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Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017' - NY Times
The New York Times says Mr Trump paid no tax in 10 out of 15 years - a claim he calls "fake news".

William Hill: Caesars Palace-owner in 'advanced' talks over £2.9bn offer
Owner of the famed Las Vegas casino reveals its hand as one of two possible bidders for the UK firm.

TikTok: US judge halts app store ban
The video-sharing app gets a last-minute reprieve from being taken off app stores in the US.

Movers 'more likely to buy than first-time buyers'
The coronavirus crisis is changing the dynamic in the UK housing market, researchers suggest.

Aldi looks at online move as shopping habits change
The pandemic hasn’t been easy for the discounters with no online food. Could Aldi go digital?

Singapore in world first for facial verification
The technology is being rolled out countrywide as part of Singapore's national identity scheme.

Thomas Cook staff: Redundant twice in a year
A year on from the firm’s collapse, many staff are still out of work while others have set up businesses.

Tesco joins Morrisons to limit sales of some items
Limits on loo roll and flour are back as supermarkets act to prevent a repeat of March's panic buying.

Covid: Jobs scheme 'won't stop major rise in unemployment'
Influential think tank the Resolution Foundation warns Rishi Sunak's plan will not "live up to its promise".

William Hill: Takeover battle looms for UK bookmaker
Shares in the betting giant jump by a third after it says it has received two rival bid approaches.

Amazon unveils flying Ring security drone and Luna games service
One privacy campaign group says it is Amazon's "most chilling home surveillance product" yet.

European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
EU court ruling that the tech giant does not have to pay hefty back taxes to Ireland goes back to court.

Cardinal Becciu: Vatican official forced out in rare resignation
Cardinal Becciu managed a controversial deal to buy a luxury London property with church funds.

Sunak defends emergency jobs scheme
Wages will be topped up for six months, but chancellor says it is "impossible" to say how many jobs will be saved.

Local food heroes: Tesco teams up with Olio
Supermarket chain Tesco has teamed up with the food-sharing app Olio in a bid to reduce food waste.

'One day everyone will use China's digital currency'
China plans a digital version of its currency, which some say could become a big global payment system.

How much gold is there left to mine in the world?
Some experts believe we may have hit "peak gold" production in our pursuit of the precious metal.

'It’s OK to make losses early on'
The co-founder of Beans Coffee Club says it’s OK to make losses when you start your business, but make sure it’s money you can afford to lose.

Wigs: A new fashion trend for black men?
A start-up in London is on a mission to make wigs cool, with a focus on young, black men.

Coronavirus economy: The 'banker ladies' saving friends from debt
Amid a pandemic and economic crisis, minority communities turn to traditional saving methods to help.

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

Teen entrepreneurs’ top business tips
Two young businessmen who started their ventures when they were at school share their advice on how to sustain your business during the pandemic.

Ex-Google boss Eric Schmidt: 'US dropped ball on tech funding'
The former Google boss explains why the US risks lagging behind China when it comes to innovation.

Covid lockdown sees rise of 'barter classes' in Indian villages
In India, as schools closed during the Covid-19 lockdown, many villages turned to "barter classes".

CEO Secrets: The company that tried having two CEOs
Cybersecurity company Darktrace experimented with having two joint CEOs for four years.

Trump or Biden? China expects no favours either way
China Inc expect a fact-based approach to trade from Joe Biden, but a tough US stance will continue.

What Trump wants from trade
President Trump believes the US is being unfairly treated by other countries when it comes to trade.

Trump dangles cash for US firms moving from China
The US president is enticing companies to move factories back to America while punishing those who don’t.

TikTok threatens legal action against Trump US ban
The Chinese firm says it is "shocked" by an order for US companies to stop doing business with the app.

Why US-China relations are at their lowest point in decades
Tensions between the US and China are escalating at a dizzying pace. So what will happen next?

Huawei: Boom time in China
While Huawei tech is blocked in the US, it is helping build one of the world biggest 5G networks at home.

The garlic farmers who love Trump
American garlic farmers say demand is rising after the US president put tariffs on Chinese imports.

How China plans to lead in computer chips
China wants to end its dependence on imported computer chips, but experts says it will struggle.

Is China gaining an edge in AI?
The US-China over artificial intelligence is heating up, but some warn the US could be over-reacting.
 
 
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