Yesterday, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg kept busy taking questions during a Q&A session at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, California. We watched the entire thing for you and selected the best bits. This is what you need to know:
Brent crude has fallen by 40% since the summer on oversupply concerns
SeaWorld hit by bad press and poor attendance numbers following the release of the Black Fish - a documentary about killer whales in captivity
Aston Martin is looking to raise more than £100 million from investors to expand its range of luxury sedans, hybrid models and crossover SUVs.
Yum Brands!, the American fast food company behind Pizza Hut and KFC, has lowered its profit guidance for the year for the second time this year following a food scandal in China.
Mike Jeffries, the controversial chief executive of American retailer Abercrombie & Fitch, has retired effective immediately.
Khan will serve as chief strategy officer reporting directly to 24-year old CEO Evan Spiegel
Supermarket warns full year profits won't exceed £1.4 billion, below analyst estimates, and well below its own guidance for the year of £2.4bn
Uber has raised more than $2.9 billion since it was founded in 2009
Jeff Bezos has a reputation for disrupting markets and devouring rivals
The Bank of England has kept interest rates unchanged at a record low of 0.5 per cent and maintained its quantitative easing programme at £375 billion.
Chancellor announces stamp duty overhaul that represents '£800m a year tax cut'
A number of retailers experienced technical difficulties this morning as shoppers rushed online to get a Black Friday bargain.
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Cupertino giant also released three YouTube adverts for the iPhone 6 in which the technology of the device takes centre stage
Selfie-sharing app predominantly aimed at young, female audience