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Nirav Modi, whose jewellery was worn by Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, is accused of defrauding an Indian bank.
The chief executive of Kingfisher, the group that owns DIY chains B&Q and Screwfix, is stepping down.
The negotiations have taken longer than some had expected with contradictory comments on progress.
EC president attacked for dismissing worries some art storage facilities may enable money laundering.
Advertising chiefs rule people may have felt pressured into taking out a loan by fears of food shortages.
Four regulators need to be able to prove how they are protecting consumers, the spending watchdog says.
The push for cleaner air will mean more electric vehicles that are driverless and shared, according to experts.
Corruption is the "number one problem" in Ukraine, MP Sergey Leshchenko tells the BBC's Ed Butler.
Jury to consider damages after one of the world's most widely-used weedkillers is blamed for cancer.
The transport secretary orders an independent assessment of the 737 Max certification process.
Only 365 businesses have been granted the status - which could be crucial in a no-deal Brexit - in almost three years, Newsnight learns.
Antonio Horta-Osorio was the only employee still entitled to a final salary pension - much to the anger of staff.
New York could follow London by introducing a congestion charge, but will it benefit everyone?
The new digital platform will stream games and has its own controller
US financial regulator has called for sanctions after Mr Musk tweeted without seeking Tesla's approval.
The UK's richest man, and now owner of a cycling team, has built a multi-billion pound business by buying unloved assets.
The government has asked state-run banks to step in to save the struggling airline, Reuters reports.
The former Staples stationery chain, Office Outlet, is in administration, putting 1,200 jobs at risk.
The retail giants tell the competition watchdog a merger would mean shoppers save 10% on everyday items.
A new record number of 32.7 million people were in work between November and January in the UK.