Shareholders sought to halt Amazon's sale of its facial recognition technology
Amazon heads off facial recognition rebellion
The case for expensive infrastructure projects
We ask whether high speed rail links are worth the large sums of money they cost to build
Theresa May quits: UK set for new PM
An emotional Theresa May confirmed she would step down as Tory leader on 7 June.
Update: The latest from the financial markets
We hear what's been happening on the financial markets in the US.
European Election Special
Live reaction to the European Parliament election
Fiat Chrysler proposes merger with Renault
Fiat Chrysler of the US and Italy has proposed a merger with French carmaker Renault.
Update: Renault looks to merge with Fiat
Fiat Chrysler has made a "transformative" merger proposal for French carmaker Renault
Who will foot the bill for US tariffs?
With a trade war escalating, we consider how China and the US consumers could be hit.
Update: US opioid court case starts
The US state of Oklahoma starts the first court case against a drug company.
Nigeria's President Buhari sworn in for second term
We look at Nigeria's economic pressures as President Buhari is sworn in for a second term.
Brazil's economy contracts
Brazil's economy contracted for the first time since 2016, raising fears of a recession.
Update: Uber posts $1 billion loss in first quarter
The ride-hailing company posts its first figures after its IPO earlier this month
Trump to hit Mexico with tariffs to halt migrants
The US president plans rising tariffs until Mexico ends illegal immigration to the US.
Update: Sir Philip Green charged with assault in the US
The British retail tycoon is charged with four counts of misdemeanour assault in Arizona.
President Trump Visits the UK
Donald Trump is making a state visit to the UK this week.
Donald Trump UK visit
As President Trump visits the UK we look at the prospect of a potential US-UK trade deal
Update:US threatens Mexico with trade tariffs
Mexico tells the US tariffs to force more action against immigration will not work.
Update: Mexico tells the US tariffs will not affect immigration
Donald Trump threatens Mexico with trade tariffs, to get action against migration
Italy prime minister in resignation threat
A political crisis has been averted in Italy after its prime minister threatened to quit
Update: World Bank warns of weaker global growth
The global economy is weakening, according to a new assessment from the World Bank
The store bucking the High Street gloom
UK electrical goods chain Richer Sounds is doing better than many of its peers
Xi and Putin meet in Moscow
Vladimir Putin has called Xi Jinping his “dear friend”
Football finance in the spotlight
As football finance hits the headlines, we take a look at how money influences the game
Update: Beyond Meat surpasses expectations
Vegetarian burger company Beyond Meat surprises with great financial results
Russia seeks foreign investors
We examine Russia's International Economic Forum, where it seeks foreign investment.
Update: US stocks rise despite bad economic figures
US stocks rise despite worse than expected employment figures
Hong Kong protesters oppose extradition bill
Hundreds of thousands of people have demonstrated against China's controversial bill
Trump warns on Mexico tariffs
If an immigration deal falters, President Trump says Mexico could still face new tariffs
Update: Mexico-US deal keeps US markets buoyant
Carmakers are among those stocks doing well as the US postpones tariffs on Mexican goods
The environmental cost of fast fashion
We ask whether clothing retailers are doing enough to minimise their environmental impact
Congress takes on Big Tech over antitrust
Hearings begin in the US over alleged anti-competitive behaviour.
The future of the video games industry
As the biggest event for video games, E3, opens in Los Angeles we look at gaming's future
Update: Lego searches for an alternative to plastic
Lego is reportedly struggling to come up with a non-petrol based brick.
Explosion of Oil Tankers near Oman
Two oil tankers have been hit by explosions in the Gulf of Oman
Update: US blames Iran for Gulf of Oman explosions
The US Secretary of State has blamed Iran for "unprovoked attacks" in the Gulf of Oman.
Swiss women stage national strike for equality
Swiss women are striking today in favour of "more time, more pay, more respect".
Update: UBS chief economist placed on leave over pig comments
The chief economist at UBS has been put on leave after sparking controversy in China
Carole Ghosn claims husband's arrest is a 'conspiracy'
Nissan denies its former chairman's arrest was a conspiracy.
Crash tragedies overshadow Paris Air Show
We report from the Paris Air Show after visiting plane crash sites in Ethiopia
Is the pencil underrated?
Airline boss speaks out
Danni Hewson and Louise Cooper hear from the boss of Ethiopian Airlines on Boeing issues.
Hostile environment for immigrants
How Western immigration policy is prioritising populism over business interests
Yn deyrnged i'r diweddar John Davies o Sellar, dyma gyfle arall i glywed Gari yn ei holi.
We report from the Paris Air Show after visiting a plane crash site in Ethiopia