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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.
Russian state accounts frozen by Belgium in a move condemned by Moscow have been unblocked, Belgium's foreign minister says
Italian prosecutors want to indict the Bank of China's Milan branch and almost 300 people over a money-laundering scheme.
The UK government announces funding for three new research projects which it says could "revolutionise" Scottish berry production.
Tens of thousands of people take part in anti-austerity demonstrations in cities across the UK.
A Greek minister says new proposals will be put to creditors to "get closer to a solution" ahead of a crisis summit on Monday.
The claimant count loses its National Statistic designation
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says a solution to Greece's debt crisis must be agreed before Monday's emergency EU summit.
Russia protests to Belgium over its seizure of Russian state assets, after a court ordered compensation for shareholders in the now-defunct Yukos oil firm.
A designer in Derbyshire says he has found a new and dramatically more efficient way of making furniture.
Fears are growing over the health of Greek banks after indications that savers have withdrawn billions of euros in the past week.
US regulators propose new plans to reduce emissions from lorries and vans by 24% by 2027 as part of President Obama's drive to cut pollution.