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Ren Zhengfei says US government 'underestimates' Huawei
A dispute over Huawei has escalated with implications for the firm, the tech sector and consumers.

British Steel should be nationalised, urges Labour
The UK's second-biggest steel maker has been seeking £75m in government backing to help it stay afloat.

Holidaymakers hit as pound slides
As half-term holidays loom, the pound fell below $1.27 for the first time since January.

Premier League clubs 'fail to cash in on stadium rights'
Teams are missing out on £142m, with Man United's ground the most valuable asset, a report says.

Jamie Oliver restaurant chain collapse costs 1,000 jobs
The UK celebrity chef says he is "devastated" as his restaurant group goes into administration.

Electric cars not attractive for most people in the UK
Just one in four people would consider buying a fully electric car in the next five years, a study finds.

Marathon Oil firm fined £1.16m for North Sea gas release
It happened on the Brae Alpha platform in 2015, luckily while most of the personnel were gathered for their Boxing Day meal.

Carmaker Ford announces 7,000 job cuts
The US car giant says it will shed 10% of its salaried workforce by the end of August to cut costs.

Japan economy beats expectations of slowdown
Analysts had tipped the world's third largest economy would shrink slightly at the start of 2019.

Thomas Cook reassures holidaymakers after shares plunge
Troubled travel firm has been reassuring customers who flooded the firm with concerns about holiday trips.

Ryanair expects to win in airline 'fare wars'
Europe's biggest discount airline says fares are "artificially low" after profits fall by a third.

Warning over 'new eurozone crisis'
A senior adviser to the German government fears another European financial crisis could be brewing.

The pun-loving computer programs that write adverts
AI-powered advertising copywriters are coming, but can they be taught to be as inventive as humans?

'The bullying got worse and worse and I snapped'
How a troubled childhood gave investor Guy Hands the drive to succeed in life.

How the humble brick built the world
Why bricks are still a vital building technology.

Are our weddings too white?
Why it might be time to rethink the way we celebrate as more couples come from diverse backgrounds.

The firms turning their workers into owners
Aficionados of employee-owned companies say it makes perfect business sense.

The doctor who invented 18 medical devices
Professionals are finding holes in the system and turning into entrepreneurs to fill gaps in the market.

The pistachios that need police protection
In Sicily, police are moving to stop criminals stealing the island's pistachios ahead of this year's harvest.

Hawksmoor wine mistake: How is any bottle worth £4,500?
Experts explain why wine can be priced at thousands of pounds, how it tastes, and who buys it.

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

How Japan is keeping people with dementia safe
Each year in Japan thousands of elderly dementia sufferers go missing, but technology can now help.

The Nobel prize-winner tackling Parkinson's disease
Nobel prize-winner Randy Schekman is launching a new project to tackle Parkinson's disease.

'Your team is your product, build a well-oiled machine'
Travel website boss Avi Meir advises focusing on staff because "your team is your product".

Inside the world's most expensive election
With voting completed, India is now waiting to see who will be its next prime minister.

A senior adviser to the German government fears another European crisis could be brewing.
A senior adviser to the German government fears another European financial crisis could be brewing.

How Monopoly became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how Monopoly became a million dollar idea

Who are the Chinese tech giants know as the BATs?
China has come up with its own champions - Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, known as the BATs.
 
 
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