The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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How Indian businesswoman Pooja Dhingra went from dropping out of law school to creating a popular chain of macaron shops in Mumbai.
Pooja Dhingra tells her own story of abandoning a law degree and founding a macaroon empire in Mumbai.
Labour would "crack down" on tax evasion which the Conservatives have "turned a blind eye" to, Shadow chancellor Ed Balls says.
Steve Wozniak talks to the BBC about the future of the watch, and shows off his very own unique timepiece.
The Shadow Chancellor has said a Labour government would crack down on tax evasion and "toughen the law" so that HM Revenue & Customs has the resources to collect monies owed.
Billionaire Michele Ferrero, whose global chocolate empire made him Italy's richest man, has died aged 89.
HSBC has published an apology in several Sunday newspapers following allegations that its Swiss private bank helped clients evade tax.
The discovery of almonds in three products not advertised as containing nuts prompts a wider investigation by the Food Standards Agency.
A review of HM Revenue and Customs' approach to tax evasion and avoidance will report by July if Labour comes to power, Ed Miliband says.
Ex-HSBC head Lord Green steps down from a leading financial services body, amid claims HSBC may have enabled tax avoidance when he was in charge.