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Apr 16 - Tesco's CEO Philip Clarke says he has no intention of standing down but will see through his "bold" plan to rebuild the world's third-largest retailer. (Rough cut - no reporter narration)
Apr 16 - The Russian economy shrank in the first three months of this year, and Russian money has fled abroad due to the Ukraine crisis. As Joanna Partridge reports, Russia is looking to spend at home rather than abroad due to geopolitical risks.
April 16 - As Chinese internet giant Alibaba, about a quarter of which is owned by Yahoo, prepares to go public, Breakingviews columnists wonder if the U.S. company's earnings will much matter anymore.
April 16 - Bank of America posted a surprise quarterly loss, sending shares lower, as the bank sets aside a bigger-than-expected $6 billion stockpile to cover legal expenses. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Apr 16 - Credit Suisse's sharp drop in first-quarter net profit has raised questions about its investment banking strategy. But as Joanna Partridge reports the bank's European peers are expected to repeat the pattern.
Apr.16 - Crocodile farming has been a challenge in Zimbabwe in recent years do the economic collapse and the financial crisis. But as Ciara Sutton reports one of Europe's biggest suppliers of skins to the luxury market has come up with an unusual survival strategy - vegetarian food.
April 16 - Tech start-ups in BlackBerry’s hometown of Waterloo, Ontario are tapping talent from the struggling smartphone company and filling the void left in the region by its meltdown. Reuters correspondent Euan Rocha visits the region that could become Canada’s Silicon Valley.
April 16 - With public debt at 95% of GDP, Spain is inviting investors to bid for its lighthouses to convert them into boutique hotels. In Finisterre, Galicia, O Semaforo is already a tourist destination.
Tax time has become extra stressful in recent years for the millions of Americans who discover identity thieves have filed returns and pocketed refunds in their names. Colette Luke reports.
April 16 - Tesco's CEO touts a big and bold plan. He needs one, says Breakingviews, given poor trading and increased competition. But his proposals are vague and investors should stay sceptical.
April 16 - The final snapshot of consumer sentiment before a tax hike took effect will shed light on how Japan's shoppers are taking higher prices, while tech giants TSMC and ZTE are set to report earnings.
April 16 - A slightly better than forecast Q1 GDP growth figure will give Chinese policymakers more wiggle room as they press ahead with critical changes to the economy, according to HSBC economist John Zhu.
April 16 - Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has appointed 500 board members and senior management to over 70 state-controlled companies. Boardroom expert Lucy Marcus examines what impact it will have.
April 15 - General Motors' CEO Mary Barra tells auto industry insiders that she is creating a new global product integrity organization within her company, aimed at preventing safety and quality issues at the heart of a recall linked to at least 13 deaths. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Apr 16 - Tesco is to slash millions of pounds off prices in an attempt to win back customers after a second year of falling profit. As Ciara Sutton reports the pressure is on chief executive Philip Clarke.
April 15 - Google Glass goes on sale to the public for the first time Tuesday, but for just one day. Analysts say the one-day availability fits into Google's strategy of trying to correct past missteps as it prepares for a widespread launch. Lily Jamali reports.
April 15 - IDC analyst Ramon Llamas says the limited release of Google Glass on Tuesday boosts its visibility while maintaining the perception of exclusivity for the $1500 device. Lily Jamali reports
April 15 - Summary: Stocks beat back declines to finish higher in another choppy session with help from Coke, J&J earnings; Yahoo beats after the bell, but Intel results mixed; Twitter flies against troubled time for tech. Conway G. Gittens reports.
April 15 - Lance Ulanoff, Chief Correspondent at Mashable, speaks to Lily Jamali about how the one-day sale of Google Glass might help the company reset how the public views the device.
Apr. 15 - Tech giant Google Inc. has acquired solar-powered drone maker Titan Aerospace as part of its strategy to deliver wireless Internet access to remote parts of the world. Titan is developing a variety of solar-powered "atmospheric satellites," which are designed to stay aloft indefinitely, providing aerial and telecommunications services at 1/100th the cost of current satellite platforms. Ben Gruber has more.