ZUCKERBERG TO GIVE AWAY 99% OF SHARES
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares, as they announce the birth of their daughter Max.
FIFA SPONSORS DEMAND REFORM OVERVIEW
Five sponsors of football's world governing body Fifa write to its executive committee to demand "independent oversight" of reforms.
TWO BANKS WARNED IN ANNUAL STRESS TEST
Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered were the weakest of Britain’s seven largest banks in a Bank of England economic stress test.
BANK OF CHINA FACES DAILY FINE IN US
The Bank of China will face a daily fine of $50,000 in the US unless it complies with a court request to give details of customers accused of selling fake goods.
AUSTRALIA ECONOMY PICKS UP MOMENTUM
Australia's economy grows more than expected in the third quarter, picking up pace in the second half of the year.
AFRICA BUSINESS TYCOONS 'HIGHLY CORRUPT'
Business executives are the most corrupt group in Africa after police officers, and five other interesting findings from a corruption survey.
BT WARNED OVER INTERNET PROVISION
Ofcom warns there could be a "structural separation" between BT and its subsidiary, Openreach which provides internet access infrastructure.
VOLKSWAGEN US SALES FALL BY 25%
German carmaker Volkswagen sees its US sales fall by 25% in November as a result of the continuing emissions scandal.
UK STATE PENSION 'NOT GENEROUS'
The UK's state pension is one of the least generous in the world, according to a report from an international think tank.
PUERTO RICO NARROWLY AVOIDS DEFAULT
Puerto Rico has narrowly avoided default by making a last minute payment on its outstanding debt.