The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Video game giant EA on tackling its image problem
Apple unveils a new look for its iOS smartphone and tablet operating system and iTunes Radio - a streaming music service - at its developers conference in San Francisco.
Rating agency Standard and Poor's raises its credit outlook for the US economy from negative to stable, as confidence returns.
Coventry City administrator Paul Appleton announces deadline for final offers for the League One club is noon on Thursday.
Microsoft has announced the global launch date and price for its new Xbox One console at the start of the E3 games expo in Los Angeles.
The Vue cinema chain has been sold by private equity firm Doughty Hanson to Canadian investors for £935m.
Stephane Richard, the boss of telecoms firm France Telecom-Orange, is being held in custody for questioning in a corruption case.
Mulberry's shares have closed 8% lower after the luxury brand said its creative director of six years Emma Hill was leaving.
Hundreds of jobs will be created in south Essex as Marks and Spencer announces plans to build a distribution centre.
Greek stocks have plunged almost 5% after the government said it had not received any bids for natural gas firm Depa, marking a setback to its privatisation programme.
Swedish train operator Arriva lifts a ban on its drivers wearing shorts, after a group of male drivers began wearing skirts in protest.
The founder of a multi-million pound global business has won a top international business award.
Thames Water, the UK's biggest water firm, paid no corporation tax this financial year despite making £145m in pre-tax profit.
The International Energy Agency offers short-term solutions to keep climate change below a "danger threshold".
A new system of payments replacing the Disability Living Allowance, which will see hundreds of thousands lose their benefits, takes effect across Britain.
Mixed data from the eurozone suggests the French economy picked up in April, while Italy's decline has deepened.
An industry-run service to prevent unsolicited marketing calls is not working, according to a survey by the consumer group Which?
A students' union wants a ban on payday lenders advertising on campuses, but the industry says this will do nothing to stop rogue operators.
Dave Lee forward to the annual E3 computer games trade fair, which opens on Tuesday.
A leading think-tank is recommending that all UK taxpayers should be given the chance to buy discounted shares in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking group without having to pay anything up front. Robert Peston provides analysis.