BBC News - Business
Updated: 1 hour 17 min ago
Paris Motor Show: Concept care may never make it into production, but they inspire cars that do.
Water shortages mean the laundry industry is adopting various technologies to reduce consumption.
Half of 22 to 29-year-olds have no savings, fewer own a home - but they have lower debts than a decade ago.
Men with fewer qualifications are more likely to be affected by Brexit trade barriers, the IFS says.
Customers will give drivers access to their homes when they are out in the first trial of its kind in UK.
The US sportswear giant has a contract worth a reported $1bn (£768m) with the Portuguese footballer.
With workers from McDonald's, TGI Fridays, UberEats and Wetherspoon on strike, we ask them why.
Officials say a small group of "like-minded" countries are being invited to the ministerial meeting.
The service has been struggling for several hours report thousands of customers via social media.
Traidcraft, which pioneered fair trade in the UK, lost £500,000 last year and faces closure.
The move puts hundreds of jobs at risk at the viral news website, which has debts of £6.5m.
A tiny chip added to server circuit boards helped Chinese spies steal corporate data, Bloomberg says.
EgyptAir insists an interview with the actress in its in-flight magazine was for real.
A union attacks the firm for cutting UK warehouse workers' benefits, offsetting part of a pay rise.
A bank manager who took €1m from his richest clients to give to the needy narrowly escapes prison.
Three women explain why they are joining McDonald's, JD Wetherspoon and TGI Fridays workers on strike.
The sales slide coincides with a warning from the carmaker of the consequences of a no-deal Brexit.
The sofa specialist says it has been hit by an "exceptional downturn" in consumer demand.