17 Jul 2018

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Daily briefing: A fraught end to Trump’s European tour

US leader declines to blame Russia for meddling, instead criticises investigation

17 Jul 2018 6:01am GMT

Mexico’s economy struggles to reap rewards of good behaviour

Labour and tax rules hurt growth despite prudent macroeconomic policy

17 Jul 2018 4:00am GMT

Singapore June exports ‘particularly concerning’ in wake of trade war

17 Jul 2018 3:23am GMT

Brexit deadlock boils down to conundrum of customs union

Theresa May's preferred hybrid solution will never fly with the EU

17 Jul 2018 3:00am GMT

RBA flags rising trade war risks in July meeting minutes

17 Jul 2018 2:13am GMT

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The perilous search for 'Himalayan viagra'

More valuable than gold, Yarsagumba fungus is only found in the Himalayas above 3,000 metres.

17 Jul 2018 12:07am GMT

16 Jul 2018

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Netflix shares tank after big miss on subscriber growth

Netflix shares tank after big miss on subscriber growth"We had a strong but not stellar Q2," Netflix said in a quarterly letter to shareholders. Netflix said it had "over-forecasted" quarterly fluctuations in the pace of new customers. Before the earnings report, Netflix shares had gained 109 percent, making it the second-strongest performer on the S&P 500 index (.SPX).


16 Jul 2018 11:39pm GMT

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AI will create as many jobs as it displaces - report

But PwC warns there will be "winners and losers" with many roles set to change.

16 Jul 2018 11:07pm GMT

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Is Twitter, Inc. a Buy?

Is Twitter, Inc. a Buy?The little birdie's flying high, but is it worth the price?


16 Jul 2018 11:00pm GMT

The Latest: Amazon says it's working to resolve glitches

The Latest: Amazon says it's working to resolve glitchesAmazon says it's working to resolve the glitches on its website that kept shoppers from buying on its much-hyped Prime Day. The hiccups could mute sales and send shoppers elsewhere on one of Amazon's busiest sales days. Shoppers clicking on many Prime Day links after the 3 p.m. ET Monday launch in the U.S. got only images of dogs - some quite abashed-looking - with the words, "Uh-oh.


16 Jul 2018 9:38pm GMT

3 Reasons to Retire as Early as You Can

3 Reasons to Retire as Early as You CanEager to bring your career to a close? Here's why it pays to do so as early as possible.


16 Jul 2018 9:03pm GMT

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IMF warns Trump tariffs could hit global growth by 0.5%

BlackRock chief claims trade tensions pose risk to world stock markets

16 Jul 2018 8:56pm GMT

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Netflix is falling off a cliff

Netflix is falling off a cliffNetflix didn't add as many subscribers as expected by a bunch of people on


16 Jul 2018 8:36pm GMT

Netflix subscriber numbers disappoint, stock plunges

Netflix subscriber numbers disappoint, stock plungesThe news set Netflix's stock down in after-hours trading.


16 Jul 2018 8:25pm GMT

Canada Eyes New Quotas, Tariffs to Halt Flood of Diverted Steel

Canada Eyes New Quotas, Tariffs to Halt Flood of Diverted SteelCanada is considering both quotas and tariffs to stop a spike in imports of foreign steel being diverted from the U.S. by Donald Trump's trade policies, the industry minister said. Navdeep Bains, speaking by phone from the Farnborough International Airshow, said Justin Trudeau's government is weighing so-called safeguard measures to curb the influx of cheap foreign steel and could expand the list of products as needed. It previously identified three -- energy tubular, steel plates and rebar -- but the minister said that was only a first step.


16 Jul 2018 7:33pm GMT

Prime Down: Amazon’s sale day turns into fail day

Prime Down: Amazon’s sale day turns into fail day* Update: Here's how to get around Amazon's error. Use smile.amazon.com. TechCrunch confirmed this workaround works.


16 Jul 2018 7:15pm GMT

Papa John's founder: I was blackmailed

Papa John's founder: I was blackmailedCNBC's Kate Rogers reports the latest on Papa John's founder John Schnatter and his relationship with the pizza company.


16 Jul 2018 6:43pm GMT

Sam’s Club Adds Polish Hot Dogs to the Menu After Costco Removes Them

Sam’s Club Adds Polish Hot Dogs to the Menu After Costco Removes ThemCostco announced recently that it would no longer be selling these Polish hot dogs in its stores anymore, which inspired Sam's Club to add Polish hot dogs to its locations as a way of expanding its retail user base as the company offers many of the same items that Costco sells in addition to the dogs. Sam's Club made the news public through a tweet, informing consumers that they can start getting Polish hot dogs at its locations starting on July 23.


16 Jul 2018 5:55pm GMT

Fortnite Frenzy Is Just the Start for Turtle Beach, Analyst Says

Fortnite Frenzy Is Just the Start for Turtle Beach, Analyst SaysTurtle Beach Corp. is no one-hit wonder. The video-game headset maker's shares have soared almost 1,200 percent year-to-date thanks largely to the exploding popularity of Fortnite. Turtle Beach "is the dominant player in the global console headset market," beating competitors with its comfort designs, shelf space in bricks-and-mortar stores and "super human hearing technology" in some headsets that allows gamers to detect rivals sneaking up on them, Forte said in a note, reiterating his buy rating -- a stance first taken last week.


16 Jul 2018 5:47pm GMT

Republicans Call Trump Summit Remarks ‘Shameful’ and ‘Bizarre’

Republicans Call Trump Summit Remarks ‘Shameful’ and ‘Bizarre’A growing number of Republican lawmakers harshly criticized President Donald Trump's performance at a Monday news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, with House Speaker Paul Ryan saying that Russia must be held accountable for meddling in the 2016 election. Trump's strongest GOP critics were those who have faulted the president in the past. A handful of Republicans defended the president's remarks, made after the two leaders met in Helsinki.


