US shares rose on Thursday in the last hour of trading after earlier dive
Market Turmoil Hits US Shares
China's Competitor to GPS
It will be used by chips in Chinese cars, mobile phones and commercial map services
Aerotoxicity: the hidden dangers of flying
How toxic is the air on board planes?
Highlights of 2018: Mongolia, Zimbabwe and Zambia
A look back to when the Business Matters team reported from around the world.
Apple Blames China As It Cuts Forecast
Share prices sank more than 7% in after hours trading.
How Much Will the Government Shutdown Cost?
The US government shutdown continues. What will it cost the US economy?
Wall Street Soars On Powell Comments
Federal Reserve Chairman Powell said he will not resign if asked by President Trump.
Trade Talks Continue in Beijing
US-China trade talks continue in Beijing
Amazon is Now the World's Most Valuable Public Company
Amazon has eclipsed Microsoft to become the world's most valuable listed company
Expectations Rise in US-China Trade Talks
American stocks responded positively to the third day of negotiations over tariffs
President Trump Visits the US/Mexico Border
Donald Trump arrives at the US/Mexico border in Texas to talk with officials.
US Shutdown Leaves 800,000 Workers Without Pay
Thousands of federal workers miss their January pay as the budget is still unagreed.
May Makes Fresh Push for Deal Votes
UK prime minister Theresa May has made a new push to persuade MPs to back her Brexit deal
Theresa May's Brexit Deal Heavily Defeated
It was the largest defeat for a sitting government in history.
Trump Asked To Delay State of the Union Speech
Democrats have asked President Donald Trump to postpone the speech to Congress
Netflix Subscribers Rise to Nearly 140m
The streaming firm gained 8.8 million customers in the three months to 21st December.
Tesla to Cut About 3,000 Jobs
Elon Musk's Tesla to cut about 3,000 jobs as cars 'too expensive'
Theresa May Scraps Brexit Fee for EU Nationals
EU nationals in the UK will no longer have to pay the £65 fee to remain after Brexit.
Workers Turn to Food Banks as US Shutdown Continues
Thousands of workers are still without pay as the US shutdown enters its second month.
Clashes in Venezuela as Opposition Moves to Oust Maduro
Mass protests break out against President Nicolas Maduro, while the US backs Juan Guaido.
Venezuela's Crisis Grows
President Nicolas Maduro says he is closing his country's embassy in the US
Trump announces deal to lift shutdown
President yields to pressure to end the longest US government shutdown in history.
US Files Charges Against Huawei
Criminal charges filed against telecoms giant Huawei and its chief financial officer.
UK Parliament Votes to Change Brexit Backstop
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will seek 'alternative arrangements' for the Irish border
Facebook User Numbers Grow Despite Privacy Scandals
Facebook monthly users rose by nearly 10% last year to just over 2.3 billion people.
Japan-EU Trade Deal Begins
A new trade agreement between Japan and the European Union comes in to effect today
Counting the Cost of the US Government Shutdown
The shutdown cost approximately $3bn according to the Congressional Budget Office
Venezuela: Close To A Transfer of Power?
Eleven EU countries have joined the US in recognising Juan Guaidó as interim president
State of the Union address
A professional speech writer tells us about what writing for someone high profile entails
US nominates candidate for World Bank president
Washington's choice for the new head of the World Bank has been announced: David Malpass
Instagram Bans 'Graphic' Self Harm Images
Instagram announces it will ban graphic images of self-harm on the photo sharing app
Aid convoy stalled on Venezuelan border
Trucks laden with food and medicine are waiting at the Venezuelan border.
New talks aim to avert another US shutdown
Negotiators hope to reach a border security deal.
Protesters call for change in Venezuela
Supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaidó fill the streets of the capital, Caracas
Will President Trump avert another shutdown?
Trump has three days to sign legislation which would prevent a second government shutdown
Trump to declare emergency over wall
He will declare a national emergency to fund his promise of a US-Mexico border wall
President Trump takes emergency action on border wall
President Trump has said he will use emergency powers to build a border wall with Mexico.
Huawei boss: The US can't crush us
Ren Zhengfei, the Chinese technology company's reclusive founder, speaks to the BBC.
Bernie Sanders to run again for president
The left-wing senator confirms he will run again in next year's US presidential election.
The US and China resume trade talks
The world's two largest economies enter the next stage of high-level talks on Thursday.
Is China blocking Australian coal?
A number of harbours in northern China are said to be refusing Australian coal altogether
Clashes as Venezuela aid row intensifies
At least two people are killed as civilians confront troops at the border with Brazil
Iran's foreign minister announces resignation
Javad Zarif apologised for "shortcomings" via a post on Instagram.
Trump and Kim Jong-un hours from second meeting
President Trump is meeting North Korea's Kim Jong-un in Vietnam
President Trump's former lawyer calls him a liar, conman and cheat
Michael Cohen told Congress that Trump directed lies.
Pakistan to release captured Indian pilot
Pakistan will release a captured Indian pilot as a "peace gesture"
New York group asks Amazon to reconsider campus plan
New York business and political leaders asked Amazon to give an NY campus another chance
China's annual National People's Congress begins
Anyone who's anyone in local and national Chinese politics is gathering in Beijing.
Pressure grows on Canadian PM
A series of resignations from the Canadian government have caused a major crisis.
The US Trade Deficit Increases
The US trade gap with the rest of the world jumped to a 10-year high of $621bn last year.
Former Trump campaign chief jailed for fraud
President Trump's former campaign manager has been sentenced to 47 months in prison
Mass Blackouts in Venezuela
Mass blackouts have plunged much of Venezuela into darkness
'Legally-Binding' Changes to Brexit Deal Agreed
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker reveal "legally-binding" changes to Brexit deal
British PM suffers new Brexit defeat
British MPs have voted against Theresa May's EU withdrawal deal for the second time
Boeing Grounds 737 Max Fleet
Boeing has grounded its entire global fleet of 737 Max aircraft.
UK seeks Brexit delay
British politicians have voted overwhelmingly to delay the UK's departure from the EU.
New Zealand Attack Suspect Appears in Court
Brenton Tarrant is charged with murder in the mosque shootings.
Could Russia and China become Boeing's competitors?
Could Russia and China launch planes to compete with Boeing in the aircraft market?
Google reveals gaming platform Stadia
Stadia will be available to users on smartphones, PCs, laptops and TVs.
Could Italy Be Next Stop On New Silk Road?
President Xi arrives in Italy to discuss the One Belt One Road initiative
EU leaders agree Brexit delay plan
EU leaders have agreed on a plan to delay the Article 50 process.
Special counsel Robert Mueller delivers report
Robert Mueller handed in his report on Russia and President Trump's 2016 campaign
Smart meter only energy tariffs
Some of the cheapest energy tariffs are only available if you agree to have a smart meter.
Is your business prepared for Brexit?
Wendy speaks to business guests about how they have prepared for Brexit.
Bonus: 30 Animals That Made Us Smarter
Introducing our new podcast about innovation, technology and the animal kingdom
Thailand's New Democratic Voice
Thailand's first democratic elections in eight years near a conclusion
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