The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Swiss food giant Nestle says it will be removing all artificial flavours and colours from its chocolate products in the US.
Red lingerie sales are booming in Asia thanks to the Lunar New Year.
Ancient Indonesian remedy Jamu is facing stiff competition from illegal copies. Can it survive?
RBS and NatWest are the first banks to let customers access accounts on smartphones using only fingerprints, but security concerns have been voiced.
Can Lithuania reverse loss of young and talented?
Government owned Japan Post will buy Australia's largest freight and logistics firm Toll Holdings for $5.1bn (£3.3bn), the companies said.
Top chief executives share their tips on how to stay focused at work.
Jon Sopel reports from Midland in West Texas on how the falling oil price is hitting the industry in the United States.
The Daily Telegraph's chief political commentator Peter Oborne resigns, accusing the paper of a "form of fraud on its readers' for its coverage of HSBC and its Swiss tax-dodging scandal.
An ancient Indonesian remedy's struggle with modernity
Greece is set to request a six-month extension of its loan agreement on Wednesday, according to media reports.
A business standing in the way of Spurs' £400m stadium redevelopment has claimed that an invalid compulsory purchase order (CPO) is being used to force it out, the High Court hears.
Tesco names John Allan, deputy chair of Dixons Carphone, as its new chairman after a four month search.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls steps up pressure on George Osborne in a letter over the revelations about HSBC.