The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC
As India prepares to launch a second mission to the moon, we ask if it's money well spent
But the Senate will be a major hurdle for implementation.
We examine the challenges faced by organisations targeted by computer ransomware attacks.
The UK's first electric scooter fatality highlighted the risks involved with the devices.
Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple among the firms facing the grilling.
We speak with mayors who are defying national immigration policies around the world.
Chinese technology company, Huawei, announces significant investment in Italy.
China's economy has been slowing despite Beijing's efforts to cut tax and boost spending
The EU may impose sanctions on Turkey over its gas exploration in disputed waters
Fri 12 Jul 2019
The Belgian company had planned to float its Asian arm on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
Travel company Thomas Cook is in rescue deal talks with banks and its largest shareholder
Thu 11 Jul 2019
After 80 years in production, VW halts production of the iconic bug-shaped car.
The French parliament has passed a law that will impose a new tax on large internet firms
Wed 10 Jul 2019
Jerome Powell hinted at a cut in interest rates as he spoke at a hearing in Washington
Woes at South Africa's power company Eskom are occupying the country's parliament.
Tue 9 Jul 2019
Carlos Urzua was a key figure in the government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
We look at elderly care as a conference discusses the 'silver economy' in Helsinki.
Mon 8 Jul 2019
Germany's Deutsche Bank is retreating from investment banking in a cost-cutting drive.
Greece's Prime Minister has conceded defeat in the country's snap general election.
Sat 6 Jul 2019
Stock markets in the US react to US employment figures
Fri 5 Jul 2019
Relatives of Boeing 737-Max crash victims said the plane-maker put profit ahead of safety
Thu 4 Jul 2019
As the world's largest retailer hits 25, we look at its practices and examine the future.
Wed 3 Jul 2019
We hear about the essential workings of the US's banking and economic system
Africa has the fastest growing mobile data market in the world, but the cost is high.
Tue 2 Jul 2019
Christine Lagarde is set to become the new boss of the European Central Bank
Around the World Cup semi-final there's growing commercial interest in women's football
Mon 1 Jul 2019
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam said the suspended extradition bill will not return
On the 40th anniversary of Sony's Walkman cassette player, we look at the device's impact
OPEC members have agreed on the need to extend oil production cuts
Fri 28 Jun 2019
The EU and South American economic bloc Mercosur have clinched a huge trade deal
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