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More light is shed on Apple's labyrinthine tax affairs.
America's biggest healthcare retailer joins the list of companies stopping You Tube advertising as the row over lack of scrutiny of controversial content continues.
Royal Bank of Scotland - the subject of the world's biggest bank rescue - has announced losses of 6.96 billion pounds (8.2 billion euros) for 2016.
How did a economic giant that accounts for a fifth of South Korea's GDP get into the position where its top boss was arrested accused of corruption?
Trump has met the heads of GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler pushing them to make more vehicles in the United States and create more American jobs.
UK telecoms firm BT has cut its revenue, earnings and cash flow forecasts due to a worse than thought accounting scandal at its Italian business.
British low-cost airline easyJet warns the weaker pound and pricier fuel will reduce its profits more than expected this year.
China is trying for more balanced economic growth and to avoid asset bubbles by ensuring companies don't build up too much debt.
Foods behemoth Nestle has says its hollowed out sugar molecule can cut sugar content in products by 40%, promises sales by 2018.
Saudi Arabia and Japan's SoftBank are to team up to launch a huge technology investment fund to back cutting edge innovations.
New chief executive Marco Morelli has taken over at struggling Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena which has to raise five billion euros to survive.
Bayer's quest to become the world's largest producer of seeds and pesticides has led it to raise the price it is willing to pay for US firm Monsanto to more than $65 billion.
World's largest maker of heavy machinery begins consultation process that could lead to closure of plant in Charleroi.
Even as Airbus caught up with Boeing for orders for the first half of this year, combined orders for the world's two dominant planemakers fell 17 percent from the same period last year.
In this edition of Business Line we will tell you all you need to know about the phenomenon that is Pokemon GO.
Despite the popularity of Pokemon GO Nintendo has announced an operating loss for the period from April to June.
Consumer goods giant Unilever has reported better then expected Q2 sales. Swiss drugmaker Roche also beat market expectations.
Confusion over the launch of Pokemon GO in Japan has gamers angry and investors selling the shares of Nintendo.
The US tax authorities say Facebook may have unfairly cut its tax bill by understating by "billions of dollars" the value of intellectual property it transferred to Ireland in 2010.
Finance minister George Osborne plans to cut UK business tax to less than 15 percent to try to cushion the effects of Brexit.