BBC News - Business

BBC News - Business

07/15/2018 09:30 AM
Theresa May: Brexit plan will protect UK aerospace
Prime Minister promises extra investment for industry weeks after Airbus threatened to leave UK.

07/15/2018 06:35 AM
Boeing 'concerns' over US-China trade row
The head of US aerospace giant Boeing warns of potential damage of growing US-China trade row.

07/15/2018 05:02 AM
Rolls Royce develops propulsion system for flying taxi
The engine maker is working on a flying vehicle which it says could take off by the early 2020s.

07/15/2018 03:50 AM
Donald Trump: European Union is a foe on trade
The US president says EU states have taken advantage of the US and do not pay their Nato bills.

07/14/2018 11:15 PM
Debenhams denies cash crunch problem
The department store chain says credit insurers are continuing to provide cover to its suppliers.

07/14/2018 11:36 AM
Farnborough Airshow: Brexit and bulging order books dominate
The UK may use Farnborough, the biggest aerospace event of the year, to signal its vision for the industry.

07/13/2018 05:13 PM
No affordable homes?
More money is now available for people who want to develop affordable housing in their local area.

07/13/2018 09:23 AM
What does it take to be a billionaire?
Kylie Jenner, whose net worth Forbes values at about $900m, is part of an elite set.

07/13/2018 09:04 AM
The battle for Sky: Five reasons why it matters
The bidding war for Sky is good news for shareholders, but does it actually matter who wins?

07/13/2018 05:52 AM
US lifts order against China's ZTE
The move follows a settlement reached last month after intervention by the US and Chinese leaders.

07/13/2018 04:36 AM
Autonomous car is first to get round Goodwood circuit
A self-driving car has become the first to make it round the Goodwood race circuit.

07/13/2018 04:17 AM
Papa John's logo to change after founder uses N-word
John Schnatter's image is to be removed from products after he used the N-word in a conference call.

07/13/2018 03:23 AM
Heatwave threatens to cause shortage of peas
UK pea suppliers follow lettuce growers in warning over harvest after high temperatures hold back crop growth.

07/13/2018 12:52 AM
Four airports found to be failing disabled passengers
Gatwick, Stansted and Birmingham all need improvement, while Manchester remains poor, a survey says.

07/13/2018 12:34 AM
Facebook will not remove fake news - but will 'demote' it
It says fake news is not against its "community standards".

07/13/2018 12:26 AM
Poundworld to close another 80 stores
More than 1,000 jobs will be lost after store closures resulting from Poundworld's failure last month.

07/12/2018 11:08 PM
How Build-A-Bear fell into its own trap
The chain's pay your age promotion was a "good idea, poorly executed", experts say.

07/12/2018 09:48 PM
Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.7bn damages in talc cancer case
It is the largest payout over allegations that Johnson & Johnson's talc-based products cause cancer.

07/12/2018 08:30 PM
China trade surplus with US hits record high in June
June's data suggests no significant impact from the US-China trade war but some expect a fall next month.

07/12/2018 11:57 AM
Self-made business owners on Kylie Jenner and their tips for success
The BBC spoke to female business owners about Kylie Jenner and their personal tips for success.

07/12/2018 11:32 AM
Beauty queen
Kylie Jenner is not old enough to drink alcohol in the US yet, but is worth almost $1bn.

07/12/2018 11:24 AM
How toilet paper became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how toilet paper became a million dollar idea.

07/12/2018 11:21 AM
Active defence
How firms are using cutting-edge techniques to stop cyber criminals breaching their networks.

07/12/2018 10:02 AM
US appeals against $80bn AT&T-Time Warner deal
Department of Justice move comes after a judge rejected its arguments over competition and prices.

07/12/2018 07:26 AM
Ryanair pilots announce two more one-day strikes
Some Irish pilots will go on strike on 20 July and 24 July following industrial action on Thursday.

07/12/2018 05:33 AM
Brexit White Paper 'very disappointing'
Lloyd's of London chief says the government's Brexit White Paper fails the financial services sector.

07/12/2018 05:29 AM
Build-A-Bear 'pay your age' offer abandoned amid 'chaos'
Queues of "about a mile long" formed at one shopping centre, prompting calls to police.

07/12/2018 04:49 AM
Ex-Barclays trader found guilty of euro rate-rigging
Philippe Moryoussef, who worked for Barclays, is found guilty of conspiracy to fix the Euribor rate.

