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The motor giants say they are 'investigating several joint projects" to boost their competitiveness.
Meet Camille Purcell - a former economist who's written some of pop music's biggest hits.
On World Refugee Day, one Syrian girl talks about doing homework in a tent and her future ambitions.
Walgreens Boots Alliance will replace GE on the Dow Jones Industrial Average after more than 100 years.
After a boom period, the UK's vaping shops face an uncertain future which could see many close.
Less than a quarter of those living in rural areas use a smartphone for banking, regulator finds.
The UK should make 'traffic light' food labelling compulsory after Brexit, consumer group says.
Stocks continue to slide as investors are rattled by the escalation of the US-China trade dispute.
The head of Britain's biggest gym chain says the 20% tax on memberships is bad for people's health.
The fashion retailer updates its animal welfare policy to say its site will be free of the materials by 2019.
The discount retailer, which started in Wakefield in 1974, collapsed into administration last week.
Marriott says digital assistant Alexa will be installed in some of its US properties.
Customers using both electricity and gas will pay an average of £55 more a year from August.
Tesla chief Elon Musk says an employee carried out "extensive and damaging sabotage".
The RMT union says imposing driver-only services is a risk to public safety.
Its third profit warning this year comes amid "exceptionally difficult times" for the UK retail sector.
The threat escalates a tit-for-tat trade row with Beijing over US tariffs imposed on Chinese goods.
The company breached consumer law by refusing to fix devices once serviced by third parties.
Smart Works charity offers styling and interview coaching for women who are struggling to find work.
The water industry regulator says firms did not properly support customers during the "the Beast from the East".