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Carlos Ghosn : Renault names interim chief executive
Thierry Bolloré will lead the French car maker but Carlos Ghosn remains as chairman and chief executive.
US adviser hints at evicting China from WTO
One of President Trump's top advisers says China has 'misbehaved' as a member of the WTO.
Markets drop as tech slowdown fears grow
A sell-off led by technology firms spreads to other stocks; oil prices sink by nearly 7%.
What's gone wrong at Victoria's Secret?
A new boss has been named to lead the brand, which is grappling with declining sales.
UK sugar tax on drinks raises £154m
Income from the levy, which began in April, is on track to meet the estimate of £240m.
Elon Musk renames his BFR spacecraft Starship
The entrepreneur would not reveal why he had renamed the craft, which has still not yet been built.
Airbnb removes Israeli West Bank settlement listings
The US firm says it will take home rentals in Israeli settlements on occupied land off its website.
Brexit fears fail to dent EasyJet bookings
Shares fall despite airline reporting record annual profits and "promising" bookings for next year.
Father sues McDonald's over 'advertising' of Happy Meals
A class-action lawsuit alleges McDonald's Happy Meals break local laws against marketing to children.
Migrant workers send home £8bn to families
The UN says money sent home pays for school, but too much is taken in transfer charges.
Australian media merger to shake up sector
Fairfax gets "overwhelming" shareholder support for the deal, in a big shake-up of Australian media.
'Tulip' tower planned for London's skyline
The building will feature internal slides and moving transparent pods which run outside the building.
UK's richest man eyes North Sea oil and gas fields
Jim Ratcliffe's company Ineos is in talks to buy assets reportedly worth $3bn from ConocoPhillips.
Climate change: Report raises new optimism over industry
Cutting emissions from heavy industry would generate savings and boost economic growth, commission argues.
Apec summit ends without statement over US-China division
There is no formal leaders' statement for the first time amid competing visions for the region.
Small UK firms 'fed up' with Brexit turmoil
Small businesses owners give their reaction to the Brexit talks and the PM's draft Brexit agreement.
Johnston Press: Publisher of i paper bought out
Jobs and newspaper titles at Johnston Press are secured after the publisher is bought by a new company.
Japan Airlines tightens alcohol rules for pilots
The new safety measures follow a string of incidents and delayed flights due to intoxicated pilots.
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Alex Rodriguez: 'London is open for business and baseball'
Former Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is in London to promote Major League Baseball in the UK.
NY Stock Exchange President: 'A man wouldn't get that question'
Stacey Cunningham is the first female president of the New York Stock Exchange.
Transgender women in India: 'This is how we survive'
Transgender people in India were granted legal status in 2014 but many face discrimination and struggle to find work.
'You'll fail a lot, but failure is hollow'
You'll fail a lot but you'll learn as an entrepreneur from your failures, says Mohamed Al Awadhi.
China and the Pacific: The islander chosen to spread the Chinese way
China's push for influence in the Pacific includes offering full scholarships to overseas students.
Brexit agreement: What does the 585-page document say?
The BBC's Adam Fleming takes a brief look at what's in the 585-page Brexit agreement document.
UK toymakers unveil their Christmas wish-list
The UK's toymakers unveil what they hope will be this year's most sought-after Christmas presents.
Chicago lift fall: Six survive 875 North Michigan Avenue drama
Trapped in a falling Chicago lift, they thought they were going to die as they plummeted 84 floors.
Tumblr removed from Apple app store over abuse images
The app was removed from Apple's store after images showing child sexual abuse were discovered.
The corporate scandals that rocked Japan
The arrest of Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn is the latest company crisis to hit Japan Inc.
Why do we put up with so many bad managers?
Why do businesses have so many bad managers? asks author Alison Green.
Would you buy a handbag from Plada or Loius Vuitton?
From fake shops to copycat products, firms around the world are losing billions to copyright theft.
Carlos Ghosn: Renault-Nissan's relentless 'cost killer'
The boss of Renault-Nissan is one of the car industry's big beasts who has revived two global giants.
'I broke 22 bones and lost a year's memory'
The multimillionaire Dutch businessman who risks his life racing off road motorbikes.
Dream job: ‘My 9-to-5 is a US road trip’
Financial adviser Leo Millward has found a way to turn his job into an American road-trip odyssey.
Streaming wars: Can Disney topple Netflix?
Netflix is the leader in online video. Will Disney's plans check its growth?
How 'miniature suns' could provide cheap, clean energy
Is much-heralded nuclear fusion finally ready to fulfil its promise of abundant energy for all?
What does the Brexit deal mean for you?
BBC experts answer your questions on the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement.
'How Amazon helped me transition to a woman'
Sophie Roberts is a software developer at the tech giant who came out at work in October.
Brexit: A guide to where we are
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with Brussels. What happens now?
Should we pay people for donating blood?
Worldwide sales of blood plasma are increasingly strongly, but is it ethically right that people should be paid to donate it?
The people with more stuff than they have room for
What is driving the rapid growth in self-storage across the UK?
University 'not for people like us'
The winner of a big education prize grew up thinking poor families like his could not go to university.
Have 'non-traditional' advent calendars peaked already?
Calendars featuring gifts like cosmetics or wine have become a huge hit, but are there too many of them?
Can listening to bees help save them - and us?
Scientists hope artificial intelligence will gives us more insights into bee health and behaviour.
'Most of us hate haggling for a new car'
Entrepreneur James Hind came up with the idea for his £15m website Carwow because he realised how much people dislike buying cars.
Could these balls help reduce plastic pollution?
Microplastics have swamped our ecosystem. Can tech help prevent them entering our water systems?
Choppy waters for Greek shipping sector
Greece’s key shipping industry – the biggest in the world – is going to be greatly affected by the US ban on Iranian oil exports.