The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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The company bringing artists and galleries together
The online firm that is bringing private art collections into the world's public galleries.
Argentina returns to the international borrowing markets with a sale of sovereign bonds that ends 15 years of exile since its 2001 default.
How pooling patient data could help combat cancer
Former workers of a Fife paper firm are awarded £1.5m in compensation after they were made redundant with just one day's notice.
Netflix shares fall more than 9% in after-hours trading on Wall Street after the video streaming company predicts slower subscriber growth.
The interests of farmers in England and Wales are best served by remaining in the European Union, the National Farmers' Union declares.
A meeting of 30 nations to discuss the global steel crisis ended without a deal, but UK Business Secretary Sajid Javid says China has vowed to reduce the amount of steel it makes.
A US appeals court backs a $1bn settlement between the National Football League and retired players who suffered brain damage.
The damage to the UK economy of an EU exit would cost an average £4,300 per household, says the chancellor - but Leave campaigners call the claim "completely absurd".
David Bernstein and Lord King resign from the Aston Villa board two days after the club's relegation.