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Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has advised Russian delegates at the Farnborough Airshow to "return home".
More than 20 million UK viewers tune in to see Germany beat Argentina in the World Cup final on Sunday.
More than 6,000 payday loan customers are to receive refunds, after errors made by the UK's biggest high street operator, the Money Shop.
UK aerospace has reasons to be cheerful
Grandparent characters are axed from Wonga's advertising campaign as its new chairman says it is time for the payday lender to grow up.
Chinese prosecutors have formally filed charges against a British man and his wife linked to the GlaxoSmithKline bribery claims, state media say.
The chairman of the Co-operative Bank, Richard Pym, will stand down later this year to lead Allied Irish Banks.
The Federation of Small Businesses criticises the government's "unambitious" broadband targets and calls for a rethink.
New eurozone jitters overshadow EU top jobs rivalry
The F-35 combat jet due to be used on the UK's new aircraft carriers will not make its UK debut on the first day of the Farnborough Airshow.
British drug firm Shire recommends a takeover offer from US rival AbbVie after its most recent £30bn ($51.3bn) offer.
Portuguese bank Banco Espirito Santo (BES) accelerates the appointment of new executives, originally due to start at the end of July.
Samsung Electronics says it has found "evidence of suspected child labour" at the factory of its Chinese supplier Dongguan Shinyang Electronics.
Swiss chocolate firm Lindt & Sprungli agrees a deal to buy US rival Russell Stover, making it the third-largest chocolate manufacturer in North America.
Shareholders of David Jones, Australia's second-largest department store, vote in favour of a $2bn (£1.2bn) takeover bid from South Africa's Woolworths Holdings
Executive pay has grown from 60 times that of the average worker to almost 180 times since the 1990s, according to a report by the High Pay Centre.
Complaints about energy companies have risen to their highest level, according to data from the Energy Ombudsman.
European and US trade negotiators are resuming talks for a controversial trade liberalisation agreement.
Brazil prepares for a sixth Brics summit
Creating an opportunity from the fall of communism