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Stock markets slide as Covid-19 cases rise
The Dow falls as much as 3.3% before ending down 2.3% - its sharpest decline in weeks.

Jack Ma's Ant Group set for record $34bn stock market listing
The Chinese firm is set for the biggest stock market listing ever, beating Saudi Aramco's $29bn flotation.

Toymakers expect strong Christmas sales despite coronavirus
The makers of Barbie dolls and games like Jenga are benefitting as parents spend on stay-at-home activities.

Future of UK aerospace 'in doubt' without EU deal
UK aerospace will lose out to rivals without a deal on the mutual recognition of parts, says industry body.

Turkey's Erdogan urges French goods boycott amid Islam row
The president urges people not to buy French goods after his counterpart Mr Macron defended secularism.

My Money: 'We haven't got Covid here yet'
Sian Williams from Indonesia takes us through her week during the coronavirus pandemic.

Facebook, Google and Microsoft 'avoiding $3bn in tax in poorer nations'
Facebook, Google and Microsoft should pay a global minimum rate of corporate tax, an aid charity says.

Hopes of shake-up at Samsung after death of chairman
There is speculation that the heirs of chairman Lee Kun-hee might sell assets to meet a huge tax bill.

BHS collapse: 'I was in charge of millions, then I had nothing'
Four years on from BHS's collapse, has the audit industry, criticised for not spotting problems, changed?

'Generation Covid' hit hard by the pandemic, research reveals
People aged 16-25 were more than twice as likely as older workers to have lost their job

Britain and Japan sign post-Brexit trade deal
The countries formally sign a deal described by the UK's international trade secretary as "ground-breaking".

British-bred Royal Enfield speeding ahead in Asia
One of the world's oldest motorbike brands is expanding in Asia, the biggest market for two-wheelers.

Climate change: Technology no silver bullet, experts tell PM
Boris Johnson's techno-optimism ignores the need for big societal changes, experts warn.

US clothes chain Gap considers European closures
Thousands of jobs could be at risk as the US clothing chain mulls closing its company-owned shops.

Coronavirus: Canary Islands added to UK's safe travel list
UK tourists will also no longer need to quarantine after visiting Mykonos, the Maldives and Denmark.

Goldman Sachs to pay $3bn over 1MDB corruption scandal
The investment bank will pay a record sum for violating bribery laws in the 1MDB corruption affair.

Will cruise ships return to Venice?
Pressure is mounting on the Italian authorities to decide on the future of cruise ships in Venice.

Quibi: 'Snackable' video app to close after six months
The mobile-focused streaming service says it failed to attract subscribers during the pandemic.

'It feels so good to be back dancing'
The world of ballroom dancing went online to cope with the pandemic restrictions, but what does the future hold?

The apps promising to improve your sex life
There are a growing number of apps that promise to help with sexual wellbeing, but are they effective?

'A big supermarket shop feels frivolous now'
Families from both ends of the income spectrum have had to tighten their belts in the last six months.

CEO Secrets: Juggling kids and a new lockdown business
Meet the new mums who have started businesses in lockdown.

The forklift truck drivers who never leave their desks
Remote-controlled vehicles are becoming increasingly common in the workplace.

'The fake reporter wanted to know about our software'
As image recognition software is increasingly used, one firm had to deal with subterfuge.

New jets promise to revive supersonic travel
Almost 20 years after Concorde was retired, new supersonic passenger aircraft are finally emerging.

Why Africa's animation scene is booming
While the film sector struggles to produce new content, the global demand for animation has soared.

CEO Secrets: Older women strike out in lockdown
Meet the female entrepreneurs aged over 50 who have started businesses in lockdown.

The BTS fans investing in their favourite K-pop band
BTS, one of K-pop's biggest groups, are offering fans a chance to buy shares in a $822m market launch.

Creating fuel from thin air with artificial leaves
Plants derive energy from carbon dioxide in the air and scientists are trying to mimic that process.

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

Panorama: Young people and the futures of the ‘Covid Generation’
23-year-old Rasheed lost his fully funded place on a pilots training course due to the pandemic.

Waiting more than 170 days for cruise refund
Cruise customers say they have been waiting more than six months for refunds for cancelled holidays.

Coronavirus: Turkey farmers worried over downsized Christmas dinners
Turkey farmers are concerned the 'rule of six' will lead to downsized Christmas dinners.

First women-only tailor’s shopfront opens on Savile Row
Savile Row has been known for delivering high quality men’s tailoring for more than 200 years. But things are now changing.

Covid-19: Working from India's beaches and mountains during the pandemic
Many Indian professionals have been working from home, but some have taken the concept a step further.

Ex-Google boss Eric Schmidt: US 'dropped the ball' on innovation
Eric Schmidt says America has fallen behind China when it comes to funding new technology.

US China tariffs 'inconsistent' with trade rules says WTO
The US did not justify its decision to raise border taxes on Chinese goods, the World Trade Organization says.

Trump: Major carmakers sue US government over China tax
Tesla is the latest to object to the Trump administration's import duties on Chinese parts.

TikTok Ban: How did TikTok stay online in the US?
Sophia Smith-Galer explains why President Trump shifted his position on banning new downloads of the app.

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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