BBC News - Business
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The US and China have agreed to halt new tariffs for 90 days to allow for talks to resolve a trade war.
Two brothers on the autistic spectrum were looking for work when one had the idea of opening a comic shop. It turned out to be an inspired choice.
After years of pessimistic predictions for the British high street, shops have been forced to look at new ways of attracting customers.
What impact is turmoil in the retail sector having on workers and their families?
John Brailsford has been made redundant five times, but says losing a job is not the end of the world.
'Excellence isn't an act, it's a habit'
Anne Wojcicki and her siblings Susan and Janet have all got the top of their professions, but is their success down to nature or nurture?
Nexstar set to become the largest US operator of local TV stations after buying Tribune Media.
Workers at the fashion group demand an end to alleged inappropriate behaviour by its founder.
Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agree to halt new trade tariffs for 90 days.
Academics believe abandoned coal shafts and tunnels could be used for mass crop production
Politicians should do more to save the UK's High Streets, says Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley.
The "humanisation" of dogs is driving a booming market in upmarket dog food, accessories and services.
Sir Terry Morgan tells the BBC he expects to be sacked within days, months after getting the job.
Banks are introducing passwords sent to your mobile phone, a problem if you don't have coverage.
They were once visions of the future, but are shopping centres now past their sell-by date?
Resolution Foundation finds agency workers are paid £400 a year less than directly employed colleagues
Microsoft has reclaimed the title of world's most valuable company, overtaking Apple.
Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, said it was "fantastic news for the city".
The launch of the new 26-30 railcard has been delayed slightly, meaning some millennials will miss out.