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Nationwide's profits rise 54% to £1bn
Nationwide building society reports a 54% rise in annual pre-tax profit to £1.04bn as it regains its position as the UK's second-largest mortgage lender.

Tobacco firms challenge packaging law
British American Tobacco and Philip Morris file legal challenges against the UK government over plain packaging for cigarettes.

Mazda and Mitsubishi recall more cars
Two more Japanese car giants - Mazda and Mitsubishi - are recalling 630,000 cars to replace faulty airbag inflators made by Takata.

Costa owner appoints female boss
Whitbread, the company that owns Costa Coffee and Premier Inn, is to become the sixth FTSE 100 company with a female chief executive.

HP sells China unit stake for $2.3bn
US tech giant Hewlett-Packard is selling a 51% stake in its Chinese server business for $2.3bn (£1.4bn) to Tsinghua Holdings.

Mexico compensates China rail firm
Mexico will compensate China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) $1.31m (£835,953) for cancelling a $3.75bn high-speed rail contract.

McDonald's faces worker protests
Thousands of workers and union supporters protest outside McDonald's headquarters, as the fast food firm continues to face wage pressure.

Deutsche hit by investor revolt
Deutsche Bank shareholders deliver a strong vote of disapproval on the running of the German financial giant.

Up to 1,600 nuclear power jobs to go
Magnox says it plans to cut up to 1,600 jobs across 12 of its nuclear power sites by September 2016.

Wholesaler to buy Budgens and Londis
Britain's biggest cash-and-carry wholesaler Booker Group is to buy local grocery chains Londis and Budgens for £40m.

Royal Mail reports rise in profits
Royal Mail reports a rise in profits, with cost cuts helping to offset flat revenues.

German train drivers call off strike
Germany's train drivers have agreed to call off their strike and enter mediation with Deutsche Bahn.

How criminal charges became another day at the office for banks
How criminal charges became another day at the office for banks

VIDEO: Net neutrality: Whose side are you on?
What does it mean?

Will algorithms make business boring?
Is the brave new world of AI going to make business boring?

The importance of company logos
From Nike's "swoosh" symbol, to Starbucks' mermaid, firms take great care of their logos, but how much do they really contribute to a company's success?

Will HSBC move back to its first home?
Will HSBC move back to its original home?

Is the US love affair with McDonald's waning?
Why some in the US are losing their love of McDonald's

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