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Prime Minister of Antigua Gaston Browne tells BBC Sport's Joe Wilson the first Test Match between West Indies and England is of ''significant'' benefit to Antigua's economy.
Few art lovers can afford big name art works - but Asia is increasingly discovering the world of the affordable art fair as a way to find that special piece.
The head of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim, says he will work with China's new Asian Infrastructure Bank to help fight poverty.
Asian shares were ending the week mixed after a lacklustre lead from Wall Street following disappointing economic data.
Struggling US toymaker Mattel saw its sales drop for a sixth consecutive quarter as the appeal of its iconic Barbie doll continues to wane.
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The AA has accused fuel retailers of "plundering drivers' pockets" by putting up the price of petrol and diesel disproportionately.
Spanish authorities search the home of office of former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato, over suspected fraud regarding his personal wealth.
Greece would struggle to find creditors outside of the EU and IMF, German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says.
Shares in arts and crafts marketplace Etsy surge 88% in their US market debut, valuing the 10-year-old Brooklyn firm at more than $3.3bn.
Thousands of Network Rail staff are to be balloted on industrial action over a pay dispute, the Rail, Maritime and Transport union says.
UKIP says a £1m donation from Express owner Richard Desmond will help it "significantly" in its election campaign.
Billy Hayes fails in his attempt to be re-elected as general secretary of the Communication Workers Union as he loses to his deputy in a ballot of members.
The CEO of a US credit card firm will take a 90 per cent pay cut so that his staff can receive a pay rise.
Debenhams shares rise as it posts a 4.3% rise in pre-tax profit, bouncing back after a Christmas slump and beating analysts' expectations.
Supermarket giant Morrisons is to axe 720 jobs at its head office in Bradford.