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Tesla slips as doubts grow over Elon Musk take-private plan
 Analysts at JPMorgan Chase slash target price for shares in the electric car maker from $308 to $195.

PepsiCo buys Sodastream for $3.2bn
 The deal gives Pepsi a new way of reaching customers as sugary drinks become less popular.

Greece emerges from eurozone bailout programme
 The economy is still 25% smaller than eight years ago and nearly one in five people is unemployed.

Fashion website Farfetch plans US share float
 The London-based luxury shopping site, founded in 2008, could be valued at as much as $5bn.

Venezuelans confused as Maduro's economic plan starts
 A government plan to curb inflation comes into force but there is confusion about how it will work.

Apple 'pulls gambling apps from China App Store'
 The reported removal of thousands of apps follows criticism by Chinese state media.

Standard Chartered chief warning over Brexit staff moves
 Standard Chartered executive says demands by EU regulators may see the sector move more UK jobs than originally thought.

Malcolm Turnbull: Under-pressure Australia PM drops climate policy
 Malcolm Turnbull's decision to drop an emissions target follows a revolt within his government.

Crazy Rich Asians tops US box office in weekend debut
 The film, with an all-Asian cast, is the first romantic comedy to take the top spot in three years.

Mulberry shares collapse on £3m House of Fraser hit
 The luxury handbag brand warns of tough trading and says House of Fraser's failure will cost it £3m.

Tesla investors spooked by revelations in emotional interview
 In an "emotional" newspaper interview, Elon Musk also said he takes a sedative to help him sleep.

Taxi-hailing firm Ola starts operating in Wales
 Ola, which hopes to rival Uber, starts operating in Cardiff, Newport and Vale of Glamorgan.

Trump calls for end to quarterly reporting
 US President tells US financial regulators to "look into" having companies report only twice a year.

US threatens more action against Turkey unless pastor freed
 The US is demanding that Turkey release a detained US pastor or face further economic measures.

Google employees criticise 'censored China search engine'
 Employees have written to the firm criticising its plans to launch a 'censored Chinese search service'.

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 The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

The woman who created 'Tinder for lonely mums'
 As the first of her friends to become a mum, Michelle Kennedy didn't have a network of other mothers to share her experiences with.

Could this be the end of global trade?
 Global trade drives the world economy, but could rising tensions between the US and China threaten this?

'I never know how much money I'm going home with'
 A growing push to raise wages of service staff in the US could change the way Americans tip.

Uganda's food waste warrior aims to help farmers
 Engineer Lawrence Okettayot has come up with a food dehydrator that could tackle the world's food waste crisis.

Electronics boss: 'You need to think 10 years ahead'
 Electronics boss Simon Shen says firms should think how people may be living in 10 years' time.

Cancer survivor grabs Instagram opportunity
 Adeline is a cancer survivor in north-east India who started posting creative Instagram videos as a hobby, and now earns money from it.

What do Indians make of Ikea?
 Ikea has opened its first store in India. So what do locals make of it?

'It never entered my mind that I wasn't coming back'
 Surviving a life-changing injury has not slowed down Bill McDermott, the boss of software giant SAP.

End of Greek bailouts offers little hope to young
 Politicians hail the end of Greece's emergency credit, but ordinary Greeks see little change.

'People no longer go into antiques shops'
 How the internet is changing the UK's antiques trade and widening the auctions market.

The world's first floating farm making waves in Rotterdam
 An offshore dairy farm aims to help Rotterdam produce its own food more sustainably.

Why your next flight may go via China
 As Chinese airlines launch more and more international flights, are they playing fair to attract passengers?

How electric vehicles are moving into the fast lane
 From battery-powered trucks to Formula E racing cars, electric vehicles are going mainstream around the world.

The student trying to solve the food waste crisis
 Has a 23-year-old engineering student come up with an invention that could tackle food waste problems?

The travel boss who refuses to do online sales
 How Jen Atkinson managed to transform the fortunes of holiday business Inspiring Travel Company.

Roaming charges: What will happen after Brexit?
 Will Brits be able to use their mobile phones in Europe after Brexit without paying extra?

House of Fraser: Five things that went wrong
 Department store chain House of Fraser has finally lost its battle to stay afloat. So what went wrong?

'There are boats floating above my head in Times Square'
 How augmented reality is giving artworks and exhibitions new dimensions.

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