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A US committee will take a fresh look at the impact of the big four tech firms.
A leading figure says the UK offshore industry "is listening" to teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Australian National University (ANU) says "significant amounts" of data has been illegally accessed.
Craigavon-based Almac reports a turnover of £548m and a pre-tax profit of £27m.
Donald Trump has said he would hike tariffs on Mexican exports if it failed to curb illegal migration.
As their trade war escalates, the US and China are blaming one another for the recent impasse in talks.
A pilot by supermarket chain Waitrose aims to get shoppers using less plastic packaging. Emma Simpson reports.
A pilot by supermarket chain Waitrose aims to get shoppers to use less plastic packaging.
Lost luggage is the bane of air travel, so can better tracking technology address the issue?
The supermarket is launching a trial in Oxford to find out how people might shop in the future.
Investment guru Neil Woodford stops investors withdrawing funds after Kent County Council sought £250m.
The tech giant also unveiled new privacy measures at its developer conference in San Jose.
The hip-hop star and Beyonce's husband has investments in Uber, property, art and music.
The plane-maker's warning follows the grounding of the 737 Max after the Ethiopian Airlines crash.
A shake-up of the Kenyan currency has provoked controversy, including several court challenges.
UK manufacturing contracted in May for the first time since July 2016, an influential survey indicates.
An Ineos director hits back against Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's criticism of plastic on Scottish beaches.
The "inclusion workshops" come after singer SZA said she had been racially profiled at a Sephora store.
Entrepreneur Gerald Manu explains the hardships of starting a fashion brand at school.
A BBC investigation has uncovered evidence of tax dodging by wealthy businessman Frank Timis.