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GKN strikes a deal with Ohio-based Dana as it seeks to fend off a hostile takeover bid from Melrose.
The economy created 313,000 jobs last month, but growth in wages slows.
Entrepreneur Blondie Okpuzor makes Bath Kandy treats from unconventional raw materials.
A bank bailout gives hope to employees of Zimbabwe's biggest fabric supplier.
As President Trump introduces tariffs on steel and aluminium imports to the US, the BBC's Kim Gittleson takes a closer look at the implications.
A slowdown in housebuilding weighed on the construction sector in January, official figures show.
The automated cook is switched off while upgrades are prepared to help it cook more quickly.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox will visit Washington to discuss President Trump's tariffs.
Lady Barbara Judge is suspended as chairwoman of the Institute of Directors.
The former president and his wife would produce exclusive "uplifting" shows, the New York Times says.
Key trading nations hit out after Donald Trump signs off import duties on steel and aluminium.
Shock prospect of Donald Trump meeting Kim Jong-un raises hopes of a more stable global economy.
The push towards renewable energy, plus the quest for greater efficiency, mean that we need to find more ways of storing energy.
Since cars were invented, people have dreamed about making them fly. So why haven't they taken off?
TGI Fridays and Marriott Hotels were also among 43 employers in the hospitality sector which broke the law.
Mattel rejects claims from Kahlo's relatives that it was "not authorised" to produce a Kahlo doll.
As Dutch company Pal-V launches a car that becomes a gyrocopter, could flying cars ever take off?
Countries had warned a trade war could be triggered by the new US tariffs on steel and aluminium.
The Cardiff Bay store could be turned into a "beach-style" leisure facility under new plans.
Lady Barbara Judge has temporarily stepped aside as chairwoman of the Institute of Directors.