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Adani: How the billionaire's empire lost $100bn in days
The business tycoon has seen billions wiped off his wealth after a US investment firm's scathing report.

UK to see shorter recession, says Bank of England
The slump is now expected to last just over a year rather than almost two years.

Shell reports highest profits in 115 years
Critics call for higher taxes on energy firms as Shell reports a record $39.9bn of profit.

Fed announces smaller rate rise as inflation cools
The US central bank announces its smallest rate rise in nearly a year.

King Charles will not appear on new Australia $5 note
The new note will feature a design that "honours the culture and history" of Indigenous Australians.

Crypto theft: North Korea-linked hackers stole $1.7b in 2022
Experts say the country, facing heavy sanctions, is turning to crypto theft to fund its nuclear arsenal.

Adani calls off share sale after price plunges
Gautam Adani, one of Asia's richest people, has seen his firms lose more than $90bn in market value.

UK interest rates: How high could they go and how the rise affects you?
The Bank of England has increased interest rates to 4%, pushing the cost of some mortgages up further.

Facebook: Quarter of global population used site daily in December
The firm's shares surge, as boss Mark Zuckerberg declares 2023 a "year of efficiency".

ChatGPT firm trials $20 monthly subscription fee
The chatbot has been used millions of times since its public launch last year.

British Gas admits agents break into struggling customers' homes
Its boss expresses "horror" that agents entered customers' homes to fit prepayment meters.

Elon Musk's Tesla lost $140m on Bitcoin in 2022
Tesla invested $1.5bn in the cryptocurrency in early 2021, and briefly accepted it as payment.

EU takes on US as tries to win electric car battle
The move comes after the US announced big investments in climate friendly technology.

Water bills to increase by most in almost 20 years from April
The annual bill for the average household in England and Wales will go up by £31, Water UK says.

Missing radioactive capsule found in Australia
Emergency services "literally found the needle in the haystack", authorities have said.

HSBC staff get a uniform of jumpsuits and jeans
The shift to casual wear for the bank's UK branch staff comes after BA unveiled jumpsuits for cabin crew.

Tech layoffs: PayPal cuts 2,000 jobs as global economy weakens
The online payments platform is the latest technology firm to cut costs as the global economy weakens.

UK house prices fall for fifth month in a row
The price of the average property in January was £258,297, a decline of 0.6% on December.

White House calls Exxon record profit 'outrageous'
Exxon boss Darren Woods says the White House needed to "get its facts straight" over criticism.

UK government promises robust crypto regulation
Proposals are being set out as scandals and tumbling values raise questions about the industry's future.

The trucks ditching diesel and drivers
From addressing the climate emergency to the shortage of HGV drivers, is this the future?

How to add 'sizzle' to meat-free products
Firms are creating artificial animal fats that they promise will make meat-free products taste better.

The new tech offering relief from the misery of period pain
Two start-up firms are making wearable technology that targets menstrual discomfort.

'Elon Musk has made me embarrassed to drive my Tesla now'
Elon Musk was once hailed as the secret to Tesla's success. Now he's one of its problems.

Hemp makes a comeback in the construction industry
A revival of hemp cultivation in Portugal has spurred the use of hemp blocks in construction.

Subscription-based bike hire schemes on a roll
A growing number of people are choosing to hire a bicycle over a long period of time.

Heat pumps: The 'geeks' obsessing over their new heating systems
More people are heating their homes with heat pumps and some are getting data obsessed.

Eight-year-old Indian diamond heiress who became a nun
Activists say Devanshi's vows of renunciation that make her a Jain nun are a violation of her rights.

Turning problem sea algae into a replacement for plastic
Seaweed and microalgae is increasingly being turned into useful products.

How drones could be the future of Indian farming
Companies in India are encouraging farmers to switch to drones - but is that working?

CEO Secrets: Boxing boss reveals his punishing routine
Ben Amanna, founder and CEO of Boxraw, which sells kit and clothing for boxing, shares his business advice.

Cost of living: 'I want to be prepared for any eventuality'
Battery-powered lanterns and cleaning the fireplace, the BBC explores how habits are changing this winter.

Meet the designers with learning disabilities
A design agency in Barcelona has creatives with learning disabilities, autism and schizophrenia.

Why inflation is so high - and your other questions answered
The BBC's economics editor Faisal Islam answers your questions on inflation.
 
 
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