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Northern Ireland's biggest employer, Moy Park, changes ownership in a deal worth £900m between two Brazilian firms.
Some £23.6m has been lost in a year to a phone scam that encourages people to transfer money to a fraudster's account.
Thorntons shares have leapt 42% after an offer to buy the company from Italian chocolate maker Ferrero Rocher.
As European leaders gather for an emergency summit in Brussels that could break the deadlock around the Greece's debt crisis, what affect might it have on your holiday?
Asian shares trade higher with investors hopeful that European leaders were on track to reach a deal over Greece's debt crisis.
People in Greece's second largest city have taken to yoga in order to try and relieve the stress caused by the country's economic crisis.
Greece faces a crucial 24 hours, as an emergency EU summit in Brussels tries to break the deadlock on the country's debt crisis.
One of the world's largest cruise ship's sails in to Hong Kong, highlighting the island's importance as a hub for the industry.
A business lobby group reports a strong improvement in small business confidence, suggesting the sector will grow this year.
Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki is a sweet deal for sponsors
If Greece went, would financial markets look for other targets?
How doing homework for friends inspired a global translation firm
Simon Lee, the boss and founder of online translation service Flitto, looks back on how he got the idea to set up the business.
The head of Greece's biggest bank has said she hopes "sanity will prevail" and that a deal will be agreed at emergency talks on Monday on the country's debt crisis.
The head of Greece's biggest bank tells the BBC it would be "insane" for Athens and the EU not to reach a deal at crunch talks.