The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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China's largest Twitter-like service Sina Weibo unveils plans to sell shares to raise $500m (£300m) on the US stock market.
A US regulator sues 16 banks - including some of the world's largest - for allegedly manipulating the London interbank offered rate (Libor).
The co-founder of frozen yogurt chain Pinkberry is sentenced to seven years in prison for beating a homeless man in Los Angeles with a tyre iron.
Kilmarnock announce a deal that will help clear the club's £9.4m debt and result in chairman Michael Johnston standing down.
Research links faulty airbags in two of the six models recalled by GM to 303 deaths, but the carmaker calls the report's findings "speculation".
Lord Myners' review of the Co-operative Group has found it spent too much time on takeover deals that proved "breathtakingly value-destructive".
Traders at Swiss bank UBS made around 100 attempts to rig Hong Kong's interbank lending market, financial regulators have said.
Shares in China's CITIC were suspended after 7% decline on reports that the Chinese central bank is clamping down on mobile phone payment systems.
A report into the impact of a new supermarket in Bristol was not properly considered by council planners, a judicial review hears.
The US lifts a ban on oil giant BP that prevented it from bidding for US government contracts.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says he has called President Barack Obama to "express frustration" over US digital surveillance.
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McDonald's workers in three US states - New York, California and Michigan - filed cases against the firm alleging it is "stealing" wages.
The US bans imports from a unit of India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, one of the country's biggest drugmakers.
A German court finds Bayern Munich football boss Uli Hoeness guilt of tax evasion, sentencing him to to three years and six months in jail.
Gas tycoon Dmytro Firtash, one of the Ukraine's richest men, is arrested in the Austrian capital, Vienna, over US corruption allegations.
Supermarket Morrisons posts annual losses of £176m, sparking fears of a price war as it announces price cuts and lower profits to come.
US retail sales rose for the first time in two months in February, official figures show, after the country suffered its third coldest winter on record.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell says it has laid "firm foundations for the future" after "disappointing financial results" in 2013.