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Code hidden within the latest MacOS operating system appears to reveal a new laptop.

Tesla reports first quarterly profit for three years
Electric car maker Tesla reports net income of $21.9m (£17.9m) for the third quarter after 13 consecutive quarterly losses.

Tata sacking: Cyrus Mistry was 'lame duck' chairman
Tata Sons ex-chairman Cyrus Mistry attacks the firm and warns it faces the risk of huge writedowns.

Samsung operating profit plunges 30% in wake of Note 7 fiasco
The world's largest smartphone maker Samsung sees its operating profit plunge by 30%, pulled down by the recall of its Note 7 flagship phone.

Boeing set to deliver more planes in 2016
Shares in Boeing rise after the plane maker said it would deliver more aircraft than expected this year.

Drivers 'face rising insurance bills'
Motorists are facing higher car insurance premiums than a year ago, a report from the AA suggests.

Coke revenues continue to lose their fizz
Coca-Cola's global revenues slide 7% to $10.6bn in the three months to September as consumers keep the lid on carbonated drinks.

Nintendo profits hit despite Pokemon Go popularity
The popularity of Pokemon Go fails to stop Nintendo from issuing a profit warning, which it blames on poor Wii U sales and a strong yen.

Windows 10 update and Surface Studio PC unveiled
Microsoft details a new version of Windows that adds 3D-creation tools and a new all-in-one desktop PC.

Emerging markets boost Banco Santander
Spanish bank Santander reports a rise in net profit in the third quarter compared with a year ago, helped by its performance in emerging markets in Latin America.

GlaxoSmithKline sees profit surge on weak pound
Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline saw profits surge in the third quarter, aided by the recent fall in sterling.

Toyota recalls 5.8 million cars over faulty Takata airbags
Toyota recalls another 5.8 million cars worldwide over potentially faulty air bags made by Takata.

Women work 39 days a year more than men, report says
The World Economic Forum estimates that globally women work 39 more days a year than men when unpaid labour is factored in.

Google Fiber broadband plan scaled back
Google scales back the expansion of its fibre broadband network, which it was rolling out in some US cities.

US stocks hit Apple shares fall
US stocks on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq close lower, with shares in Apple down nearly 4% after it reported another quarter of falling iPhone sales and revenue.

Vodafone fined £4.6m by Ofcom for breaking customer rules
Vodafone is fined £4.6m by regulator Ofcom for breaking consumer protection rules.

Apple iPhone sales fall, but beat estimates
Apple reports its third quarter in a row of falling iPhone sales, but sales beat analyst expectations.

Judge approves VW's record US emissions settlement
A US judge approves the record $14.7bn (£12bn) settlement that Volkswagen will pay in the country over its diesel emissions scandal.

Lloyds sets aside extra £1bn for PPI mis-selling
Lloyds sets aside a further £1bn to pay compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance.

Clydesdale confirms Williams & Glyn offer
Clydesdale Bank confirms it has made an offer for Williams & Glyn, the banking business that RBS failed to sell to Santander.

BBC World News business headlines
The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

Big Bang: The day that made London a financial powerhouse
Thirty years ago today the City changed forever after radical new rules were introduced.

Bright hopes for India art start-up
In India, one start-up called Kulture Shop is bringing together urban artists and turning their designs into home and lifestyle products.

The Heathrow deal, in numbers...
Richard Westcott takes a look at some of the big numbers behind the Heathrow third runway decision.

Heathrow's tricky landing - in 60 seconds
BBC News explains the bumpy ride that lasted over a decade, eventually leading to Heathrow airport getting approval for a third runway.

South Korean bosses apologise after embezzlement accusations
Lotte's Chairman Shin Dong-bin bowed with his directors and gave a public apology.

Thai tourism after the death of the king
How has tourism in Thailand been affected since the death of the King?

The history of London's Heathrow airport
A look back at how Heathrow grew from an airfield where passengers waited for flights in tents, to a major hub with about 75 million people passing through it each year.

