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Apple beats Coca-Cola to become world’s most valuable brand for first time

The results are in for the Best Global Brands 2013 - and it's good news all round for the technology sector

Market Report: Healthy result as Ixico takes over Phytopharm

The drug company that gave up on a failed new treatment for Parkinson’s, having raised millions from the likes of the Michael J Fox Foundation, has received a clean bill of health after a reverse take- over yesterday.

Coca-cola to introduce world’s first canned hot fizzy drink in Japan

New technology to make drinks that are both heated and carbonated has taken four years' research to build

Japanese clinch £1.35bn Ribena and Lucozade buy from GlaxoSmithKline

The drinks are made in the UK at a factory in Coleford, Gloucestershire, which employs around 500 staff

Men's bonuses more than twice size of women's: Male managers take home £140,000 more in a lifetime

And the gap in salaries is also widening despite 43 years of the Equal Pay Act, new survey reveals

Buffett backs Canadian oil sands boom

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is betting on Alberta's oil sands boom, buying a stake in the Canadian-based energy giant Suncor, according to regulatory filings.

Is it art? Museum sets up live video feed of Andy Warhol grave

The fascination for Andy Warhol still continues long after his death with his works fetching millions of dollars. But just as his prints left many contemporary critics frothing about their merits, a scheme allowing fans to watch his grave day and night could now be met with the same question: is it art?

Album: Youngblood Hawke, Wake Up (Universal/Island)

Reviving the super-optimistic music of the 1980s has usually been the province of marginal indie types (Passion Pit), novelty oddballs (Maarty Broekman) or both (Andrew WK).

Jim Armitage: Take our economies off their stimulants and they aren't really growing at all

Outlook: We are right to take some cheer from the latest run of official statistics. The evidence is mounting that our economy is, albeit very slowly, moving in the right direction.

The new cola flavoured wine

'I’m getting notes of caramel E150d': French company to add cola to red wine

In recent years, the number of wine drinkers in France has withered like over-ripe grapes on a vine.

Eric Pickles' tweeted an image of himself eating salad, parodying George Osborne's burger picture

Pickles and Salad? Eric Pickles hits back at Osborne with picture of himself eating a SALAD

Mr Pickles was on the receiving end of a Osborne jibe during the Spending Review speech when the chancellor dubbed him a 'model of lean government'

Greece becomes first developed country to be downgraded to emerging-market status

Greece's standing in the world slipped further today after it became the first developed country to be downgraded to emerging-market status by index provider MSCI.

Start all over again: Microsoft admits defeat and brings back the Start button for Windows 8.1

Microsoft has confirmed the latest edition of its Windows operating system will include a Start button.

Coca Cola has removed the branding on 100 million bottles and cans and replaced it with the most popular 150 names in Britain.

I’d like to teach the world my name: Coca-Cola becomes the latest iconic product to get personal with its branding

The first thing I thought when I saw Coca-Cola’s new advertising campaign – “Share a Coke” – was COLD SORES.

The real thing? Historian publishes Coca-Cola's 'secret formula'

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