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A court in New Zealand fines diary giant Fonterra $256,675 after the firm admitted to four food-safety violations during a 2013 botulism scare.
Will QE in the eurozone continue the era of cheap money?
Google-owned Nest halts sales of its Nest Protect smoke alarm after the firm found that users could accidentally disable the device by waving their arms.
Iranians unhappy as subsidy cuts bring rise in cost of living
The White House criticises Samsung for promoting a "selfie" photo taken by Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz with President Barack Obama.
How Nigeria will suddenly become Africa's biggest economy
A growing number of small businesses are using cloud-based services to give them low overheads, flexible working, and access to global markets.
The investors flocking to cash in on cannabis stocks
Seven players from Football League clubs in north-west England have been arrested in connection with alleged spot-fixing, the National Crime Agency says.