BBC News - Business
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Aviva Investors says it will vote against Unilever's plan to move its headquarters to the Netherlands.
Marc Benioff becomes the latest tech entrepreneur to buy a media title with the $190m purchase.
TimeOut boss Julio Bruno says he is not a chief executive officer but a "chief servant officer".
Jamie Beaton and Sharndre Kushor, founders of popular online tutoring business Crimson Education, say their young age can confuse people.
The BCC lowers its UK growth forecasts, and says Brexit uncertainty is harming the economy.
The practice is particularly "pronounced in China", according to the Wall Street Journal.
The sportswear chain says reports it wants Debenhams to collapse are "irresponsible and incorrect".
Bristol Airport says a "ransomware"-style attack prompted it to take screens offline for two days.
The fund could be built up through wealth taxes and the sale of assets, leader Sir Vince Cable says.
Ex-steelworkers thought they had won 90% of their money - but claim some are only getting half.
The Extreme Dwarfanators Wrestling event was likened to "a Victorian spectacle" by critics.
The Amazon founder has pledged to donate $2bn, but critics say he should pay Amazon workers more instead.
A Spanish-speaking Taco Bell employee was fired for refusing to serve an English speaker in Florida.
The government inquiry comes after the East Coast Mainline was brought back under its control this year.
Ten years ago the global economy almost collapsed, but what happened next and what might cause another global economic crisis?
Authorities in the Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory, are failing to help UK investigators.
Money lenders say people will borrow even more from families as firms cut lending after Wonga's collapse.
The BBC talked to people involved about their memories of the bank's collapse on 15 September 2008.
US President Donald Trump reportedly tells staff to move ahead with tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese goods.
The ringleader of a scam designed to con 170 investors out of £2.8m has been sent to prison.