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Swedish furniture and home accessories giant IKEA has opened its first store in India. It's located in the southern city of Hyderabad.
Rents could rise by 15% over the next five years as the supply of new rental properties dries up.
The US is the only industrialised nation with no paid leave for parents with a new child. How does it compare?
Ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter fell ill after being poisoned by a nerve agent in the UK.
The firm's revenue rises more than 17% to $7.9bn (£6.1bn) in the fourth quarter.
The DIY chain's new owners will announce plans that could threaten up to 1,500 jobs.
The carmaker's board met several times to discuss Elon Musk's proposal to take Tesla private.
China is to start imposing 25% import duties on $16bn worth of US goods.
The social network reports three million fewer people are using its app on a daily basis.
Sterling touches a near-one year low against the dollar as worries about a no-deal Brexit continue.
The firm raises prices for the second time this year, saying wholesale costs have risen rapidly.
The company said that restrictions on betting stakes will not have a major impact on its strategy.
The campaign promising a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity had a mixed reaction on Chinese social media.
Our main measure for the economy is GDP, and it includes the illegal drugs trade.
More than nine months after they stopped being legal tender, about 169m round £1 coins are outstanding.
Tuna, a Chihuahua-Dachshund mix, has 1.9 million followers on Instagram.
As England and India players prepare for the second Test at Lord's there is a wrangle rumbling away not far from their feet.
The advertising watchdog found the firms breached rules about fat, sugar and salt content.
Duties on $16bn in Chinese imports will come into effect on 23 August.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal has invested $250m (£194m) in the social messaging service.