The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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A London start-up hacks Google Glass so it can be controlled by a person's brainwaves.
HM Revenue and Customs loses its appeal over Rangers use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs) - the so-called "Big Tax Case".
The Federal Reserve plans to end its stimulus programme in October if US economic growth continues at its current pace, meeting minutes released on Wednesday reveal.
Sainsbury's former chief executive Justin King tells the BBC that the company is against relaxing Sunday trading rules.
US teens trail Chinese in financial literacy test
Reforms to Mexico's telecoms market are forcing a break-up of Carlos Slim's America Movil empire.
Public sector workers in Greece hold a 24-hour strike in protest at continuing spending cuts, with hospitals, prisons and tax offices affected.
Luxury carmaker Bentley says it is on course for record sales in 2014 after a 23% increase in deliveries in the first half of the year.
The president of the Vatican bank is to be replaced by a French financier as part of extensive reforms to the Church's central government.
Some of the biggest names in business, sport and entertainment will face extra tax demands, when HMRC gets new powers later this month.
US plane maker Boeing and Emirates Airline finalise a $56bn deal for 150 new 777X mini-jumbo jets.
Potato salad Kickstarter stokes internet ire.
Hopes are incredibly high for India's new government.
Numerous world leaders are travelling to Asia to help kick-start trade and investment.
Talking to the chieftain about sexism
Turkish restaurateur Defne Ertan Tuysuzoglu reveals her recipe for succeeding as a woman in Turkey's male-dominated business world.
The 'appalling' sedan that people waited eight years to buy
The UK's export finance body is to provide a £1bn line of credit for investment in Indian infrastructure, UK Chancellor George Osborne says.
Nike is ending a 13-year deal to manufacture Manchester United's football kit, saying the terms "did not represent good value".
A Fifa partner firm defends its chief executive after his arrest by Brazilian police investigating the illegal sale of World Cup tickets.