Food giant Premier Foods has received millions of pounds from its suppliers in return for the chance to continue working with it, Newsnight learns.
The BBC’s Brian Hungwe reports from Harare, Zimbabwe, on the ups and downs of the diamond business.
A system that allows people to pay in a cheque by taking a photo on their smartphone is being made available to a million more customers.
Average rail fares will rise by 2.2% from 2 January, the rail industry has said, marking the lowest rise for five years.
Mazda has doubled its US recall for potentially faulty Takata air bags to about 87,000 cars.
Japanese shares see their sixth consecutive day of gains on Friday, marking their longest winning streak since August, as the yen also hits records.
The Manchester festival is fined £70,000 after sending a text messages claiming to be from festival-goers’ mums.
A young filmmaker in Singapore is trying to make his own Indian movie. Abbas Akbar even sold his house and set up a business to bankroll the project.
Is economic malaise a threat to Russia’s president?
Where will the ‘sledgehammer’ cuts fall?
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