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Taiwanese chip giant invests $40bn in US plant
Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC triples its investment amid a chip shortage and the US and China tech war.
Trump Organization found guilty of tax crimes after New York trial
The business is synonymous with the former president, but neither he or his family were on trial.
The airline policy that cost pregnant flight crew their jobs
Singapore Airlines recently dropped its five-decade-old policy, after demands from human rights groups.
Tech layoffs at Meta, Twitter, Amazon: The good people helping Indians find jobs
Tech workers are rallying together to help peers who face having to leave the US after being laid off.
Indonesia's new sex laws and what they could mean for tourism
Officials insist visitors are unlikely to be affected but rights groups say "it will be a problem".
Bank Morgan Stanley to cut 1,600 jobs
The investment bank is axing about 2% of its global workforce, affecting around 1,600 roles.
Meta threatens to remove US news content if new law passes
Facebook's parent company says it will pull news from the platform in the US if a new media law passes.
DR Congo: Miner Glencore pays $180m in latest corruption case
The Swiss-based mining firm strikes a deal with DR Congo to settle corruption claims.
Covid restrictions hit iPhone maker Foxconn
The electronics manufacturer says its revenue in November is down 11% compared to the same month in 2021.
Kyrie Irving: Nike ends sponsorship deal with Brooklyn Nets guard after social media post
Nike has ended its sponsorship deal with Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving one month after he promoted a documentary which contained anti-Semitic material on social media.
Taylor Swift: 'Swifties' sue Ticketmaster over tour sale problems
Taylor Swift fans have filed a lawsuit over "unlawful conduct" after a chaotic tour ticket sale.
Ukraine war: Oil prices rise as cap on Russian crude kicks in
The G7 nations and its allies have agreed to limit the price of Russian oil to $60 a barrel.
PwC to close London office at Christmas to save energy
Staff at the accountancy firm will not be able to work at the main London office.
EU must act over distortions from US climate plan - von der Leyen
Ursula von der Leyen says the EU must act amid concerns within the bloc over US climate legislation.
Meta, Amazon, Twitter layoffs: 'Tech layoffs won't destroy American dreams of Indians’
Surbhi Gupta, who was laid off in the US, on the uncertainties she and other visa holders are dealing with.
Rail strike is cancelled - at the cost of paid sick leave
The pandemic and a vicious flu season has re-energised the fight for paid sick leave.
BP 'stands to receive blood money’ from Ukraine war
A presidential adviser says the oil giant is could still receive profits from its stake in Russia's Rosneft.
Oil giant TotalEnergies to cut North Sea investment over windfall tax
France's TotalEnergies says it will reduce investment after the decision to extend the windfall levy.
Ukraine war: Zelensky calls West's Russian oil cap 'weak'
The measure - due to come into force on Monday - intensifies pressure on Russia over the Ukraine invasion.
North Korea hit with sanctions after ballistic missile tests
The US Treasury freezes the assets of three North Korean officials following last month's missile tests.
Heathrow faces pre-Christmas baggage handlers strike
Ground handlers for Menzies are set to walk out for three days from 16 December over a pay dispute.
Taiwan's front-line battle against mobile phone fraud
How Taiwanese phone fraud fighters are able to warn the world about the latest scams.
India seizes opportunities in African healthcare
The rapid expansion of Indian healthcare firms in Africa has not been without problems.
Ukraine war: Germany to cover energy bills as gas prices soar
Germany is spending €300bns to shield its people from soaring energy bills. Will it work£
DJ Glade Marie: ‘I’m sexualised on nights out’
Studies show less than 5% of the music tech industry is female. This business is trying to change that.
Why Dutch 'bike banks' are a game changer for kids
In the Netherlands, the cost of living crisis has pushed up demand for refurbished second-hand bikes.
South Africa turns to solar to help stop power cuts
The government is backing solar energy to help solve the continuing problem of power shortages.
Rolls-Royce tests a jet engine running on hydrogen
The firm, together with easyJet, is trying out hydrogen instead of jet fuel in a jet engine.
Why Donald Trump isn't returning to Twitter (for now)
How the former US president might lose money if he starts tweeting.
The shops that connect people with their home countries
Migrant communities around the world lift trade between their new and former countries.
How Qatar’s riches touch millions of UK lives
From how you heat your home to where you shop, the UK's links to Qatar may be part of your day-to-day life.
The little-known nut that may save at-risk rainforests
Growing sales of an Indonesian nut called kenari is helping to reduce deforestation.
Meet the designers with learning disabilities
A design agency in Barcelona has creatives with learning disabilities, autism and schizophrenia.
Why inflation is so high - and your other questions answered
The BBC's economics editor Faisal Islam answers your questions on inflation.
Zimbabwe: Australian firm drills for oil and gas
Zimbabwe's first gas production could be led by a new well being drilled in the north of the country.
'I turned my front room into a full-time bakery'
Ben Gray explains why he turned his home into a bakery in lockdown.
Cost of living: 'A lot of people have nowhere to turn'
Inflation could rise to 13% and the cost of living is putting a squeeze on finances, so how are people feeling£
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