BBC News - Business

BBC News - Business

06/22/2018 02:00 PM
How the Audi boss was finally emitted
Rupert Stadler, the boss of Volkswagen-owned Audi is being held in jail, finally engulfed by the emissions scandal that rocked the automotive giant in 2015

06/22/2018 01:50 PM
Saudi Arabia job growth likely as woman driver ban ends
The Gulf kingdom will finally grant driving licences to women, but what will it mean for the economy?

06/22/2018 01:49 PM
House prices tumble in seaside hot spots
The cost of buying a home in Sandbanks and Salcombe has fallen over the last year, research suggests.

06/22/2018 01:43 PM
Premium parking
BBC News readers offer their, sometimes unexpected, suggestions for keeping premiums down.

06/22/2018 11:37 AM
BMW joins Airbus in Brexit warning
BMW warns ministers on Brexit after Airbus says it could be forced to leave the UK if there is no transition deal with the EU.

06/22/2018 10:39 AM
German car shares dip on Trump tariff tweet
The US president intensifies trade war with threat of a 20% tax on European cars.

06/22/2018 10:01 AM
How British is a Mini?
When it comes to symbols of British manufacturing, it doesn't get more iconic than this - but how British is the Mini?

06/22/2018 09:04 AM
Concerns over World Cup gambling ads
Almost every ITV-screened World Cup commercial break broadcast on ITV contains gambling advertisements, BBC research shows.

06/22/2018 07:49 AM
EU tariffs on US goods come into force
The European Union has gone ahead with retaliatory duties against $2.8bn worth of US-made products.

06/22/2018 06:59 AM
House of Fraser store closure plan backed
Creditors approve the retailer's rescue plan, which will close 31 stores and shed up to 6,000 jobs.

06/22/2018 12:55 AM
Greece hails 'historic' debt relief deal
The eurozone agrees a long-awaited deal, which pushes back the repayment schedule for Greece's debt.

06/22/2018 12:23 AM
How to shop in Birmingham's plastic-free supermarket
Reusable bags, bottles and containers are the key to success for these buyers in Birmingham.

06/21/2018 04:21 PM
City living
How city centres once abandoned by residents became the UK's most desirable areas to live.

06/21/2018 04:17 PM
Solar persuaders
In India's desert state of Rajasthan, rural women are training as solar entrepreneurs, to bring power to those living off grid.

06/21/2018 04:11 PM
Over the influence?
Unilever has taken a stand against 'influencers' who buy social media followers to game the system.

06/21/2018 04:09 PM
What are tariffs and how do they affect us?
As a trade war becomes an increasing risk, how do governments use tariffs in international commerce?

06/21/2018 04:04 PM
'Dangerous' carbon monoxide alarms removed from Amazon and eBay
Consumer watchdog Which? finds carbon monoxide alarms on sale online fail British safety tests.

06/21/2018 03:27 PM
US banks pass financial stress tests
The Federal Reserve says US banks have the money to handle a recession, despite rising credit card debt.

06/21/2018 01:21 PM
Hammond: Treasury not the 'enemy of Brexit'
Chancellor tells City the UK needs to protect patterns of trade with EU "built up over decades".

06/21/2018 10:07 AM
Young's Seafood loses £30m Asda whitefish and shrimp contract
Young's Seafood said it was "naturally disappointed" by the news.

06/21/2018 09:15 AM
Chanel lifts the veil on its profits for the first time
The French fashion house has made its financials public but is in no hurry to float the business.

06/21/2018 09:06 AM
US court backs states over web sales tax
Previously companies without a physical presence in a state were exempt from sales tax collection rules.

06/21/2018 07:36 AM
Intel chief Brian Krzanich resigns over relationship
The company says Brian Krzanich is leaving because of "a violation of Intel's non-fraternisation policy".

06/21/2018 07:16 AM
The true cost of a dream Ugandan wedding
The desire for the perfect day has led to a boom in Uganda’s wedding industry - but these events come at a cost.

06/21/2018 05:28 AM
CO2 shortage: Food industry calls for government action
As supplies of carbon dioxide run low, the food and drink industry asks the government to take "urgent action".

06/21/2018 12:07 AM
Trump trade row
Donald Trump's insistence that he needs to make trade more "fair" threatens to spark a global trade war.

06/20/2018 04:00 PM
Mega mines
Prices may have fallen back over the past decade, but iron ore exports are still a key component of the Australian economy.

06/20/2018 10:28 AM
Are we in for a beer shortage this summer?
Why beer, fizzy drinks and meat could be in short supply this summer in the UK.

06/19/2018 04:50 PM
Refugee or future surgeon?
On World Refugee Day, one Syrian girl talks about doing homework in a tent and her future ambitions.

06/19/2018 04:06 PM
Up in smoke
After a boom period, the UK's vaping shops face an uncertain future which could see many close.

06/18/2018 04:53 PM
The personal stylists helping out-of-work women
Smart Works charity offers styling and interview coaching for women who are struggling to find work.

06/18/2018 04:01 PM
Feeling the heat?
As demand for air conditioning goes through the roof, what are the implications for our planet?

06/18/2018 03:52 AM
Transforming Asia's skylines
The architect behind some of Asia's most spectacular new buildings discusses his designs.

06/17/2018 04:35 PM
Cancer and career
How one entrepreneur had to quit work to battle cancer, leaving his co-founder to grow their company on his own.

06/16/2018 04:26 PM
Tarot vs Trump
Tarot cards are growing in popularity as a way to cope with uncertain times.

06/14/2018 04:17 PM
Going underground
In order to protect crops from drought, flash floods and increasing temperatures, Bolivian farmers are moving their farms underground.

06/14/2018 04:11 PM
What's it thinking?
"Deep learning" algorithms are becoming so complex their creators don't understand how they work.

06/13/2018 04:06 PM
Move aside Trump
Why South Korean TV shows - so-called K-dramas - are growing in popularity around the world.

06/13/2018 04:02 PM
24 hours from Yorkshire
The 24 hour race at Le Mans is usually dominated by big car manufacturers. But this year smaller teams are in with a chance of victory.

06/12/2018 06:25 PM
Moana, Rapunzel and sport
The business model for women's sport can't merely be a smaller version of that found in men's sport.

06/12/2018 04:28 PM
Hidden writing
Cutting-edge tech is examining ancient manuscripts for earlier texts written below the surface.

06/12/2018 09:16 AM
This car is on Autopilot. What happens next?
Semi-autonomous vehicles, which can partly drive themselves, are already on our roads. But experts are worried that drivers don't understand what they can do.

06/11/2018 04:36 PM
Female unfriendly
How using off-putting language can mean people you want to apply for a job don't bother.

06/11/2018 04:47 AM
Discount crisis?
Does the collapse of Poundworld into administration suggest the day of the pound shop is over?

06/10/2018 04:00 PM
Glittering career
How US entrepreneur Kendra Scott set up and grew her eponymous jewellery company.