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Apple Pay goes live  (21 October 01:46 am) 
Apple launches an ambitious new mobile service, Apple Pay, which aims to change the way consumers pay for goods and services, doing away with cash and traditional credit cards. Jeanne Yurman reports.
CALGARY Alberta (Reuters) - Brent crude fell below $86 a barrel on Monday as nagging concerns about abundant supply and sluggish demand pushed the global oil benchmark back down toward a four-year low
Cuddly Ebola toy almost wiped out  (20 October 11:48 pm) 
All three versions of an Ebola virus toy are sold out on a website that markets plush dolls of microscopic organisms. Tara Cleary reports.
Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting their second child in April. Roselle Chen reports.
Britain\'s Prince Harry turns his hand to rugby training for the day as part of drive to promote one of his favorite sports. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Breakingviews: Bleak day at Big Blue  (20 October 11:46 pm) 
IBM took a big charge and paid to offload a business. Antony Currie and Robert Cyran explain why the company\'s decision to stick with a questionable strategy is the longer-term concern.
Scientists in Tokyo have demonstrated what they say is the world\'s first 3D projection that floats in mid air. A laser that fires a pulse up to a thousand times a second superheats molecules in the
Oil slips below $86 on global oversupply  (20 October 10:15 pm) 
LONDON (Reuters) - Brent crude slipped below $86 a barrel on Monday, resuming a downward move that took the global oil benchmark to near a four-year low last week as supply overwhelmed weak demand in
French and German economy and finance ministers search for a new impetus to euro zone growth as they meet in Berlin. But with one country under pressure for wanting to spend too much and the other for
Fr/DE finmins seek new growth options  (20 October 10:46 pm) 
French and German economy and finance ministers search for a new impetus to euro zone growth as they meet in Berlin. But with one country under pressure for wanting to spend too much and the other
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Equity markets worldwide edged higher on Monday, lifted by gains in Japanese shares, while mixed performance in U.S. stocks after IBM\'s quarterly results disappointed helped keep
Brad Pitt stars in 'Fury'  (20 October 11:53 pm) 
Brad Pitt went through an intense military boot camp for World War II film \"Fury\" to convey the real life hardships that soldiers went through. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Black eye for Big Blue  (20 October 10:46 pm) 
IBM\'s quarterly profit plummeted more than 99 percent. Its CEO said IBM was \"disappointed in our performance.\" Fred Katayama reports.
Europe's locomotive hitting buffers?  (20 October 10:46 pm) 
Germany braces for more transport chaos as its pilots union extends a strike at Lufthansa to include long-haul flights after a weekend of disruption on the railways left millions of passengers
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India moved on Monday to open up its coal industry to commercial mining, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, signalling the most serious shift in 42 years toward allowing private
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India moved a step closer to selling a stake in a state-run oil company on Monday, keeping up Prime Minister Narendra Modi\'s momentum on economic reform after bringing the prices
British boyband The Vamps are the stand-out winners of BBC Radio 1\'s Teen Awards, picking up three awards and getting the biggest screams. Rollo Ross reports.
Turkey has offered to help Kurds enter the fight for Kobani, parts of which have apparently been re-taken from Islamic State militants, while the U.S. has air-dropped arms for the first time to help
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday released the minutes of the meeting of the sub-committee on Financial Stability and Development Council (SC-FSDC) held in August, for the
David Lubin, MD & head - emerging market economics at Citi, says that emerging markets (EMs) have held out better than global markets and are now adjusting to the end of stimulus in US. In an
Oct. 20 - Brad Pitt invited World War 2 hero Peter Comfort onto the red carpet premiere of his new film \'Fury\' in London. Edward Baran reports.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will not change its gold import rules, sources with knowledge of the matter said, responding to a report that the world\'s second-largest consumer
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India moved a step closer to selling a stake in state-run oil company ONGC on Monday, keeping up Prime Minister Narendra Modi\'s momentum on economic reform after bringing prices
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India\'s scrapping of diesel price controls opens the door for private sector refiners to return to a domestic retail market from which they have been excluded for years because
Philips: Q3 loss, spin-off to happen  (20 October 09:46 pm) 
Dutch conglomerate Philips is pushing ahead with a spin-off of its lighting business despite Russia, China and a string of charges dragging it down to a net loss in the third quarter. David Pollard