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The US seeks to extradite chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, daughter of the telecom giant's founder.
The firm sees a big fall in half-year profits, saying extreme weather has caused a rise in leaks.
Britain's leading gambling companies voluntarily agree to a "whistle-to-whistle" television advertising ban.
A children's charity calculates a million children will spend Christmas without adequate food or comfort.
The US wants to extradite the firm's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, Canadian authorities say.
How superfast mobile connectivity will help dairy farmers monitor the health of their cows.
Oil prices recently hit 12-month lows. Opec wants to raise them, President Trump wants them lowered.
Some homeowners have been asked to sign gagging orders to claim compensation or get the problem fixed.
National Union of Students says more expensive accommodation is causing a "real affordability problem".
With the resignation of the chairman of HS2, how is the high-speed rail project shaping up?
Sir Terry Morgan steps down from both roles after reported government pressure over Crossrail delay.
Riders hired by the gig-economy delivery firm are not entitled to collective bargaining, court rules.
Concern about the travel firm's future mount as it issues a second profit warning and its shares wallow.
George Henderson was wrongly paid a carer's allowance and may be jailed if he doesn't sell his house.
It still plans to use the Chinese company's phone mast antennas and certain other products.
Growth in the UK's key services sector hits its lowest level since July 2016, prompting fears of stagnation.
The aviation regulator takes legal action over the airline's refusal to compensate thousands of passengers.
The move paves the way for Japan's largest overseas acquisition and would create a global drugs giant.
The US and China have agreed to a 90-day pause to their ongoing trade war, to avoid escalation.
Three parents share their very different experiences of staying home to look after their children.