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Trump 'ready' to tax all Chinese imports
The US president says he is prepared to slap tariffs on all $500bn of imports from China.
Six ways China could retaliate in a trade war
With the US President suggesting tariffs could hit $500bn of goods, China could retaliate in several ways.
US faces retaliation if car tariffs go ahead
The US is considering tariffs on foreign cars but the EU, Mexico and Canada say they would retaliate.
Landlords in legal challenge to House of Fraser rescue
In a legal challenge landlords say they have been unfairly treated in the rescue deal for House of Fraser.
Japan's Kobe Steel indicted over quality scandal
Kobe Steel, which is Japan's third-largest steelmaker, first admitted to the wrongdoing last year.
Holidaymakers hit as pound falls
Britons heading abroad are seeing the poorest exchange rates for nine months.
Singapore personal data hack hits 1.5m, health authority says
The attack by hackers on a health database has affected about a quarter of the population.
James Packer: Australia tycoon quits boards amid focus on health
James Packer retreats from business life after a tumultuous period that affected him psychologically.
Comcast likely to be new owner of Sky
The US cable TV giant Comcast is likely to be the new owner of Sky after a lengthy takeover battle.
Reality Check: The Brexit challenge for Irish trade
How much of Ireland's trade goes via ports in Great Britain?
UK government borrowing at 11-year low
Public sector borrowing between April and June fell to the lowest level since 2007.
Ryanair pilot strike to continue next week
The Irish low-cost airline is facing a series of walkouts by staff over working conditions.
Trump criticises US central bank's interest rate rises
Mr Trump says he is "not happy" with rising interest rates which he argues put the US at a disadvantage.
Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions
The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year in a bid to protect its brand.
BBC World News business headlines
The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.
Kitty Hawk Flyer: 'A big drone that a human can fit in'
A look inside the Kitty Hawk Flyer, a new flying car from the firm backed by Google's Larry Page.
Teaching the elite to fly helicopters
State of the art airborne classrooms to help test pilots perfect their helicopter flying skills.
Business booming for giant cargo planes
$7tn of goods travel by air every year. Much of it goes in the hold of normal airliners. But for those big, awkward loads, something rather larger is required.
Formula 1: The tech driving the races
BBC Click gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the technology behind F1.
The perilous search for 'Himalayan Viagra'
More valuable than gold, Yarsagumba fungus is only found in the Himalayas above 3,000 metres.
'Don't be do-gooders. Do things'
Cafédirect boss John Steel says his firm is not "here to be do-gooders, we're here to do things".
Self-made business owners on Kylie Jenner and their tips for success
The BBC spoke to female business owners about Kylie Jenner and their personal tips for success.
Boomless speed
Three firms are vying to be the first to reintroduce commercial supersonic flight in the next decade.
Unlikely partners?
Israel may be a big ally of the US, but it is moving ahead with ever more business deals with China.
Rose gold rising
Rose gold clothes, shoes, furniture, cars, weddings - why is this colour still so popular?
Bright as a Button
A student racing car competition wants to tackle a global shortage of recruits into engineering.
Emotional surveillance
How facial recognition is being used to identify suspects in crowds and spot suspicious behaviour.
Chinese whispers
Two Chinese companies are implicated in the scandal around the Malaysian investment fund, 1MDB.
'It was pretty crazy'
Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi had never met before they teamed up to launch cloud storage giant Dropbox.
Active defence
How firms are using cutting-edge techniques to stop cyber criminals breaching their networks.
Shedding pounds
With ever-more money being spent on fitness, BBC News asks who spends most and what is it spent on?
Beauty queen
Kylie Jenner is not old enough to drink alcohol in the US yet, but is worth almost $1bn.
Tariff battle
After the US imposes tariffs on $34bn of goods from China, the BBC looks at President Trump's move.
Trading places
President Trump vows to move quickly on a UK trade deal after Brexit - but the reality is more complex.
Playing Chequers
The UK government is due to set out its plans for the country's post-Brexit relationship with the EU. What do we know so far?
Korea lesson
The popularity of K-pop is driving a global boom in learning the Korean language.
Ground breaking tech
Virtual reality, drones and automation are making mining safer and more productive.
Citroën CEO: ‘Directors' egos can be a bit like four-year-olds’
Linda Jackson is the first female and first British CEO of French carmaker Citroën.
'One of the lucky ones'
Simplyhealth chief executive Romana Adbin didn't let the lasting impact of polio hold her back.
From podium to boardroom
David Coulthard swapped the high-powered world of Formula 1 for a new career path in the media and business.
Farnborough Airshow: A380's 'best years still to come'
Airbus executive claims the "best years" of the troubled super-jumbo programme are ahead of it.
Farnborough Airshow: Aircraft sales to hit $6.3tn on China trade
China will pass the US as the biggest air travel market within 10-15 years, Boeing says.
New Tempest fighter jet model unveiled
The UK plans to invest £2bn in the new jet, which can be used with either pilots or as a drone.
Lift-off for Scotland: Sutherland to host first UK spaceport
The UK Space Agency backs Scotland's north coast as the place to launch satellites to orbit.