The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Teachers around the world say they feel undervalued
The UK's second largest private hospital chain, Spire Healthcare, announces plans to list on the London Stock Exchange in a float estimated to value the group at about £1bn.
Beware the Carney premium
Greece slowly emerges from bailout crisis
Should humans fear the intelligent robots of the future?
A profile of Yo! Sushi founder Simon Woodroffe and how he successfully battled depression to launch the restaurant group.
A New York court fines a former UK-based Credit Suisse trader for his role in artificially inflating bond prices.
Passengers are facing delays on the first day of an air traffic controllers' strike in France in protest against budget cuts.
Shares in cosmetics firm Elizabeth Arden sink on Wall Street after the company says it is selling its weakest brands.
A security firm reports finding evidence of Trojan malware being used to steal money from 190 customers of a major European bank.
France has agreed to sell a stake of at least 3.1% in gas utility GDF Suez to help finance the purchase of a share in engineering group Alstom.
Sales of new US homes surged to a six-year high in May suggesting the housing market is recovering from its recent slowdown.
Union leaders have signed a wage deal with South Africa's biggest platinum mining companies, ending the nation's longest-running strike.
Japan has unveiled plans to cut the country's corporate tax to below 30% in several stages over the next few years, as part of the prime minister's plan to revive the economy.
UK home sales hit their highest level of the year in May but a banking group says the "heat is coming out of the housing market".
Japan's Abe fires his third economic arrow
Why Juncker appointment is a battle for the EU's soul
Abu Dhabi United Group, which owns Manchester City football club, will invest in a £1bn plan by Manchester City Council to build new homes.
India's new government will present its first federal budget on 10 July, media reports quoting officials say.
Google unveils plans for its own domain name registration service that will allow consumers "to search, find, purchase and transfer" domain names.