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Lyoness: scam or straight?
"The controversial loyalty program is being investigated by the ACCC for being a pyramid scheme."
Saudi Muslim leader organising ''legal action against Charlie Hebdo'' over Mohamed cartoons - Middle East - World - The Independent
"The Saudi Arabia-based Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is planning to sue the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo following its publication of a front cover depicting the Prophet Mohamed."
Want To Succeed? Don''t Check Your Email - And Work Out At Lunch - Forbes
"How one company is succeeding by encouraging employees to take better care of themselves..."
How e-retailers such as Flipkart, Amazon are keeping the fake products at bay - The Economic Times
"With the success of online commerce resting on building consumer trust and a brand, online marketplaces are catching on to minimising the surprise element."
â€™Tis the season for buying stocks dumped for tax reasons - MarketWatch
"Solid companies have been sold to be used solely as write-offs, and you can gain from that, says Michael Brush."
BBC News - Apple chief Tim Cook: ''I''m proud to be gay''
"Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly acknowledged his sexuality, saying he wants to try to help people struggling with their identity."
Criminal investigation launched into Tescoâ€™s accounting | Business | The Guardian
"Serious Fraud Office joins other inquiries by two financial watchdogs into supermarketâ€™s £263m profit overstatement"
Wonga to pay £2.6m in compensation
"Payday lender Wonga must pay Â£2.6 million in compensation after chasing struggling customers with fake legal letters in order to pressurise them into paying up."
IBM Ginni Rometty And 2015 Road Map - Business Insider
"CEO Ginni Rometty took the helm at the start of 2012 and she''s been hamstrung ever since by promise from her predecessor, Sam Palmisano, from another age."
Google offers real-time LSEâ€ˆdata for free | City A.M.
"GOOGLE is taking on the worldâ€™s leading financial data firms after striking a deal to provide real-time prices of stocks on the London St"
Business News Headlines
Aer Lingus 'to accept' new IAG bid
Goldman Sachs urges UK to stay in EU
ECB warns over "weakened" EU project
Concern over pension advice service
Ukraine bailout 'credibility' boost
Saxo Bank faces £70m Swiss losses
Pound at new high against euro
Li Ka-shing set to buy O2 for £10bn
Carney: Tech firms' tax 'very small'
Deal fever fuels sharp FTSE 100 rise
Apple's Tim Cook salary up over 40%
What next for Saudi oil policy?
Energy firm price cuts are 'token'
Benefits cuts 'cost families £489'
UK car production at seven-year high
Black Friday 'may have hit Christmas'
Economist chooses first female editor
Tootsie Roll boss dies at age of 95
Car-buying spree boosts borrowing
Royal Mail Christmas parcels up 4%
Royal Mint revives 'refinery' brand
South Korea growth hits six year low
Chinese manufacturing growth stalls
Eurozone growth picks up, survey says
The inspiration behind a bike light
The woes of Fukushima's sake brewers
The fast-food queen who beat adversity
Real stay top of football rich list
Olympic cities 'must allow' women
King confident over Rangers role
VIDEO: Goodbye gadgets: SkyMall files for bankruptcy
VIDEO: Who would you put on a banknote?
VIDEO: Carney welcomes ECB stimulus
VIDEO: Davos focus turns to climate change
VIDEO: Osborne against 'major tax rises'
VIDEO: Kenyan media: Is it profitable?
VIDEO: Botswana's first youth radio station
VIDEO: The rise of India's US franchises
The man with 26 million students
Davos 2015: In Pictures
The pitfalls of trying to find a decent savings rate
The man who wants to add O2 to Three
Regret apps: Delete the embarrassing
VIDEO: The Business of Tennis - Men v Women
Swiss fear hangover as ECB injects cash
Ellen MacArthur's circular economy
What is quantitative easing?
Targeting employment or unemployment
Cyber attacks worry Davos elites
What makes a good business leader?
Brazil's tribal groups adopt tourism