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Argentina's Congress passes a bill designed to defy a US court ruling that pushed the country into default in July
RBS confirms it will relocate its registered headquarters to London if Scotland votes for independence next week, but says it has no intention to move jobs or operations.
US electronics retailer RadioShack says that it is in talks to restructure the firm but warns that if an investment is not secured soon, it could be forced to declare bankruptcy.
How important is the financial sector to Scotland's economy?
Tottenham Hotspur's owners deny press speculation of a takeover amid delays over the construction of their new stadium.
The chief executive of the Italian oil and natural gas company ENI is under investigation over possible international corruption charges.
Russia's gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 45%, Poland's state gas firm PGNiG says, amid tensions over Ukraine.
The European Court of Justice upholds a ruling that fees charged by Mastercard were too high and anti-competitive.
How Liverpool FC’s attention to detail pays off
China's consumer inflation rate rises 2% in August from a year earlier, below the government's target of 3.5% and marking a four-month low.
Australia's largest department store group, Myer, reports a fall in its annual profits for the fourth consecutive year.
The women ending male dominance of Nigeria's oil industry
Choosing where to locate your business is a vital decision for any new start-up, as business reporter Perry King reports from Canada.
The question of which currency an independent Scotland would use has dominated the campaign. Newsnight's economics correspondent Duncan Weldon investigates the options.
Three Google workers recall living for months at a time at the firm's headquarters in California taking advantage of the perks it offers.
Ana Botin is appointed the new chair of the Spanish banking giant Santander, following the death of her father, Emilio Botin.
Manchester United predicts profit and revenue to fall as a result of its failure to qualify for Champions League.
The UK and France get powerful jobs in the new European Commission, overseeing financial services and economic policy respectively.
Reports suggest that the Swedish studio behind video game blockbuster Minecraft is on the verge of being acquired by Microsoft.
The UN's general assembly has called for a new international system to help countries resolve debt crises