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IMF boss Christine Lagarde said state-backed digital currencies could make transactions safer and cheaper.
Rising protectionism could threaten exports and the growth outlook for the world's third largest economy.
Bridal store Berketex Bride's collapse has left hundreds of women without an outfit for their big day.
The winner of a big education prize grew up thinking poor families like his could not go to university.
What is driving the rapid growth in self-storage across the UK?
The Advertising Association says firms will spend £6.4bn on seasonal advertising this Christmas.
Italy's cabinet sticks to its big-spending budget plan despite a threat of fines from Brussels.
The regional airline is expected to say that its board is exploring a sale or a merger with a rival.
The Pink Legacy diamond sold for 50.3 million Swiss Francs ($50m), a world record price per carat.
Wombaroo develops species-specific formulas to feed injured and orphaned wildlife.
The company, under pressure to curb its popularity with teenagers, is temporarily stopping retail sales.
The latest falls come after oil cartel Opec reduces its forecast for global oil demand next year.
Energy regulator Ofgem is accused of mismanagement by a whistleblower.
The music streaming powerhouse hopes to tap into the region's millions of digitally-connected consumers.
Analysts have warned the rally could be short lived if a deal isn't agreed by the cabinet.
Susanna Dinnage is named as the new chief executive of the Premier League, replacing Richard Scudamore.
More firms are stockpiling as concerns about shortages of food, medicines, car parts and much else increase.
The UK's big cities will be the first to get the futuristic mobile technology, says mobile operator.
The bridal store has ceased trading and closed down all 14 of its outlets.
The online giant plans major new campuses in New York and next to the Pentagon near Washington DC.