A trade war erupts; Malaysia's government is toppled by a scandal; K-pop goes global.
Review of the Year - 2018
A trade war erupts; a scandal topples the Malaysian government and K-pop goes global.
India bankers strike as merger risks jobs
Nearly one million bank workers in India have gone on strike
US Stocks Surge: Dow Hits New Record
The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw its largest one-day point gain in history
Financial Markets' Year-End Flip-Flop
We analyse why global stock markets are keeping investors on their toes
Bangladesh Election Amidst Violence
Elections in Bangladesh approach, amid violent protests
Sears Struggles to Keep Business Afloat
The US retailer set itself a deadline of Friday to find a buyer
Bangladesh Election: Hasina wins 3rd Term As Prime Minister
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina won with a landslide victory.
China's Economy Slows Further
China's economy is slowing down, amid a trade war with the United States
China's economy is slowing down, amid a bruising trade war with the United States
Aerotoxicity: the hidden dangers of flying
How toxic is the air on board planes?
Brazil's New President Takes Office
Brazil's new president Jair Bolsonaro has called for a society "without discrimination"
Apple Shares Fall After Sales Warning
Shares in technology giant Apple fell sharply in response to news of weak sales in China
Mass Data Attack on German Politicians
Hundreds of German politicians have had personal details stolen and published online
Wall Street Soars On Powell Comments
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has told a conference that he will not resign.
Trade Officials Meet in Beijing to End Dispute
The trade war between China and the United States threatens the global economy
Trade War Talks Under Way in Beijing
As US-China trade talks restart in Beijing, we gauge the health of the Chinese economy
US-China trade talks have restarted in Beijing. What's driving the American delegation?
Carlos Ghosn Appears In Court
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn appeared in court for the first time since his arrest
Amazon Is The World's Most Valuable Public Company
Amazon has eclipsed Microsoft to become the world's most valuable listed company.
Bangladesh Clothing Workers Clash With Police
Police in Bangladesh used tear gas to disperse garment workers demanding better wages
Amazon Boss Jeff Bezos and Wife MacKenzie To Divorce
What kind of settlement could MacKenzie Bezos expect from the world's richest man?
Major Carmakers Cut Thousands of Jobs
Ford and Jaguar Land Rover have announced cuts affecting thousands of workers in Europe
US Shutdown Workers Miss January Pay
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers in the US have not received their January pay
Trump Urged To Reopen Government
Senator Lindsey Graham said a limited re-opening would allow cross party talks to resume.
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
May Facing Crunch Vote on Brexit Deal
Theresa May is expected to be defeated when British MPs vote on her EU withdrawal deal
May Government Faces Confidence Vote
After a defeat over its Brexit deal, the UK government now faces a vote of no confidence
May Government Survives Confidence Vote
After a defeat over its Brexit deal, the UK government won a confidence vote 325 to 30.
Hitachi to Halt Work on Wales Nuclear Plant
Japan's Hitachi is to halt work on a nuclear plant in Wales amid rising cost concerns
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Parents calling for 30 hr preschool care in NI
Parents in NI calling for 30 hr free preschool scheme in England to be rolled out here
Ghosting at Work
When is it acceptable to vanish from a job without warning or explanation?
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