'Irresponsible' Diet Chef weight loss advert banned
An advert in which a tearful woman meets a slimmer, happier version of herself is banned.

Australia #censusfail: Derision greets simple fix failure
Computer bosses admit Australian census issues could have been prevented by switching router "off and on again".

Big Bang
Thirty years ago in a single day Big Bang deregulated the City of London, creating a financial sector many believe can withstand anything Brexit can throw at it.

Falling behind?
Does the falling value of the pound mean that the UK economy has fallen behind France?

God, alcohol, hash
Life in a monastery involves devotion to contemplation and prayer, but some religious orders also pledge themselves to producing alcoholic drinks and even products extracted from marijuana.

Smelting pot
Both US presidential candidates have said they are wary of China's impact on the US, but is China stealing America's jobs?

Growth potential
Heathrow's third runway may have got the go-ahead, but what expansion plans do the UK's other major airports have?

Cash crop
Lebanon is among the top five cannabis growing countries in the world. One farmer tells the BBC why, for many, there are few alternatives.

Free thinking
A university for coding without any teachers has opened in California this month.

Now what?
These days there's no shortage of things to keep you awake at night, whatever your politics. So what's the best way to handle all that uncertainty?

Airport expansion
The decision to opt for a new runway at Heathrow is the latest chapter in a 50-year saga - but how much have the delays cost the UK economy?

Clicks and bricks
The building industry has not been known for digital innovation, but virtual reality design and project management software are changing perceptions.

Media merger
US telecoms giant AT&T plans to buy entertainment group Time Warner - what will that mean for consumers?

Cartoon king
A profile of Canadian business leader Michael Donovan, who after winning a best documentary Oscar for producing hit film Bowling for Columbine, went on to establish cartoon giant DHX Media.

On your behalf
The concept of shopping via a daigou is booming in China, with people employing them in Australia to get their hands on goods such as baby milk formula.

Sew to survive
Panorama has gone undercover in Istanbul and found evidence that Syrian refugee children are making clothes for leading British brands.

Cot, crib or pod?
Buying a cot is not an easy process, the choices are endless. Add in the dozens of "sleep aids" available and parents can spend a huge amount of money.

Robot rage
Will human drivers take advantage of driverless cars' safety-first caution and simply ignore them?

'I wanted to believe'
Your stories of being tricked out of money by con artists posing as romantic partners.

Itchy business
A growing number of head lice removal firms have set up in recent years as a response to the fact that the insects are increasingly resistant to over-the-counter chemical treatments.

Mind games
Sports psychiatrist Prof Steve Peters is offering his Olympic-winning expertise to firms who want to work more efficiently.

Your own boss?
Being self-employed is a way of life for almost five million UK workers, with some choosing to work independently, while others are being forced to adopt it.

'Things are changing'
How can more women break through India's glass ceiling to take on senior and board level roles?

Divorce time
Elmar Brok, who chairs the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee, says the UK will have to negotiate its divorce agreement before its future relationship.

Fur real?
What difference will new welfare measures make to standards on Europe's fur farms?

Pipe dreams
After a rupture of six years, Israel and Turkey are restoring bilateral relations - with a possible prize co-operation on a gas pipeline.

Let's play!
Firms are increasingly using game play to encourage greater engagement from customers and staff - but does gamification work?

Quick question
How Argentine entrepreneur Maximo Cavazzani built mobile phone quiz game Trivia Crack, which has been downloaded more than 150 million times around the world.

The business of hedging
Hedging is an important part of financial safeguarding for businesses - but what exactly is it?

Lights, camera... cloud
Cloud computing is giving small design and special effects studios the chance to compete with the giants of the film industry. But what are the drawbacks?

Marmite: A potted history of the British-born spread
Panic spread across the UK as it emerged that the iconic yeast extract Marmite was at risk of being removed from the nation's supermarket shelves. But what is the story behind the brand?
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