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April 2 - Google's share price will drop by roughly half tomorrow as the result of a stock split. One analyst thinks it's worth more than that. Fred Katayama reports.
Apr 02 - London house prices have risen 18% in the first quarter of the year partly thanks to foreigners seeking investment opportunities. As Hayley Platt reports that means many homes are never lived in.
April 2 - Greece is now fully funded for the next 12 months and hopes to finance itself on the market from now on. Ciara Sutton asks if that's a realistic prospect when the country still has massive unemployment problems and huge debt?
April 2 - Lufthansa pilots have started a three-day walkout in a dispute over early retirement, effectively grounding Germany's largest airline. Joanna Partridge looks at the impact of the strike - one of the biggest to ever to hit the company.
April 2 - Workday may be the socks and underwear of the corporate software market but it’s sexy socks and underwear, says President and COO Mike Stankey
April 2 - With the soccer World Cup just months away, rival sportwear brands Nike and Adidas are squaring up for a fierce marketing battle. Nigel Hilditch reports.
April 2 - ASOS still fetches over 75 times forward earnings. But with a 22 percent drop in first half profits and global expansion headaches, other retailers won't stand still.
April 2 - Chinese appetite for Australian commodities may be dipping, but the Pacific economy is showing signs of recovery nonetheless. A rebound may be harder to come by in crisis-struck Thailand.
April 2 - Many young Chinese are tuning out state-backed TV channels and picking up global entertainment on the Internet. So when talk circulated of an online ban on hit U.S. shows, the reaction was dramatic.
April 2 - China's U.S.-listed Internet firms are in a fund-raising frenzy, with bonds offering investors another way into the sector. But Breakingviews' Peter Thal Larsen wonders if now is the time to buy.