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VW and Daimler face cartel accusations
Supervisory boards at the carmakers call emergency meetings after being accused of breaching EU rules.

Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley wins £15m court case
The offer made during a "drink-fuelled" meeting was "wishful thinking" by Jeffrey Blue, judge says.

Fever-Tree drinks boss makes £29m from shares sale
Co-founder of drinks firm nets £29m after selling stake in firm started in 2004.

Italian bank hit by major data breach
Data from 400,000 accounts belonging to Italy's biggest bank are thought to have been exposed.

Apple faces $506m patent dispute payout
A judge more than doubles an existing fine after Apple fails to abide by the verdict.

ITV hit by advertising slowdown
Broadcaster blames "economic and political uncertainty" for decline in ad spending in first half of year.

Nestle to open Japan factory for exotic Kit Kat demand
It is the first production plant Nestle has opened in the country for 26 years.

Nintendo posts strong profits driven by new console
The company's new console helped return the Japanese gaming giant to profit.

Trump says Apple will build three 'big' new plants in US
President Trump says Apple is planning three new manufacturing plants in the United States.

Electric Mini to be built in Oxford
A fully electric version of the Mini is to be built at the Cowley plant in Oxford, BMW says.

McDonald's sales up on premium hamburgers and cheap drinks
The fast-food company said $1 fizzy drinks and a new burger line boosted sales at established restaurants.

GM profit down but better than expected
The car giant saw net income fall to $2.4bn (£1.8bn), down from $2.8bn a year earlier.

Acacia Mining rejects $190bn Tanzanian tax bill
Gold miner Acacia is hit by Tanzania's demand for unpaid taxes amid a row it calls "unexplainable".

Jimmy Choo bought by Michael Kors in £896m deal
The luxury shoemaker is snapped up by Michael Kors Holdings, three months after it was put up for sale.

Alphabet profits rocked by EU fine
Google parent Alphabet reports revenues rose in the second quarter but profits drop by almost a third.

Microsoft Paint avoids brush with death
The graphics program will remain available on the app store, Microsoft says.

Amazon's Whole Foods deal under scrutiny
Democrats have asked authorities to consider how the deal might affect consumer choice.

Tesco takes on Amazon with same-day delivery across UK
Tesco customers will soon be able to get an evening delivery if they order by lunchtime on the same day.

Rio Tinto facing SFO investigation
Probe is "into suspected corruption in the conduct of business in the Republic of Guinea".

More than 2,500 products subject to shrinkflation, says ONS
Consumers have been paying the same amount for thousands of products that have shrunk in size.

Ryanair warns of airline fares war this summer
The airline says it might cut fares as much as 9% on some routes as competition intensifies.

Paying with Bitcoin? That'll do nicely
Visit the high-end art gallery in London that accepts cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as payment.

Why you should pay in local currency
You should make credit card payments in the local currency when abroad, says the BBC's Simon Gompertz.

'Shrinkflation' has been going on for past five years: ONS
"Shrinkflation" has been going on for five years, says the Office for National Statistics.

Dov Moran: The man behind the memory stick
Israeli inventor Dov Moran talks about the success of the memory stick and the sale of his company M-Systems in 2006.

Student loan debt: Your questions answered
Find out what owing tens of thousands of pounds means for your credit rating, and when to pay back.

Planet Organic founder's well-being tips for bosses
CEO Secrets: Planet Organic founder Renee Elliott shares her well-being tips for bosses.

'Selfridges' of sports?
The retailer says it has "smashed the ball out of the park" in its attempt to move upmarket.

Selling dreams
Why are luxury firms which sell high-end fashion or expensive cars getting involved in the art world?

A High Street star?
The Russian billionaire buying the health food chain said he wanted to invest in future stars of the High Street. Does Holland & Barrett fit the bill?

'There's no judgement'
The new generation of dance workouts aiming to be less formal and more enjoyable.

Mass surveillance
BBC Arabic found the sales included decryption software that could be used against the West.

Food for thought
How popular snack food business Graze was successfully grown by its chief executive Anthony Fletcher.

Taming the giants
Five tech giants increasingly dominate the US and global economies. But what, if anything, should be done about it?

The Islamic State group relies on encrypted messaging app Telegram to spread its message digitally.

Five questions for BA
Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.

Mapping a new frontier
Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.

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