$3bn set aside to cover the potential costs of an investigation into privacy practices.
Facebook keeps growing despite privacy probe
China showcases Belt and Road initiative to world leaders
World leaders are gathering in Beijing for a summit on China's Belt and Road initiative
US economy surges 3.2 percent in first quarter
The US economy grew at an annualised rate of 3.2% in the first three months of the year.
Boeing faces shareholder backlash
The world's second-largest plane maker defends its record as investor criticism mounts
Tension mounts in Venezuela
Violence has erupted as anti-Maduro protestors take to the streets of the capital Caracas.
Opposition protests continue in Venezuela
Supporters of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó have been holding mass protests.
Iran oil sanctions: Exemptions for US trading partners expire
Temporary waivers on the US's sanctions against Iran expire for its key trading partners
US unemployment lowest in 49 years
The US unemployment rate is at its lowest level for more than 49 years.
US trade representative accuses China of eroding trade talks
US trade representative Lighthizer said China eroded commitments on trade
Trade war hits markets
Shares in New York have fallen by the most since March.
US to hit Iran with new economic sanctions
President Trump orders new sanctions on Iran's industrial metals industry
US hours from imposing a further $200bn of tariffs on China
Can a deal be reached between the two countries to end the trade war?
Uber shares sink on stock market debut
The shares fell 7.6%, making the ride-hailing app worth around $70 billion.
India: growth without jobs
India is growing at 6.5% but unemployment and underemployment remain persistent problems
WhatsApp privacy concerns continue
We look at the continued fall-out from the Whatsapp privacy revelations
US in 'emergency' over telecoms contracts
The US declares a national emergency over threats to its telecoms technology
Indian elections...live from Kerala
Business Matters comes live from Kerala in India
Iran-US tensions build
Donald Trump denies rifts with some of his advisers over increasing pressure on Iran
Education looms large in Indian Election
Anu Anand is in New Delhi to explore some of the issues shaping India's 2019 election.
Huawei accuses the US of bullying
Abraham Liu from Huawei said it was an attack on the "liberal, rules-based order."
British Steel collapses
Tens of thousands of jobs are at risk.
The future of electric transport
As electric transportation begins to catch on, we look at the infrastructure required
Amazon heads off facial recognition rebellion
Shareholders sought to halt Amazon's sale of its facial recognition technology
What's happening with HS2?
Sean Farrington goes to Birmingham to meet the boss of HS2.
The plastic in the ocean
Why plastic ends up there and how to stop it