BBC News - Business
Updated: 1 hour 42 min ago
Does the resilience of independent Asian businesses make them better equipped to survive the challenges of Brexit?
The takeover has boosted "trading intensity", it says, but the market remains "extremely competitive".
Telecoms executive, Robyn Denholm, will take over the role while Elon Musk remains chief executive.
Prince Andrew says his Pitch@Palace initiative should not stop supporting entrepreneurs in the Kingdom.
NuGen had been developing the Moorside nuclear power station project in Cumbria, north-west England.
Researchers in Latvia are developing drones that can find people who are lost in the forest.
Greece’s key shipping industry – the biggest in the world – is going to be greatly affected by the US ban on Iranian oil exports.
More than 7,000 people stick with monochrome viewing half a century after colour broadcasts began.
The collapse of a rural bank reveals the extent of corruption in South Africa.
The Dow and S&P 500 jumped 2.1%, while the Nasdaq climbed 2.6%.
Samsung unveils a folding handset that turns into a tablet at an event in San Francisco.
Shares in the fashion firm and cosmetics company plunge after reporting weak sales in Europe.
The chief executive of Three UK says UK homes could benefit from giving up their fixed-line connections.
Riot Games faces legal action over its alleged "bro culture" workplace.
The Harry Potter author claims the ex-employee used her money to fund shopping sprees for luxury goods.
John Lewis Partnership says Sir Charlie Mayfield will depart in 2020 after 13 years in the role.
M&S chief executive Steve Rowe says he is "protecting the magic" of M&S food.
The warning comes as the UK's largest lender says prices are rising at the lowest rate for five years
Persimmon said Jeff Fairburn was leaving because the 'negative impact' on its reputation over his pay.
The retailer reports lower sales for food as well as clothing in the six months to September.