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Facebook plans to launch 'GlobalCoin' currency in 2020
The social media giant is planning to set up a crypto-currency in around 12 countries by early 2020.
Trump says Huawei could be part of trade deal
Huawei could feature in a US-China trade pact despite being "very dangerous", says the US president.
Mothercare sales plunge as losses widen
The baby goods retailer says it is on a "sounder footing", even though UK sales fell nearly 9%.
Harvey Weinstein 'to settle with accusers for $44m'
The film producer reached a deal with women who say he sexually abused them, his lawyers tell media.
US regulators defend 737 Max actions
The Federal Aviation Administration tells the BBC it didn't have the information needed to ground the planes.
Sir Philip Green told to fund Arcadia's pension deficit
The Topshop tycoon has been asked to put his own money into the firm's pension pot.
UK retail sales stall in April
The ONS said sales were flat in April, as clothing sales offset declines in other sectors.
Facebook: Another three billion fake profiles culled
Mark Zuckerberg hits back at calls to break up Facebook, as it reveals it removed a record number of hateful posts.
Huawei: China warns of investment blow to UK over 5G ban
A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.
Stagecoach takes legal action over West Coast franchise
Stagecoach and its partners were disqualified from running three rail franchises last month.
Sir Philip Green 'grabbed women's breasts' Lords told
Lord Hain uses parliamentary privilege to make allegations about staff complaints.
Feeling the impact of Trump's foreign worker squeeze
US firms say President Trump has made it harder to hire the skilled foreign workers they need.
Netball counts down to World Cup 'summer of excitement'
The 2019 Netball World Cup can boost the game on and off the court, and build on England's 2018 Commonwealth Games success.
What have economists been getting wrong?
Evan Davis explains how the field of economics is asking itself some tough questions.
What went wrong at Jamie's Italian?
Stretched staff, cavernous premises and the curse of the coupon.
How computing's first 'killer app' changed everything
Technology reshapes the workplace in much subtler ways than simply robots stealing jobs.
Are barcodes the way to protect dementia patients?
How technology and community support is keeping people with dementia in Japan safe.
The pun-loving computer programs that write adverts
AI-powered advertising copywriters are coming, but can they be taught to be as inventive as humans?
'The bullying got worse and worse and I snapped'
How a troubled childhood gave investor Guy Hands the drive to succeed in life.
How the humble brick built the world
Why bricks are still a vital building technology.
Are our weddings too white?
Why it might be time to rethink the way we celebrate as more couples come from diverse backgrounds.
The firms turning their workers into owners
Aficionados of employee-owned companies say it makes perfect business sense.
The doctor who invented 18 medical devices
Professionals are finding holes in the system and turning into entrepreneurs to fill gaps in the market.
The pistachios that need police protection
In Sicily, police are moving to stop criminals stealing the island's pistachios ahead of this year's harvest.
Hawksmoor wine mistake: How is any bottle worth £4,500?
Experts explain why wine can be priced at thousands of pounds, how it tastes, and who buys it.
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How the microscope became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the microscope became a million dollar idea.
Tackling the world's single-use plastic problem
Tackling the world's single-use plastic problem
If a house was designed by machine, how would it look?
This house was designed using algorithms and machines. They chose complex, organic-looking forms.
How Japan is keeping people with dementia safe
Each year in Japan thousands of elderly dementia sufferers go missing, but technology can now help.
The Nobel prize-winner tackling Parkinson's
Nobel prize-winner Randy Schekman is launching a new project to tackle Parkinson's disease.
'Your team is your product, build a well-oiled machine'
Travel website boss Avi Meir advises focusing on staff because "your team is your product".
Inside the world's most expensive election
With voting completed, India is now waiting to see who will be its next prime minister.
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