport as airport staff strike over pay.
January's public finances showed a surplus of £4.7bn, according to official figures, less than the surplus recorded a year ago.
S&P downgrades Ukraine, and the country cancels plans to raise $2bn from the sale of eurobonds that it hoped would be bought by Russia.
Caroline Hepker has been finding out how life logging could change the way we see the world - and how the world sees us.
Retail sales in the UK fell in January after the pre-Christmas surge in spending, official figures show, but sales remained stronger than a year earlier.
Memories of Ina McNaught-Davis
As the G20 summit kicks off in Sydney this weekend, meet Tim Harcourt, the Australian economist who spends his life jetting around the world.
US computer giant Hewlett-Packard shows signs of recovery as quarterly revenues fall by less-than-expected and profits rise.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to sell its Australian downstream business to oil trading firm Vitol for $2.6bn (£1.5bn).
Google unveils a prototype smartphone with "customised hardware and software" that enables it to create 3D maps of a user's surroundings.
Brazilian authorities announce a security boost of around 70,000 officers to prevent disruption during the football World Cup starting in June.
Businesses are eager to cash in on the extension of top-level web domain names - hailed as the biggest shake up of the internet since the world wide web.