BJP secures a landslide victory in the general election.
Narendra Modi thanks Indians for "historic mandate"
Theresa May Quits as PM
Theresa May is to step down as leader of the governing Conservative Party on June the 7th
Renault in talks to merge with Italy's Fiat
Fiat Chrysler has made a "transformative" merger proposal for French carmaker Renault
Trial starts in US opioid case
The first court case starts against a drug company accused of fuelling the opioid crisis.
Boeing CEO apologises to crash victims' families
The boss of Boeing gives his first interview since the two 737 Max aircraft crashes
Uber posts $1 billion loss in first quarterly earnings
The ride-hailing and transport company posted the loss despite a 20% rise in revenues.
Sir Philip Green charged with assault in the US
The British retail tycoon is charged with four counts of misdemeanour assault in Arizona.
Apple closes iTunes
Apple shuts down iTunes and Mexico tells the US tariffs will not affect migration
India Loses Preferential US Trade Status
The US will end preferential trade status for India on Wednesday
Trump Unimpressed With Mexico Trade Talks
The US and Mexico have failed to reach a deal on tariffs and immigration
Vegan burger firm shares soar
Shares in the plant-based burger company Beyond Meat surge
Monetising Space Travel for Tourists
NASA says the space station is now open to tourists
Mexico to cut immigration to US or face tariffs
Under a deal reached with the US, Mexico has 45 days to reduce the flow of migrants.
Congress takes on Big Tech
Hearings begin in the US over alleged anti-competitive behaviour.
Hong Kong extradition protests continue
Police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas at demonstrators in Hong Kong
US blames Iran for Gulf of Oman explosions
The US Secretary of State has blamed Iran for "unprovoked attacks" in the Gulf of Oman
UBS economist put on leave over 'pig' row with China
The chief economist at UBS has been put on leave after sparking controversy in China
US accuses Iran of "nuclear extortion"
Iran says it will soon breach agreed limits on stockpiles of enriched uranium
Iran says it will soon breach agreed limits on stockpiles of enriched uranium.
Trump launches re-election campaign
He has promised a "wild" rally in Florida and spoke of planned mass deportations.
Alphabet dismisses investor proposals on AI, antitrust issues and diversity
The parent company of Google has had its annual shareholder meeting.
From personal finance to big business, the money matters affecting you.
US Federal Reserve opens door to interest rate cut
The Federal Reserve left rates on hold for now.
Tackling late payments
Danni Hewson and Mickey Clark discuss new powers to tackle late payments to small business
Advertising in a digital age
Is the future of advertising really all about data?