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Opposition parties want PM Narendra Modi to resign over a multi-billion dollar fighter jet deal.
Samsung has set up the world's largest phone factory in the Indian city of Noida.
Will we rent clothes in future instead of buying them? Some say the idea is set to go mainstream.
Immersive themed bars and pubs offering consumers experiences are on the rise in the UK.
At a new Harry Potter-inspired cocktail bar, groups of friends are wrapped in cloaks, waving wands and sipping potions out of smouldering cauldrons.
Nike, which has seen its sales momentum grow in recent months, says revenue rose by 10% in the most recent quarter.
One of Europe's biggest banks, Banco Santander, has poached the head of investment banking at UBS to be its next chief executive.
Could the Canada-EU trade deal be a model for the UK's relationship with the EU after Brexit?
Qualcomm's complaint is the latest clash between the two global technology giants.
Luis Caputo resigns just three months after being appointed, sparking further falls in the peso.
Unions say Ryanair faces its biggest day of industrial action as they fight for better conditions.
The controversial lifestyle brand founded by the actress opens a pop-up store in west London.
The football club says earnings were boosted by money from TV rights - with more expected next year.
Chief executive Sergio Bucher says he is convinced the chain has a future as he unveils a new look store.
Versace fans take to social media to bemoan the takeover of the Italian firm by Michael Kors.
Beijing-based hotpot restaurant chain Haidilao plans to use the money raised to continue its rapid growth.
Pharmaceutical firm Novartis is to shut its Grimsby factory as part of a "global transformation".
Kevin Systrom said he and Mike Krieger wanted to "explore our curiosity and creativity".
The retailer raises its full-year profit forecast but still remains "cautious" about the outlook.
The department store chain will open a new branch on Thursday as it tries to revive its fortunes on the High Street.