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Asia Pacific stock markets are mostly higher, with investors shrugging off disappointing economic data released by China over the weekend.
The poorest and most vulnerable people in the UK would be hit hardest by the economic consequences of leaving the EU, David Cameron warns.
Singapore is working with Airbus to find business uses for drones, such as delivering parcels.
The teenage internet boss who sparked a media storm
Legendary investor Warren Buffett backs a consortium bidding for Yahoo's core internet assets, according to reports.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney defends his warning that a vote to leave the EU could hit the economy, saying he has a duty to be "straight" with the public.
The Venezuelan president threatens the seizure of factories that have stopped production as opposition protesters press for his removal.
The man who bought the business from Sir Philip Green has said that the retailer could have been saved, if his plans had been given more time.
A new building complex in north London is offering a new kind of accommodation, mixing small private space with generous communal areas.
The man behind the takeover of BHS, Dominic Chappell, says his plan to revitalise the retailer "could have worked".
Why Berlin is banning holiday flats
A government loan repayment calculator, used by millions of students, is to be overhauled amid criticism of its calculations.
Landlords who scrambled to buy homes earlier this year are beginning to rent them out, providing tenants with a flood of properties, research suggests.
US shares closed down despite a positive set of official retail sales figures.