The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Saab will restart production on Monday as the firm's new owners look to get the carmaker back on track, two years after it went bankrupt.
Will e-publishing help Africa discover joy of reading?
A class action suit filed by 38,000 people against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), one of Australia's big four banks, will begin on Monday.
What the US used for money before the dollar
A profile of Danish software entrepreneur and multimillionaire Tommy Ahlers who says he was born to be a leader.
Owner Assem Allam tells fans they "can die as soon as they want" after protests about his plans to change Hull's name.
Lidl, the German discount supermarket chain, is planning to double the number of its stores in the UK, its managing director tells a newspaper.
Charlton Athletic supporters succeed in their attempt to have The Valley listed as an Asset of Community Value.
In Ethiopia the government has recently announced major deals that should massively increase the amount of electricity generated from renewable resources.
A rush by some retailers to copy a US-style Black Friday boosts sales, but leads to a fight in one Asda shop, and an arrest at another, as customers seek the best discounted deals.
Hearts fans may be asked for funds if the club runs out of money before the end of the season.
Higher domestic energy prices hinder economic recovery
If you are bald and lost - then the 'SmartWig' could be just the thing for you.
Paignton's Victorian seaside pier with its arcade and ice cream and sweet shops is up for sale with an asking price of nearly £2m.
How is Dubai's first skyscraper coping with competition from newer, flashier towers? Howard Johnson reports.
The eurozone's unemployment rate has fallen for the first time since early 2011, according to official data, while consumer inflation has risen slightly.
India's economic growth rate rises strongly in the July-to-September period, according to latest official figures.
With many African economies booming suddenly it's seems that everyone has more cash to spend.
The economic outlook for Spain is improving, says ratings agency Standard and Poor's, but it downgrades its rating for the Netherlands.