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US and China halt imposing import tariffs
No specific numbers are given, but the deal appears to have ended the imminent threat of a trade war.
UK turns blind eye to dirty Russian money, say MPs
The City is being used as "a base for the corrupt assets" of President Putin's allies, says a report.
UK's clean car goal 'not ambitious enough'
An industry expert says petrol and diesel cars should be banned by 2030 or 2035, not 2040.
Chelsea owner Abramovich experiences UK visa renewal 'delay'
A source close to the Chelsea owner says the renewal process is taking "a little longer than usual".
Cambridge Analytica starts bankruptcy proceedings in US
The firm at the centre of the Facebook data row has filed legal papers that will see it wound up.
Airbnb to report homeowners' income to Danish tax authorities
The rental site will report homeowners' income to the Danish tax authorities in the first deal of its kind.
Glencore shares fall on DRC probe fears
A report says the mining giant could face an investigation from the Serious Fraud Office.
China drops sanctions probe into US sorghum imports
Beijing and Washington are currently in talks to avoid the escalation of a trade war.
Smart luggage firms close because of airline battery rules
Two firms have closed this month, citing changes in airline policies on carrying batteries.
Royal wedding 2018: Who's paying?
Security will be the biggest expense, but precise costs are hard to count.
PayPal acquires Swedish payments firm iZettle
The move will boost PayPal's in-store presence as competition in the digital payments sector grow.
Iran nuclear deal: EU moves to avoid impact of US sanctions
The bloc is resurrecting an old statute in order to protect billions of dollars of investment in Iran.
CBS loses initial battle with shareholder
CBS is up against the Redstone family, its biggest shareholder, in a fight for control of the firm.
Ocado shares rise 44% on news of Kroger tech deal
The online grocer has signed a deal to supply its technology to US retail giant Kroger.
Manchester United quarterly sales up by 8%
The Old Trafford club sees growth across broadcast, commercial and matchday income.
YouTube unveils new music streaming service
The new app will combine millions of official songs with all the music already on YouTube.
Gordon Ramsay's restaurant group reports loss as sales fall
The high profile restaurant group has suffered lower sales and plans to close its London venue, Maze.
UK slashes stakes on gambling machines
New rules will reduce the maximum bet from £100 on terminals dubbed the "crack cocaine" of gambling.
Trump financial disclosure: What did we learn?
How did the president's businesses do during his first year in office?
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How the video game became a million dollar idea.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst tells us how the video game became a million dollar idea.
'I know all about AK-47s - and now apples!'
Errol April is a soldier-turned-apple farmer who believes in redistributing land in South Africa.
Capturing waste carbon dioxide deep underground
Iceland is testing a high-tech solution to get rid of waste CO2 by pumping it 1,000m underground.
'The economic crisis killed my father'
Argentina has had to ask the IMF for help again. This has brought bad memories of previous crises to the citizens of Buenos Aires.
What happened to Cape Town's 'Day Zero'?
Cape Town's "Day Zero" when taps would run dry, has been postponed - but drought problems remain.
'We do custom artwork on our skateboards'
Former professional skateboarder Kent Lingeveldt has turned his sport into a business.
Why is Spanish Iberico cured ham so expensive?
A single leg costs hundreds of pounds and increasing demand is pushing prices up.
'I found my call in life'
The language classes multi-millionaire who started out in business doing telesales via a public phone at an airport.
China worries
Washington is worried about Chinese investors. Is the rest of America?
Expensive remittances
New apps are bringing a greater range of services and features to the vital flows of money to families around the world
Carbon rocks
A high-tech solution being tested in Iceland gets rid of waste carbon dioxide by pumping it 1,000m underground.
'It would be a disaster'
Worried Texan businesses call on Trump not to walk away from the free trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada.
Peace mission
Farc guerillas have returned home, but they are often illiterate and unemployed and in urgent need of new skills for jobs.
Pedal power
Dockless bike tech has massively boosted bike-sharing. Is it the future of two-wheeled transport?
Arson warning
How one couple overcame arson threats to build a restaurant business.
Lessons from the past
As the US and China prepare for key trade talks, the BBC's Taiwan correspondent Cindy Sui says that history helps to explain the Chinese viewpoint.
Cava challenge
Spain's sparkling wine, cava, has a problem as it is seen as a cheap drink, say its producers who're seeking to rebrand their fizz.
Flower shower
The 17th Century Tulip Mania price bubble is used as a warning for modern investors - but was it really so bad?
Bad ads
Digital advertising funds the internet but the industry is in crisis, many observers believe.
Seeds of hope
Seeds of hope; one social entrepreneur is using specially-coated tree seeds to restore Kenya’s lost forests.
Analysts believe Walmart overpaid for a majority stake in India's biggest e-commerce company.
War dividend
The global arms trade is now worth $100bn annually, with the US increasingly dominant as the world's top arms exporter.
Wedding sparkle
From jewellery to bags, coats and dresses, the fashion industry is following Meghan Markle's every move
Capital result
London has overtaken Paris and Montreal for the title of best student city, despite being so expensive.
Sea giants do battle
As demand for natural gas continues to surge, huge extraction vessels are about to go into action.
Japan bus drivers: Strikes with a difference
As Japanese bus drivers refuse to take fares, here are some of the world's most unusual strikes.
New kids on the block
From goal-line tech to Video Assistant Referees, football is always on the look-out for new tech.
Sand into soil
A Norwegian innovation could save millions of farms by transforming sand into fertile soil.
Canada First?
As talks are due to resume between the US, Canada and Mexico over a new trade deal, Canada is hopeful of a positive outcome.