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Sales of vegetables are growing in the UK, leading some supermarkets to experiment with their offering.
Mobile phone giant Vodafone has made hundreds of changes to its computer systems following a flood of complaints about bills.
Manufacturers of dangerous tumble dryers should recall them immediately after figures revealed firefighters are attending three blazes a day caused by the appliances.
Switzerland is contemplating the introduction of quotas on immigration from the EU, after its people voted by a narrow margin in favour of limits in a referendum in 2014.
There's plenty of talk about whether a vote to leave or a vote to remain in the EU will affect the value of sterling, which makes it harder than ever to decide when to nip down to the money exchange.
Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state declares a financial emergency, citing a tax shortfall, less than 50 days before the start of the Olympics.
Residents in a seaside village in County Cork have joined forces to turn an old Post Office into a village store - after going a year with no shop at all.
The FTSE 100 moves back above the 6,000 level, with shares in banks leading the way.
Beijing's Intellectual Property Office has ruled against Apple in a patent dispute brought by a Chinese handset maker.
The BBC's Matthew Davies looks at the potential impact of the UK's EU referendum result on its trade with South Africa.
The British bank agrees a $1.6bn settlement to end a 14-year lawsuit by Household International shareholders.
The producers of Oscar-nominated film The Wolf of Wall Street face a $25m (£15m) legal action from a former stockbroker who alleges he is depicted as a "depraved" drug-fuelled criminal.
The company which first introduced American women to eye make-up and makeovers, is being sold to hair care and cosmetics giant, Revlon.
Despite Robert Pouget's French heritage and his European business, he wants the UK to vote to leave the European Union.
Managing director of Delamere Dairy, Ed Salt, is concerned about the loss of subsidies if the UK votes to leave the EU.
Import VAT on artworks from outside Europe is putting collectors off selling in London, argues gallery owner Guy Sainty.
The founder of Imara Couture, Mariama Mulamba Bah, fears import tariffs will hit her business if the UK leaves the EU.
A fresh tranche of money for debt ridden Greece is approved by the eurozone's bailout fund.
UK sports fashion retailer JD Sports has said it has received a sales boost from the Euro 2016 football tournament in recent weeks.
Colm O'Regan takes a look at the up-and-coming Chinese brands that may soon become household names.