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Australian wildfires cause unprecedented danger
International crews fight blazes
Former head of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volcker, dies
Aged 92, Mr Volcker was one of the giants of American economic policy
US, Canada and Mexico sign NAFTA replacement deal
The USMCA bill is the replacement for NAFTA, which has been in place for over 25 years.
Boeing 737: US regulator knew of crash risks
The US safety regulator admits it was a 'mistake' to allow aircraft to continue flying
Conservatives win big majority in UK election
We consider the economic and business implications of the Conservatives' UK election win.
Boeing suspends 737 Max production
The American aircraft builder has destabilised suppliers that make parts for the 737 Max.
Muslim world leaders arrive for Kuala Lumpur Summit
Islamaphobia, persecution and discrimination will be discussed.
US House of Representatives votes on Trump impeachment
We go live to Capitol Hill with the vote result expected as we are on air
Three dead as thousands defy India protest ban
Sweeping protests against new Citizenship law in India
Boeing astronaut ship stalls in orbit
The Starliner launched successfully but then suffered technical problems.
Boeing replaces CEO amid 737 safety concerns
US plane maker Boeing has replaced its CEO in the wake of two deadly crashes.
Review of the Year plus Smart Cities
Editor Martin Webber looks back at the big business stories of 2019.
Changing World of Work
How technology and attitudes play a growing role in an increasingly diverse workforce
The role of business in social justice
Can businesses help create a more equal society?
Bek Air plane crashes in Kazakhstan
Bek Air plane comes down near Almaty airport
Ex Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flees Japan for Lebanon
Mr Ghosn was awaiting trial in Japan over financial misconduct.
Rights of Nature and aerotoxicity
Join Tamasin Ford and Mike Powell for two special reports
Morocco is a land of economic contrasts. But Business Matters discovered much more
Former Olympus chief executive defends Carlos Ghosn
Michael Woodford has defended Ghosn for fleeing Japan
Global stocks react to US strike which kills Iranian general
The global stock market response to the US strike that killed Iran's top military general
What will Iran do next?
Iran has vowed "severe revenge" for the death of General Qasim Soleimani
Oil surges as Iran strikes US targets in Iraq
Iran launches airstrikes against US military targets in Iraq - oil and stocks react.
Oil and stocks fluctuate after Iraq airstrikes
Oil price and stock market reaction to Iran's airstrikes on US military targets in Iraq.
Trudeau believes missile downed Ukranian jet
Evidence suggests that an Iranian missile downed a Ukrainian jet on Wednesday near Tehran
Northern Ireland to restart devolved government
Sinn Féin and the DUP have said they will re-enter devolved government at Stormont.
Siemens develops Australian coal mine despite climate pressure
The German firm will proceed with a giant mining project in Australia despite protests.
Will US and China end the trade war?
A deal is due to be signed - what is at stake?
US and China sign the first stage of trade deal
Trade war rattled markets and weighed on the global economy.
Donald Trump's impeachment trial begins
The 100 lawmakers of the US Senate were sworn in on Thursday as jurors.
China's demographic timebomb
Economic growth hits a 30-year low as population growth slows to 1940s levels.
Huawei chief fights extradition to the US
China's tech giant Huawei is accused of fraud and breaching sanctions on Iran
President Trump impeachment trial begins
The Senate debates if President Trump abused his power
Virus shuts down major Chinese city
We report on the latest and the guidance from the World Health Organisation
Wuhan virus continues China's lockdown
We update you on the viral outbreak centred on Wuhan in China
Chinese New Year overshadowed by Coronavirus
The BBC's Andrew Walker considers the potential economic impact of Coronavirus