It made $6.9bn.
The company has raised prices for small-press books and introduced delivery fees.
Foreign investors flooding in.
Business quote of the day.
The truth is that migrants contribute far more in taxes than they receive in benefits and services.
But they need to tackle their weakness: DIY.
"Failed catastrophically in their duty".
What do you do if an algorithm takes your job?
Tax incentives won’t help.
"Coercive monetisation". Now there's a sinister phrase.
The latest developments.
They've all sung to some of the world's most unpleasant dictators.
If it weren't for the global slowdown, our planet would be in a far worse state than it already is.
The wage subsidy scheme that Clegg promised would create 160,000 jobs delivered just 2.6% of that total in its first year.
Pass the paracetamol.
Ban this sick filth. No, not THIS sick filth, obviously.
G20 finance ministers make an announcement.
$18 billion – that is the cost of Detroit’s debt.
It is no longer unthinkable that one or both of Labour and the Lib Dems could go into the next election pledging to scrap the project.
If George Osborne likes expensive energy, at least renewables are carbon neutral.
The government announces more regulation business won't like.
It has a sexting image and a privacy problem, but can the app kill two birds with one stone?
The company doesn't have anything to do with UK donor blood.
It's precisely the wrong moment for central bankers to say they’re unimpressed.
The Bank has shifted away from coal power, and is trying to encourage developing nations to do the same.
This summer, it's sport that has made us human.
A mouse with a human liver is extraordinary indeed, but we should do better with what science has provided.
Felix Martin's "Real Money" column.
When hungry digital companies measure success in "eyeballs" is sleep the last remaining zone of dissidence, of anti-productivity and even of solidarity?