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China hits back at Trump with tariffs on $60bn of US goods
The measures come after the US imposed tariffs on $200bn of Chinese imports.
Tesla shares hit by criminal probe report
Elon Musk claimed he had secured funding to take the firm private but later dropped the idea.
Apple pays disputed Irish tax bill
The tech giant has paid €14bn, that the European Commission ruled it owed due to illegal tax breaks.
Ferrari to launch 15 new models by 2022
The sports carmaker embarks on an "ambitious" five-year growth strategy under its new boss.
BMW to close Mini plant for a month post-Brexit
The factory will bring forward its annual shutdown to avoid disruption in case of a no-deal departure.
McDonald's workers strike over sexual harassment policy
American employees call on the fast food giant to do more to tackle workplace sexual harassment.
BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen face EU diesel emissions probe
BMW, Daimler and VW are being investigated to see if they agreed to restrict emissions control systems.
Why do billionaires want to own the news?
Salesforce founder's purchase of Time magazine is the latest example of moguls buying news outlets.
Formula 1's owners sign sponsorship rights deal for in-play betting
Formula 1's owners sign a deal, reportedly worth more than $100m, to sell sponsorship rights to betting companies.
Elon Musk unveils first tourist for SpaceX 'Moon loop'
The first private passenger to fly around the Moon with SpaceX will be a Japanese billionaire.
Honda: No-deal Brexit 'would cost tens of millions'
The Japanese carmaker would be less competitive if the UK quits the EU without a deal, it tells the BBC.
UK visas: High-skilled migrants cap 'should be scrapped'
A key report commissioned by the government says there should be no limit on skilled workers coming to the UK.
Elon Musk sued for libel by British Thai cave rescuer
The billionaire had accused cave diver Vernon Unsworth of being a "child rapist", without evidence.
Coca-Cola 'in talks' over cannabis-infused drinks
A report says the drinks giant is in discussions to develop pot-infused beverages with a cannabis firm.
'Smart' meal replacement drink hits UK
The Silicon Valley drink product has changed its formula for the British market.
New 100 and 200 euro notes unveiled
The new notes are smaller than the current versions, meaning they will fit better in people's wallets.
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The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.
Chowberry app prevents food waste in Nigeria
Oscar Ekponimo's mobile app Chowberry connects people to supermarket food that would ordinarily end up in the bin.
TimeOut boss: 'I am the chief servant officer'
TimeOut boss Julio Bruno says he is not a chief executive officer but a "chief servant officer".
Storms, viruses, bankers: What could cause another economic crisis?
Ten years ago the global economy almost collapsed, but what happened next and what might cause another global economic crisis?
'I lost my dream job at Lehman and now make pasta'
Natalia Rogoff lost her "dream job" when Lehman Brothers went bust, she then set up a pasta business.
How sunglasses became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how sunglasses became a million dollar idea.
Why the shock of 2008 still matters today
Ten years ago the collapse of an American investment bank changed British life forever.
Sam Morgan: The 17-year-old dressing football's biggest names
Sam Morgan is 17 and a personal shopper for some of football's biggest names, including Paul Pogba, and Kevin de Bruyne.
WEF: Robots 'will create more jobs than they displace'
Robots will create more jobs than they replace, although many roles will become redundant, a report says.
Salesforce billionaire Marc Benioff to buy Time magazine
Marc Benioff becomes the latest tech entrepreneur to buy a media title with the $190m purchase.
'I dialled into work and prayed my baby wouldn't wake up'
Winning flexible working hours can bring a new set of major problems, a survey finds.
The rise of the payment app: 'I hardly use cash any more'
Person-to-person payment apps are rising fast in popularity around the world, but are they safe?
Tackling food waste in Nigeria with an app
Nigerian tech entrepreneur Oscar Ekponimo has invented an app which will help cut down on food waste.
'People thought we were interns but we were in charge'
Jamie Beaton and Sharndre Kushor, founders of popular online tutoring business Crimson Education, say their young age can confuse people.
The Bezos backlash: Is 'big philanthropy' a charade?
The Amazon founder has pledged to donate $2bn, but critics say he should pay Amazon workers more instead.
Can the city of pizza reinvent itself as a tech hub?
How a city best known for pizza, football and crime is embracing tech to revive its fortunes.
Lehman anniversary: The five most surprising consequences
A decade on, some of the big consequences of the financial crisis are also the most surprising.
Recovery and clouds on the Spanish horizon
Ten years on from Spain's financial crisis, it's possible to see recovery and clouds on the horizon.
The UK's growing tech trade ties with Israel
As the UK looks at developing more trade deals outside the EU after Brexit, its increasing ties with Israel could provide the model.
Who's winning the global race to offer superfast 5G?
China, the US and the UK are all vying to dominate the market for next-generation mobile networks.
The magic number when it comes to composting
More and more packaging is claiming to be "biodegradable" or "compostable", but what does that really mean?