07/12/2018 03:30 AM
Brexit services plan will speed up relocation, says Lloyd's boss
Lloyd's of London insurance market chief says financial services are dismayed at the Brexit White Paper.

07/11/2018 11:57 PM
Fiat workers strike over Ronaldo signing
Workers at a plant in Italy are to strike after Fiat's owner decided to pay €112m for the footballer.

07/11/2018 09:03 PM
Kylie Jenner to be 'youngest self-made US billionaire'
But some are debating whether the cosmetics entrepreneur is truly "self-made", as Forbes says.

07/11/2018 07:09 PM
Papa John's founder Schnatter resigns over N-word use
Papa John's founder John Schnatter has apologised for using the N-word in a conference call.

07/11/2018 12:34 PM
Tariff battle
After the US imposes tariffs on $34bn of goods from China, the BBC looks at President Trump's move.

07/11/2018 11:17 AM
Trading places
President Trump vows to move quickly on a UK trade deal after Brexit - but the reality is more complex.

07/10/2018 07:43 PM
Playing Chequers
The UK government is due to set out its plans for the country's post-Brexit relationship with the EU. What do we know so far?

07/10/2018 11:15 AM
Korea lesson
The popularity of K-pop is driving a global boom in learning the Korean language.

07/09/2018 11:15 AM
Flight: Will our skies ever be quieter?
Three ways that the aviation industry is working towards quieter skies.

07/09/2018 11:01 AM
Ground breaking tech
Virtual reality, drones and automation are making mining safer and more productive.

07/09/2018 04:33 AM
Aptamil investigating baby milk formula complaints
Mums say their babies have been sick after the recipe of a popular formula milk was changed.

07/08/2018 11:30 AM
Citroën CEO: ‘Directors' egos can be a bit like four-year-olds’
Linda Jackson is the first female and first British CEO of French carmaker Citroën.

07/08/2018 11:06 AM
'One of the lucky ones'
Simplyhealth chief executive Romana Adbin didn't let the lasting impact of polio hold her back.

07/06/2018 12:48 PM
From podium to boardroom
David Coulthard swapped the high-powered world of Formula 1 for a new career path in the media and business.

07/05/2018 11:10 PM
Silent talent
Sony Music boss Rob Stringer: "As a record company boss you've got to be good at keeping secrets."

07/05/2018 11:43 AM
A new gold rush?
Discarded phones and televisions are a rich source of metals, and e-waste miners see money-making potential.

07/04/2018 11:06 AM
Monster successes
So how do certain characters and stories hook kids? And how do firms go about making a monster hit?

07/04/2018 11:04 AM
US-China trade war: Why you should care
The world's two largest economies are at each other's throats, but what does a trade war between the US and China mean for the rest of the world, and for your pocket?

07/04/2018 02:51 AM
Getting away with it
As the World Cup comes down to the crunch, is it possible to watch games without annoying the boss?

07/03/2018 11:00 AM
Death lessons
Doctors in Australia want the school curriculum to get young people talking about the ethical issues around death and dying.

07/02/2018 11:08 AM
Reaping rewards
Digital technology can transform the lives of farmers as they discover how apps and blockchain offer new ways of doing business.

07/02/2018 12:51 AM
Cool gains
Halo Top has only been going six years but is already the best-selling ice cream brand in the US.

06/29/2018 12:21 PM
Penny drops
Discount retailer Poundworld is teetering on the brink. For staff and customers, it's more than just a brand that could be lost.

06/29/2018 09:08 AM
Sovereignty issue
The Chinese government has recently been calling a number of businesses to task for calling Taiwan a country, as the BBC's Cindy Sui reports.

06/28/2018 11:29 AM
Get me out of here!
How instant feedback software and AI bots could make meetings more interesting and productive.

06/27/2018 11:08 AM
Corporate traps
Chief executives and business experts explain the classic traps for business leaders.

06/27/2018 01:44 AM
Graduation blues
Universities are turning to technology to try to make sure they don't mispronounce names at graduations.

06/26/2018 11:07 AM
Virtual reality 'is not just for gamers'
Firms in Hong Kong are using virtual and augmented reality technology to shape client experience.

06/25/2018 11:37 AM
'I am a betting addict'
Gambling is a multi-million dollar business in Kenya, but there are more losers than winners, writes Anthony Wanjiru.

06/25/2018 11:06 AM
Power people
Home energy storage could lead to lower bills...eventually.

06/24/2018 11:06 AM
Child of a commune
Stewart Butterfield's life as a Silicon Valley heavyweight is a world removed from his upbringing on a commune in remove Canada.