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Wall Street markets were mixed on Tuesday as the Dow reached a new high but disappointing results earnings weighed on the Nasdaq.
WhatsApp was temporarily suspended in Brazil after a judge said the company had failed to hand over information requested in a criminal investigation.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the UK's decision to leave the European Union has "thrown a spanner in the works" of its global growth forecast.
More than 500 staff lose their jobs after a leading Scottish construction firm goes into administration.
More than 500 jobs are under threat as fashion retailer Store Twenty One agrees to close 77 shops as part of a rescue deal with landlords.
Three US states have taken legal action against Volkswagen in the wake of the carmakers emissions scandal.
Car maker reveals it was told about a problem that caused the Zafira B to catch fire more than six years before it recalled the model.
Dr Gerard Lyons and Louise Cooper on how Britain will trade after Brexit.
The IMF says the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union has "thrown a spanner in the works" of its global growth forecast.
The BBC's Andy Verity explains why rising prices are not necessarily a bad thing, particularly for those with long-term debt like mortgages.
MPs strongly criticise telecoms giant BT in a new report, which accuses it of "significantly under investing" in Openreach, the division responsible for most of the country's broadband roll-out.
Thousands of holidaymakers who booked travel with Low Cost Holidays may get a refund of just £7.50 each, the BBC understands.
BT's chairman has warned that splitting Openreach from BT would 'derail' the investments that BT is making in broadband.
Think of a Japanese tech giant, a truly global player made in Japan - Sony, you say? Well, think again. Or rather - think Nintendo instead.
Four truck manufacturers have been fined a record €2.93bn (£2.46bn) by the European Union for colluding on prices.
UK inflation rate as measured by the Consumer Prices Index rose to 0.5% in June from 0.3% in May, figures show.
The price of an average house or flat in the UK rises by £16,000 in the year to May, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Shares in Japan's Softbank have fallen 10% after being hit with a glut of sell orders following its purchase of ARM Holdings.
Young people have suffered a drop in income since the financial crisis, but pensioners have enjoyed a significant rise, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
The former Chancellor George Osborne peppered media interviews with references to the "Northern Powerhouse" but what's next for the project since his departure?