AstraZeneca claims £55-per-share bid undervalues the company and carries a 'big execution risk'
Apple introduces new warnings after children run up bills of thousands of pounds
Job losses announced as Barclays reveals disappointing pre-tax profits of £5.2bn in 2013
Opting for scientists and engineers is a growing trend in the world of tech, says David Henderson
As Facebook celebrates its tenth birthday, questions are being asked: will it continue to soar – or fall by the wayside?
While the government prepares to begin selling taxpayers' stake in Lloyds, RBS faces a long wait
Arch rivals like Coca-Cola and Pepsi suddenly find their ad agencies are owned by the same company
Good iPhone sales offer comfort to investors as Apple shares rise in after-hours trading
British-based company used complex techniques to pay only £1m corporation tax on £305m profit
A new report says rival smartphones are damaging Apple's iPhone sales
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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