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Franco-Dutch airline group Air France-KLM shares fall over 5% on Tuesday after it issues a profit warning.
A Chinese company says it will sue the producers of the latest Transformers film for breach of contract, according to state media.
Investors' patience is being tested by its online re-launch.
Can Britain's new memorial to Gandhi usher in a new era?
Carrefour, one the world's largest retail chains, is shutting its India business less than four years after it opened its first store in the country.
As Samsung forecasts a 25% drop in profit, the BBC's Puneet Pal Singh looks at the challenges facing the company.
Samsung Electronics forecasts a 25% drop in profit for the April-to-June quarter due to a slowdown in the smartphone market and a strong Korean currency.
Why India's railways need to modernise
Will India's first budget from new PM set sparks flying?
Digital technologies, such as tablets, e-learning programs and social networking, are helping to meet Africa's chronic education challenges.
Mette Lykke and her two co-founders gave up prestigious jobs at McKinsey to go it alone and set up fitness app Endomondo. She explains how and why she did it.
Heathrow and Manchester airports tell travellers to the US they must charge any electronic devices carried as hand luggage ahead of checks.
Eurostar passengers face further cancellations on Tuesday after a train broke down in the Channel Tunnel.
A Eurotunnel train stops in the Channel Tunnel because of a power fault, leaving hundreds of passengers needing to be evacuated from the train and causing lengthy delays.
Mobile car hire service Uber temporarily cuts the price of its cheapest service, UberX, to match that of New York City's yellow taxis, following similar moves in San Francisco and Boston.
Car manufacturer Vauxhall announces the creation of 550 new jobs at two factories.
Endomondo chief executive Mette Lykke explains how she has turned the firm into a profitable business in seven years.
Britain's Chancellor George Osborne and Foreign Secretary William Hague begin a two-day trip to India looking to open up opportunities for UK firms.
The White House vows to work with Germany to resolve the row over a German reportedly arrested for being a US spy.
GFH Capital denies the existence of a dossier of allegations supposedly compiled by former Leeds United managing director David Haigh, who is being held in Dubai on fraud charges.