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HSBC suspends banker over 'nut job' climate comments, say reports
The banking giant has reportedly suspended its responsible investing leader Stuart Kirk.

Governments should subsidise food and energy, says IMF boss
Managing director Kristalina Georgieva says state subsidies can help with the cost of living.

Palm oil firms depriving tribes of millions of dollars
Companies supplying major manufacturers fail to meet promises to share land, joint BBC investigation finds.

Pay gap between bosses and staff expected to widen
The High Pay Centre says pay gaps were the greatest in the retail sector in the early months of 2022.

E.On UK boss warns 40% of customers face fuel poverty
Chief executive Michael Lewis calls for government intervention to help struggling households.

Russia halts gas supplies to Finland
Finland has refused to pay for gas in roubles but also angered Moscow by applying to join Nato.

Canada to ban China's Huawei and ZTE from its 5G networks
The UK, US, Australia and New Zealand have also barred the Chinese telecoms equipment makers.

Sri Lanka defaults on debt for first time in its history
The governor of the country's central bank and two major credit rating agencies said it has defaulted.

Cyber security: Global food supply chain at risk from malicious hackers
The growth of "smart" farm machinery is increasing the risk of hacking of food and farming systems.

Twitter steps up Ukraine misinformation fight
The social media platform says it will put false claims from official accounts behind warning notices.

Australia election 2022: Cost of living worries voters
If interest rates keep rising 300,000 Australians may default on mortgage repayments.

Russian McDonald's buyer to rebrand restaurants
The fast food giant says the new owner of its 850 Russian restaurants will operate them under a new brand.

Leaky Gucci and Adidas 'sun umbrella' sparks China outcry
Chinese social media users say they are shocked the £1,329 item will not stop rain.

Ukraine invasion could cause global food crisis, UN warns
UN chief Antonio Guterres warns that developing countries face disaster due to rising prices.

Ratan Tata: Tycoon's ride in India's cheapest car wins internet
When Ratan Tata recently rode in the Nano, he revived the frenzy over India's "most affordable car".

Royal Mail warns it will put prices up again
The company says it has to act to cover higher costs, including wages, energy and fuel expenses.

Global stock markets fall as growth fears rattle investors
UK shares slide after more signs of waning consumer confidence trigger steep falls in US markets.

Martin Shkreli 'Pharma bro' released early from prison
Mr Shkreli was convicted in 2017 of defrauding investors.

India seeks to win public trust in crisis-hit Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's giant neighbour is emerging as one of its biggest providers of aid, after years of mistrust.

McDonald's and Wendy's sued for burger ads that mislead on size
A lawsuit accuses the firms of advertising burgers that look bigger than they actually are.

Rishi Sunak warns of tough few months as inflation soars
The chancellor says it won't be easy to tackle cost of living crisis as inflation hits 40-year high.

Cost of living: Calls to bring benefit and pension rises forward
Big increases are due next April but charities say soaring prices mean people need the money now.

Netflix cuts 150 US-based jobs after losing subscribers
The US streaming giant is forced to lay off staff to minimise cost of viewers quitting the service.

Germany beer bottle shortage: Industry warns of 'tense' situation
Rising energy costs and a shortage of lorry drivers could lead to a beer bottle shortage this summer.

China Eastern plane crash likely intentional, US reports say
Flight data reportedly indicates someone in the cockpit made the China Eastern Airlines jet crash.

Californian court declares law requiring women on boards unconstitutional
The court said the law, which forced boards to have up to three women directors, was discriminatory.

Global firms are boosting baby formula supplies in the US
Nestle is flying in additional shipments from Europe as the US faces a shortage.

Social platforms' Buffalo shooting response called inadequate
Campaigners accuse technology companies of failing to block and remove content posted by the attacker.

Elon Musk warns Twitter deal stuck without fake account proof
The deal to buy Twitter can't "move forward" without proof of spam account numbers, Mr Musk says.

The radio station giving indigenous people a voice
A new station in Panama allows marginalised groups to speak out about their lives and communities.

Why your haircut is getting more expensive
Chain Trevor Sorbie says they are now spending thousands more each month.

How Gen Z is hooked on cryptocurrency and NFTs
A growing number of young people are getting into crypto trading - despite the risks.

Will swapping out electric car batteries catch on?
One Chinese carmaker has plans for thousands of stations in Europe where you can switch batteries.

The new jet set - why private plane usage has soared
The pandemic led to more people using private jets, but is the increase set to continue?

Why the volatile price of aluminium matters
From door frames to aircraft and food packaging - how soaring prices will impact the world economy.

Why India's poorest children are falling further behind
Lack of access to smartphones and computers is widening the education gulf in India.

Peloton warns 'turnarounds are hard' as losses rise
Demand for Peloton's bikes and treadmills has sunk as pre-pandemic exercise habits return.

Is it fair for fantasy football managers to rely on AI?
Some managers think artificial intelligence helps remove their bias but others think it's cheating.

How fast food giants like McDonald's found their Indian soul
What is it about the Indian market that impels even the biggest food chains to adjust to local needs?

'I nearly drowned on holiday, but it inspired my business'
Dhruvin Patel talks about becoming an entrepreneur after surviving a terrifying accident.

The perfect storm increasing the cost of a crucial metal
Nickel is essential for batteries and stainless steel but suppliers are struggling to meet demand.

Why Europe will have to face the true cost of being in debt to China
The Beijing investment offers that need to be weighed up by European countries.

'An hour a day built my million-pound side hustle'
Joel Remy-Parkes of kids tableware company Bamboo Bamboo shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.

Why I didn't use my real name at work
Should you change your name to fit in at work? We look at why some people have anglicised their names.

This plug socket tells you if your energy is green
A power socket that helps you save electricity and tells you if it's from renewable sources.

The Apprentice winner Harpreet Kaur: Sometimes I don't realise how direct I am
Harpreet Kaur also tells BBC Breakfast that her sister is "definitely staying within the business".

E-waste: Royal Mint wants to turn your old phone into gold
The Royal Mint has found a way to turn old circuit boards from phones, computers and televisions into gold.
 
 
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