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Whatsapp to let companies message users
Whatsapp changes its privacy policy so that businesses can send messages to people using the service.

Self-driving taxi trial kicks off in Singapore
As the industry races to make driverless cars viable, a small fleet of computer-driven taxis are taking passengers in Singapore.

German business confidence falls post-Brexit, says Ifo
Business confidence in Europe's biggest economy, Germany, has fallen unexpectedly, according to a closely watched survey.

Men's sales march Jimmy Choo higher
Shoemakers Jimmy Choo see revenues rise on increased men's sales and the weaker pound.

US criticises EU tax probes ahead of Apple ruling
The US Treasury Department has warned the European Commission about taking action against US companies over tax deals ahead of a ruling on tech giant Apple.

Asian companies have world's worst cybersecurity says study
Asian organisations are the worst prepared against cyber-attacks globally, according to US security company Mandiant.

Uber adds advance bookings in London
Transport app Uber allows customers in London to book journeys up to 30 days in advance.

Sports Direct investors press for review of its practices
A group of some of influential investors are urging Sports Direct to overhaul the way it is run after illegal working practices were exposed.

India aims to ban $1bn surrogacy industry
The Indian government unveils a draft law which would ban commercial surrogacy, in an attempt to regulate the industry.

Pokemon Go-playing driver kills woman in Japan
A driver playing Pokemon Go while behind the wheel in Japan is arrested after hitting two women, killing one of them, say police.

DIY disaster sends Australia's Woolworths to record loss
Woolworths, Australia's biggest supermarket chain, reports a record annual loss of A$1.2bn (£690m), following its decision to quit the DIY market.

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

Thomas Cook: '1.8m customers still want to go to Turkey'
The boss of Thomas Cook tells the BBC it's still safe to go on holiday to Turkey, according to government advice, and says the Brexit vote hasn't affected business.

North Korea promotes local brew at first beer festival
North Korea is holding its first beer festival to promote its domestic brew Taedonggang.

'My job is to inspire people to tidy up'
Giving up your high-flying job as a lawyer in Shanghai to become a professional home organiser may be an unusual choice for many, but that's exactly what Han Yien did.

Buses battle it out on test track
BBC News visits an annual bus competition designed to test handling and fuel efficiency, which helps a UK bus group choose the next generation of vehicles.

Climbing the Australian housing ladder can be tough
Getting on the property ladder can be tough for home buyers the world over, but in Australia the property dream is slipping away for many.

Android 7.0 Nougat released by Google
Google rolls out a new version of Android that allows mobile devices to run two apps simultaneously on the same screen.

Urjit Patel: What issues face the new RBI governor?
What are the issues new Reserve Bank of India governor, Urjit Patel, will have to deal with?

Los Angeles Lakers sign Chinese Olympian Yi Jianlian
The Los Angeles Lakers have signed Chinese Olympian and power forward Yi Jianlian following his performance in Rio.

Norway traders win an hour in data fight
Traders in Norway have won an hour's reprieve in the battle over the new timing of the country's economic data releases.

Coffee for votes
A look at the growing number of businesses who are trying to make a positive difference to society by speaking out on societal or political issues, and their reasons for doing so.

Sleep your way to the top
Successful bosses often boast of how little they sleep, but is sleeping more better for your career?

In the rough
The sporting goods giants of Nike and Adidas are both looking to sell their golf club businesses. The BBC looks at what some of the reasons may be.

Who's bugging you?
After the New Zealand rugby team discover a listening device in their Sydney hotel meeting room, we examine just how much spying technology has advanced in recent years.

'Astronomical' prices
For many Australians the dream of owning their own property is slipping away. But could a shared ownership scheme help address the affordability crisis in Sydney, the country's most expensive city?

Changing of the guard
India appoints a government insider as the new head of its central bank. Can Urjit Patel emerge from his predecessor "rock star" Raghuram Rajan's shadow?

How to be mediocre and be happy with yourself
We're often urged to strive for excellence, to be the best we can be, to push for more - but some argue we'd be happier if we calmed down and embraced mediocrity.

Delivering results
How the chief executive of UPS went from low level, part-time worker to chief executive of the world's largest parcel delivery service.

Lessons from Rio
As the Rio Summer Olympics come to a close, the attention turns to preparations for Tokyo 2020. The BBC takes a look at areas where Tokyo could learn from Rio.

Can't wait, won't wait!
Online shoppers want fast websites and apps that are also visually rich and personalised, but how technically difficult is this to achieve?

Farming dreams
The ambitious new plan to overhaul Sierra Leone's agriculture sector.

Time for a comeback
A look at the small but growing number of luxury British watchmakers who aim to put the UK back at the forefront of the global timepiece industry.

Victory, taxed
US athletes are leading in the Olympic medal count but when the winners return home they will be welcomed with both national pride - and a hefty tax bill.

Farming support
The weaker pound since the UK’s Brexit vote means euro-denominated EU farming subsidies could worth 15% more to British farmers next year. But the boost may be a short-term one.

Jobs at risk
Bangladesh's garments industry is nervous that foreign buyers might pull out after a recent attack by Islamic militants killed 20 people, most of them foreigners.
 
 
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