16 Jul 2018 5:40pm GMT

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Trump tariffs will hurt global growth, IMF warns

The group says trade disputes are the 'greatest near-term threat' to the world economy.

16 Jul 2018 5:27pm GMT

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CRISPR Therapeutics Stock History: The Rise of the World's Biggest Gene-Editing Biotech

CRISPR Therapeutics Stock History: The Rise of the World's Biggest Gene-Editing BiotechThis biotech has risen to the top of the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing world. Here's how CRISPR Therapeutics did it.


16 Jul 2018 5:05pm GMT

2 dudes get loud in the new Ford Mustang convertible

2 dudes get loud in the new Ford Mustang convertibleRide along as Rick and Pras try out the new Ford Mustang convertible.


16 Jul 2018 4:12pm GMT

Putin Says He Agreed With Trump to Secure Syria Border With Israel

Putin Says He Agreed With Trump to Secure Syria Border With IsraelRussia has agreed with the U.S. to secure Syria's border with Israel in line with a 1974 cease-fire agreement over the occupied Golan Heights, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. "This will allow us to return calm to the Golan, restore the cease-fire between Syria and Israel and fully guarantee the security of the State of Israel," Putin said at a news conference with U.S. President Donald Trump after their summit in Helsinki on Monday.


16 Jul 2018 3:50pm GMT

The White House’s terrible photo is the perfect image of the Trump-Putin summit

The White House’s terrible photo is the perfect image of the Trump-Putin summitThe weirdest, least flattering image of Donald Trump with Vladimir Putin didn't come from a rogue member of the media. It came from Trump's own press secretary. Just before the US and Russian presidents' closed-door meeting today (July 16), Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted a black-and-white photo that shows Trump, sitting upright and wide eyed, looking…


16 Jul 2018 3:46pm GMT

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Britain must stop inflating the biomedical bubble

The drugs sector receives funding out of all proportion to the results it delivers

16 Jul 2018 3:33pm GMT

Trump trade actions mean China policy rethink

Tariff threats strengthen easing case as economy slows, but wholesale retreat unlikely

16 Jul 2018 2:03pm GMT

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EU calls for more open Chinese economy

At a summit in Beijing, the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker calls for a less protectionist China.

16 Jul 2018 1:13pm GMT

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China can bear more trade pain than America

But there will no winners, only losers, the longer the tit-for-tat continues

16 Jul 2018 12:26pm GMT

How best to respond to Trump’s trade attacks? Just do nothing

Matching the US president tariff for tariff will at some point become counter-productive

16 Jul 2018 12:00pm GMT

Daily briefing: Helsinki hello, France’s triumph, Republic of Wimbledon

Trump arrives in Finland for one-to-one meeting with Russian president

16 Jul 2018 11:15am GMT

Cuba binds its entrepreneurial spirits with red tape

The issuance of new business licences comes with oppressive regulations

16 Jul 2018 10:10am GMT

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Theresa May pledges to boost aerospace amid Brexit fears

The prime minister promises extra investment for industry weeks after Airbus threatened to leave UK.

16 Jul 2018 9:51am GMT

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China extends olive branch to US at summit with EU

Beijing says it does not want to sideline US in quest to preserve global trade system

16 Jul 2018 9:47am GMT

Analysts react as China GDP slows in Q2

16 Jul 2018 5:19am GMT

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China's second quarter growth meets expectations at 6.7%

The world's second-largest economy is battling rising debt and mounting trade tensions with the US.

16 Jul 2018 5:08am GMT

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Austria ramps up push for EU-wide digital tax on Big Tech

Critics say plans deviate from internationally agreed principles

16 Jul 2018 3:00am GMT

Iran eyes Asia buyers to protect oil exports from US sanctions

Tehran looks to China as fears grow over embargo's impact on the economy

16 Jul 2018 3:00am GMT

15 Jul 2018

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'Don't be do-gooders. Do things'

Cafédirect boss John Steel says his firm is not "here to be do-gooders, we're here to do things".

15 Jul 2018 11:12pm GMT

Donald Trump: European Union is a foe on trade

The US president says EU states have taken advantage of the US and do not pay their Nato bills.

15 Jul 2018 3:50pm GMT

13 Jul 2018

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The self-driving car that's 50 years old

A self-driving car has become the first to make it round the Goodwood race circuit.

13 Jul 2018 4:36pm GMT

China trade surplus with US hits record high in June

June's data suggests no significant impact from the US-China trade war but some expect a fall next month.

13 Jul 2018 8:30am GMT

12 Jul 2018

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Self-made business owners on Kylie Jenner and their tips for success

The BBC spoke to female business owners about Kylie Jenner and their personal tips for success.

12 Jul 2018 11:57pm GMT

How toilet paper became a million dollar idea

The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how toilet paper became a million dollar idea.

12 Jul 2018 11:24pm GMT

Brexit White Paper 'very disappointing'

Lloyd's of London chief says the government's Brexit White Paper fails the financial services sector.

12 Jul 2018 5:33pm GMT

Ex-Barclays trader found guilty of euro rate-rigging

Philippe Moryoussef, who worked for Barclays, is found guilty of conspiracy to fix the Euribor rate.

12 Jul 2018 4:49pm GMT

Brexit services plan will speed up relocation, says Lloyd's boss

Lloyd's of London insurance market chief says financial services are dismayed at the Brexit White Paper.

12 Jul 2018 3:30pm GMT

11 Jul 2018

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Will a US-UK free trade deal ever happen?

President Trump vows to move quickly on a UK trade deal after Brexit - but the reality is more complex.

11 Jul 2018 11:17pm GMT