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The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
  1. Goodyear to definitely shut factory
    Tyre company Goodyear will definitely close its only UK manufacturing plant in Wolverhampton.
  2. PepsiCo profits beat expectations
    PepsiCo reports better than expected quarterly profits after seeing rising demand for its drinks and snacks in North America.
  3. FTSE 100 extends Monday's gains
    After rising strongly on Monday, the London market edges higher again, led by energy and mining stocks.
  4. VIDEO: Five things that could stall global growth
    The IMF's latest World Economic Outlook report outlines five factors that could stall growth in the global economy.
  5. Libor trial of six City brokers begins
    Six City brokers have gone on trial, accused of rigging the lending rate used between banks.
  6. IMF cuts forecast for global growth
    The International Monetary Fund cuts its forecast for global growth in 2015 to 3.1% from 3.3%.
  7. Greggs shares jump as sales grow
    Shares in Greggs jump more than 10% after the bakery chain reports stronger than expected sales for the July-to-September period.
  8. VW changes 'will not be painless'
    All VW investments that are not deemed absolutely necessary are to be abandoned or delayed, says the car giant's new chief executive, Matthias Mueller.
  9. New rules for financial whistleblowers
    New rules to encourage more whistleblowing in the City have been published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
  10. What is the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
    What is the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
  11. Pie makers square up over naming rights
    A firm which makes square-shaped pies is told it can not call them "square" by rival pie maker.
  12. John West 'has broken tuna pledge'
    The UK's biggest tuna brand, John West, is accused of catching just 2% of its fish using pole-and-line, despite making a pledge that 100% of its tuna would be sustainable by 2016.
  13. Prices of flats rise faster than houses
    Over the past decade the price of flats has risen much faster than the price of houses, according to research for the Halifax.
  14. UK car sales hit September high
    The number of new car registrations in the UK hit a record high for September, the motor industry says.
  15. Ruling threatens Facebook data transfers
    The EU's top court rules that a data transfer pact with the US did not do enough to protect people's privacy, causing problems for Facebook.
  16. What's going on at Glencore?
    What's going on at the commodities giant Glencore?
  17. VIDEO: Australia's Chinese tourism boom
    As Australia's resource boom loses steam, other sectors of the economy, such as tourism, will have to pick up the slack.
  18. VIDEO: Lab shows emissions tests are flawed
    A diesel engine run in a lab shows just how far manufacturers' emissions tests fall short, scientists say.
  19. The two men taking on the banks
    The two Estonians taking on the banks
  20. VIDEO: The two Estonians taking on the banks
    TransferWise's co-founders explain how, in just four years, they have created a global money transfer firm to rival the banks.

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