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Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick a billionaire after $8bn investment deal

Travis Kalanick is selling $1.4bn worth of shares as consortium invest $8bn in the ride-hailing firm.

ATM shake-up could leave many without cash, consumer group warns

People in remote areas could be left with little or no access to cash, says consumer group Which?

Santander boss named in RBS scandal

Nathan Bostock was responsible for controversial GRG division during scandal, MPs are told.

HSBC to pay $101.5m to settle currency rigging probe

Financial giant HSBC agrees to pay $101.1m, confirming it misused client information for its own profit.

Superjumbo jet future secured by Emirates order

A big order from Emirates airline saves the A380 after Airbus threatened to stop making the plane.

First Carillion task force meeting 'constructive'

The group will co-ordinate efforts to support business and workers affected, government says

How did households budget in 1957?

Housing took a much smaller share of incomes 60 years ago, but food and fashion cost more, says the ONS.

Amazon shortlists 20 metropolitan areas for new headquarters

The proposed site is expected to cost more than $5bn (£3.6bn) and create 50,000 jobs.

Are the days of loyalty cards numbered after Tesco's change?

Tesco's decision to alter its Clubcard scheme may be a sign of more change ahead, experts predict.

Banks create funds for firms hit by Carillion collapse

Lloyds, RBS and HSBC will provide cash for struggling small firms as Nationwide takes on Carillion staff.

2 Sisters chicken supplier 'sent MPs Christmas biscuits'

The chicken supplier is being investigated for alleged breaches of food safety and hygiene concerns.

Costa Coffee's High Street sales fall

The coffee chain has been hit by the falling numbers of people visiting UK High Streets.

PFI deals 'costing taxpayers billions'

Financing schools and hospitals privately is much more expensive than a public alternative, report finds.

China's economy grows by 6.9% in 2017

It's the country's first year-on-year grow figure beats Beijing's official growth target of 6.5%, though some question China's GDP data.

Apple to pay $38bn on foreign cash pile

The payment is expected to be the largest of its type following US tax code changes.

Bonuses for Carillion bosses are blocked

Former executives at the failed construction firm will not get severance payments or bonuses.

Nintendo Labo: The DIY cardboard accessory for Switch

Labo will turn Switch controllers into a piano, a fishing rod, a motorbike or even a robot suit.

Homes plan back-firing, say councils

A scheme to convert offices into homes lets developers "duck" providing affordable housing, says the LGA.

How the zipper became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the zipper became a million dollar idea.

Fighting for flexible working hours

Less than half of parents feel flexible working is an option in their workplace.

'If I tried to escape they said they would kill me'

"Peter" came to Britain looking for a new life but instead he was held captive and forced to work for nothing.

Donald Trump's impact on trade in Asia

What's been the impact of Donald Trump's withdrawal of the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement?

Detroit motor show: Autonomous vehicles move centre stage

Detroit motor show: Autonomous vehicles move centre stage

A million dangerous tumble dryers still in UK

Faulty tumble dryers which can catch fire are still widely used in the UK, a committee of MPs warns.

H&M child model's mum says ad 'not racist'

Terry Mango defended the brand, after her son was caught up in a racism row.

Carillion's collapse - what happens now?

Britain's second biggest construction company has collapsed. What does it mean for the projects it worked on, and the schools and hospitals it worked for?

Detroit Motor Show: What the cars of the future may look like

A range of concept cars and trucks are showcased at the 2018 Detroit motor show.

Macau police hunt for casino dealer after $6m theft

Such thefts are rare in the Chinese territory but at least one previous case also involved employees.

Switch on, switch off

As cars become more automated, some experts worry that we are becoming complacent drivers.

Flexible working

The mother who had to give up her job to fit in childcare

Modern day slaves

There are 13,000 modern slavery victims in the UK, the BBC's Nina Warhurst meets one man who managed to escape.

Ukraine's secret

Ukraine's IT sector is flourishing despite continuing conflict with Russian-backed rebels in the east.

Better balance

As the number of employees working over 48 hours a week rises, some companies are experimenting to find better work-life balance.

Made in Medellin

How two student friends set up and grew popular bikini and swimsuit business Agua Bendita.

Paris, London

A partnership between Imperial College London and a major French agency will keep access to European research funding.

Carillion fallout

Carillion's collapse throws the future of its big UK building projects and those that work on them into doubt.

Heads up

This year's Detroit car show sees new US investments, a Chinese challenger, nostalgia and fashionable headlights.

Panic buying

Cyber insurance is growing fast as businesses lose billions to hackers.

'That's it, go home'

How the collapse of Carillion has affected those who worked with and for the company.

Auto changes

The Detroit motor show is a major industry event, but technological advances are changing the traditional order.

Carillion's woes

The construction firm is to be liquidated after its huge financial troubles finally overwhelmed it.

Sticky business

How a UK expat introduced Americans to the joys of traditional British desserts, such as sticky toffee pudding.

Trouble brewing

Women say they are being groped at events, abused on social media and belittled in their jobs.

Socking it to 'em

John Cronin and his father, Mark, explain how they've grown their colourful socks business.

War on waste

How the UK's big retailers are trying to reduce the amount of avoidable plastic waste they produce.

Will taps run dry?

With water usage and droughts across the globe rising, the race is on to manage water more efficiently.

Financial secrets

A "revolution" in our financial lives will begin next month, but what is it and how will it work?

Donald's decision

Of all the questions hanging over world trade in 2018, none loom larger than Donald Trump's attitude to it.

Unwelcome extra

Business will no longer be able to charge customers for paying by card, so what does this mean for prices?

Big designs

How young Australian entrepreneur Melanie Perkins set up and grew popular design website Canva.

Net gains

Basketball rivals the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers are in the UK to boost the NBA's global presence.

How bad is it?

Carrie Gracie's resignation at the BBC got us wondering how widespread the problem is in the UK.



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