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Paris has been particularly badly hit, with cars burned, shops looted and major tourist sites closed.

How the star of Sheryl Sandberg dimmed
Facebook is in crisis. And the firm's chief operating officer, once the golden girl, is taking the heat.

Interserve: Major government contractor seeks second rescue deal
Interserve, which provides services in prisons, schools and hospitals, is struggling with £500m debts.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey criticised for 'tone deaf' Myanmar tweets
Jack Dorsey is accused of ignoring the persecution of the country's Muslim Rohingya minority.

UK shopper footfall down as Black Friday bites
The Black Friday effect is driving more shopping online for a longer period, retail researchers say.

O2 'to seek millions' in damages over data outage
The mobile phone operator is understood to be demanding damages from supplier Ericsson.

Huawei arrest: China demands Canada free Meng Wanzhou
The foreign ministry demands Canada release CFO Meng Wanzhou, who faces fraud charges in the US.

Wall Street ends lower after a down week
A cluster of concerns has cast markets into turmoil.

Huawei: The rapid growth of a Chinese champion in five charts
China's tech giant leads the market for telecoms infrastructure, and is second only to Samsung in smartphone sales.

Ted Baker boss takes leave of absence
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Oil prices rise on planned Opec cuts
Opec and allies agree to cut oil production by more than one million barrels per day.

US jobs growth slows in November
US employers add 155,000 jobs in November, fewer than expected.

Huawei arrest: Justin Trudeau denies political motivation
Canada's PM gives his first response after the arrest of a Chinese executive that angered Beijing.

Facebook could threaten democracy, says former GCHQ boss
The social media giant must do more to protect user data, says former GCHQ boss Robert Hannigan.

Australia data encryption laws explained
Tech firms say the controversial laws could weaken overall security for users of messenger apps.

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

'The wrong investors can lead to meltdown'
Choose investors carefully as "the wrong ones can lead to meltdown", says CEO Nikolay Piriankov.

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

Reality Check: Your Christmas tree's carbon footprint
What impact do Christmas trees have on the environment and should you go fake or fir?

How 5G connectivity could keep these hi-tech cows healthy
How superfast mobile connectivity will help dairy farmers monitor the health of their cows.

Brexit: How will it affect chocolate supplies?
James Ecclestone runs a small chocolate factory and says that Brexit could force his company to move abroad.

A journey underground into one of Poland's working mines
As Poland hosts COP24 in nearby Katowice, David Shukman journeys into the depths of a working mine.

'Excellence isn't an act, it's a habit'
'Excellence isn't an act, it's a habit'

Called the wrong name at work? Awkward...
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The divorced entrepreneur who needed a spare room
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The blind woman developing tech for the good of others
Chieko Asakawa, blind since 14, develops groundbreaking technology for the visually impaired.

Mexico 1971: When women's football hit the big time
With the 2019 Women's World Cup draw on Saturday, we look back at the groundbreaking unofficial 1971 event in Mexico.

Who really influences the price of oil?
Does Opec still control the price of oil in today's global market?

Can a brand create a 'sonic identity' from light bulbs?
Sound is enjoying a renaissance in marketing circles, but do firms understand how to use it?

Will Opec defy Trump's call for low oil prices?
Oil prices recently hit 12-month lows. Opec wants to raise them, President Trump wants them lowered.

South Africa: Taking on a mining firm and winning
After a decade-long battle, a small South African community stopped its land being turned into a titanium mine.

Donald Trump v the world: US tariffs in four charts
From Spanish olives to Chinese aluminium, no corner of the world has been untouched by US trade tariffs.

Pampered pups: Is the 'pooch pound' out of control?
The "humanisation" of dogs is driving a booming market in upmarket dog food, accessories and services.

Is the shopping centre ready to check out?
They were once visions of the future, but are shopping centres now past their sell-by date?

Carmichael project: Visiting Australia's controversial Adani mine
The BBC's Vineet Khare visited the controversial Carmichael project by Indian energy giant Adani.

Are free ports the future?
Can free ports spark a post-Brexit manufacturing boom? Jonty Bloom reports from Teesside, which plans to become the UK's first free port.

'People find anything about the vagina hard to talk about'
An innovation surge and the lifting of health taboos is giving rise to an industry worth billions.

Huawei: Why has UK not blocked Chinese firm's 5G kit?
New Zealand's bar on the company's 5G kit raises questions about why the UK seems less concerned.

Overseas students turn away from US
The Trump administration is blamed for a downturn in international students enrolling in the US.

Inside Sellafield's death zone with the nuclear clean-up robots
As Sellafield's Thorp nuclear reprocessing plant closes, the huge and dangerous clean-up begins.

'The Rolling Stones inspired me to go into business'
Seeing the British band live made Spencer Rascoff know what to do with his life, but it didn't involve joining a group.

Carlos Ghosn: Five charts on the Nissan boss scandal
Five charts on the scandal surrounding Carlos Ghosn, whose downfall has shocked the global car industry.

The app that makes writing less lonely
An app is encouraging young authors to take up creative writing, by getting them to work in teams on their mobiles.
 
 
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