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British Airways: Chaos continues at Heathrow
More than a third of departures are cancelled after an IT crash causes a second day of disruption.
US might extend cabin laptop ban worldwide, top official says
Security chief John Kelly says terrorists are obsessed with the idea of attacking a US plane.
Uber CEO Kalanick's mother dies in boat accident
Travis Kalanick's parents were out on a lake in California when their boat sank, police said.
Merkel: Europe 'can no longer rely on allies' after Trump and Brexit
The German chancellor says Europe must "fight for its own destiny" at an election campaign event.
US growth rate revised up to 1.2%
The US economy grew at a faster pace than initially thought in the first three months of the year.
Amazon's newest bricks and mortar store opens in New York
The online retail giant increases its physical presence as its seventh outlet opens for business.
The fishing port where the catch is soaring house prices
A Scottish fishing port has seen house prices very nearly double over the last decade.
Call to raise retirement age to at least 70
The looming pensions crisis is as serious as climate change, says the World Economic Forum.
Tories and Labour not being honest with voters: IFS
The Institute for Fiscal Studies says the Conservatives and Labour should own up on economic plans.
Gatwick Airport flights depart without luggage
The airport is working with airlines to get passengers's luggage to them "as soon as possible".
UK achieves solar power record as temperatures soar
National Grid says nearly a quarter of all electricity generation came from solar power at one point on Friday.
Contactless payment fraud soars to £7m
In some cases, thieves used stolen cards for contactless payments weeks after the card was cancelled. denies exploiting users' DNA
The genealogy service says it is changing its terms and conditions after being criticised.
Ansell offloads condom division for $600m
A Chinese consortium buys the world's second-largest condom business owned by Australia's Ansell.
Apple's Jonathan Ive says immigration vital for UK firms
Sir Jonathan Ive says Britain must keep its doors open to top talent if tech firms are to thrive.
Petrofac executive suspended amid fraud probe
Shares in the oil services firm dive 30% after chief operating officer Marwan Chedid is suspended.
Fever-Tree founder toasts £73m share sale
One of the co-founders of the upmarket mixer drinks maker sells a 3.9% stake in the company.
Google AI defeats human Go champion
Chinese Go player Ke Jie has lost two games of Go to Google's artificial intelligence.
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The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.
Is Sri Lanka 'up for sale'?
Sri Lanka is allowing Chinese firms to take over key assets, as it struggles to repay loans it was given by China.
Are these the world's most unusual jobs?
An emoji translator and a wedding hashtag creator. BBC Minute speaks to five people with jobs you probably never knew existed.
Amazon opens seventh US bookstore
Amazon opens bookstore in New York
How Balenciaga shaped modern fashion
It marks 100 years of his first fashion house in San Sebastian and 80 years of his Paris fashion house.
Why are so many Sri Lankans learning Chinese?
China is behind the bulk of infrastructure development on the island of Sri Lanka - and many young Sri Lankans see opportunity in the growing links between the nations.
Making money-making movies on a budget
Film maker Jason Blum explains how you can make money-making movies on a low budget.
Jonathan Ive: UK needs global talent
The UK should keep its doors open to global talent after Brexit, Sir Jonathan Ive tells the BBC.
Bank of Scotland unveils new £10 plastic note design
Bank of Scotland says its new £10 polymer note is due to enter circulation in the autumn.
Burger King ad angers real-life Belgian royal family
The advert asks people to choose between Belgium's king and the company mascot.
BA - what are my rights?
There are EU regulations governing compensation for cancelled flights leaving from EU airports.
Going up?
Why is this highly successful mass transit system so underrated?
Five questions for BA
Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.
The British (pitch) invasion
The little-known tale of when the British inspired sports entrepreneurs to launch a football league in America.
Trapped in debt
China is investing billions in Sri Lanka, but many local citizens feel the country is being sold to the Chinese.
Mapping a new frontier
Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.
Paradise in the Med
Malta has tried to shake off claims it is the "Panama of the EU" - but the EU is worried about its tax system.
Trading fortunes
How the world has been transformed by international trade. We highlight some of the important numbers.
Bad sex scenes
As more and more people listen to podcasts, how can podcast makers make money from what they do?
Proud papa
Donald Trump is proposing the first, federal paid family leave law. How far does it go?
'Nothing we could do'
Mexico is the world's fourth largest car exporter, but could Donald Trump bring this to an end?
Not just Bitcoin...
Why digital currencies are hitting record highs.
Brum in the sun
There are now more than 240 international campuses as universities take their brands to a global market.
Cuban revolution
As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.
Dough kidding
How strict quality control and unusual Asian toppings helped a Japanese expat build a popular pizza chain in Vietnam.
Reproductive rebels
Contraception wasn’t just socially groundbreaking - it also changed the professional landscape.
Too big to fail?
Croatia has only 4m people, and 60,000 work for the company that owns 1,000 supermarkets.
WannaCry lessons
How can businesses protect themselves against future cyber-attacks?
Anything to declare?
The firms helping travellers to transport goods around the world for complete strangers, and how they overcome security concerns.
Affordable art
You don't have to spend millions of pounds to buy an original piece of art.
University of Apple
Apple is expanding its European academy to find the next generation of coding and app creators.
The mysterious Daniel M
How a case of alleged espionage highlights the often fractious relationship between the countries.
Gene genie
DNA-testing kits for health and fitness are growing in popularity, but is it all hype?
TV dinners
The industrialisation of food production has saved us time - but we are paying the price in other ways.
As more ransomware cases are looming, how can you protect yourself or your organisation from attack?