The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Thirteen people plead guilty to disabling Paypal's servers in an attack that US authorities say was orchestrated by hacking collective Anonymous.
A US judge orders former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick to repay the city and tax officials $4.7m (£2.8m) after being found guilty of corruption.
US bank JP Morgan Chase files for a US patent to develop a payment system using "virtual cash", similar to emerging currency Bitcoin.
Chip Wilson, the billionaire founder of yoga clothing brand Lululemon, resigns in the wake of controversial statements over body size.
Five US agencies pass the landmark 'Volcker rule', which is designed to curb banks' riskier trading activities.
Cody Wilson, who made the first 3D printed gun, tells Click about his other projects.
Barcelona are set to decide on plans to expand their Nou Camp stadium or move to a new location.
Edinburgh councillors are considering selling off some of the land at Meadowbank Stadium to redevelop the site.
A stuffed toy wolf stocked by Swedish furniture giant Ikea sells out in in Hong Kong, after it appears to have become an unlikely symbol of protest.
Work to transform the MoD shooting range in Angus into a venue for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games begins.
The gap between imports and exports of goods narrowed in October, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Can the Bank of England prevent new, dangerous bubbles?
Costa Coffee sees total sales rise more than 20% in the third quarter helped by the opening of new outlets of the High Street coffee chain.
Travel company Tui, which owns Thomson and First Choice, sees profits slip thanks to weak French sales and a restructuring in its activity division.
China's industrial output and retail sales rise in November, the latest in a series of signs suggesting a recovery in the world's second largest economy.
China is trying to rebalance its economy by boosting consumer spending, but can it encourage its citizens to save less and spend more?
Do clothes and shiny shoes matter in a job interview?
India's stock markets rally, bucking global trend
A short history of the world's most important central bank
Simon Jack looks around the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, as it turns 100 this month.