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Third runway at Heathrow cleared for takeoff by ministers
The government takes the "truly momentous" decision to approve a third runway at Heathrow.
Model train prices are rising because of pound's devaluation
The pound's recent devaluation after June's Brexit vote has already led to some price rises, and model railways are one business feeling the effects.
Whitbread lifted by Costa and Premier
Whitbread's sales and profit rise in the first six months of the year, boosted by growing sales at its Costa Coffee and Premier Inn chains.
John Lewis appoints Paula Nickolds as first woman boss
John Lewis has said Paula Nickolds will become its new managing director, replacing Andy Street.
Monte dei Paschi shares suspended after 23% fall
Shares in Italian bank Monte dei Paschi are temporarily suspended from trading after plummeting 23%.
India puzzled by 'sacking' of Tata boss Cyrus Mistry
The country's media is filled with speculation about what was behind the "ousting" of Tata chairman Cyrus Mistry and where the company is heading.
Hilton unveils sale of 25% stake to China's HNA
Chinese conglomerate HNA acquires a 25% stake in hotel group Hilton as part of its efforts to become a 'global tourism business.'
Game's PlayStation VR demo charges spark anger
Gamers have complained about video game retailer Game's decision to charge for demos of Sony's new PlayStation Virtual Reality headset.
US to examine AT&T deal to buy Time Warner
US lawmakers and both presidential candidates have raised questions about AT&T's deal to buy Time Warner for $85.4bn (£70bn).
Webcams used to attack Reddit and Twitter recalled
Home webcams that were hijacked to help knock popular websites offline last week are being recalled in the US.
Philips reports 18% profit rise on strong health sales
Dutch electronics firm Philips sees third-quarter profits jump after posting strong sales in its health businesses.
Hanjin shares tumble on closure of Europe business
Shares in embattled South Korean shipper Hanjin tumble as the firm says it will close its European business.
Child refugees in Turkey making clothes for UK shops
Clothes made by child refugees in Turkey are ending up among those sold by leading British brands, a Panorama investigation reveals.
New bid for the Kidman estate, Australia's largest cattle farm
A new all-Australian bid for the Kidman estate, the country's largest cattle farm, tops an offer made earlier this month by billionaire Gina Rinehart together with Chinese investors.
Banks poised to relocate out of UK over Brexit, BBA warns
Large banks are set to relocate out of the UK early next year over fears around Brexit, says the boss of the British Bankers' Association.
Indian start-up Kulture Shop brings artists together
In India, one start-up called Kulture Shop is bringing together urban artists and turning their designs into home and lifestyle products.
The Heathrow deal, in numbers...
Richard Westcott takes a look at some of the big numbers behind the Heathrow third runway decision.
Heathrow's tricky landing - in 60 seconds
BBC News explains the bumpy ride that lasted over a decade, eventually leading to Heathrow airport getting approval for a third runway.
Growing up under Heathrow's flightpath
At busy times planes fly over Hounslow Heath Infant and Nursery school every minute.
Zac Goldsmith quits as MP over Heathrow third runway
Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith resigns over the government's support for a new runway at Heathrow.
South Korean bosses apologise after embezzlement accusations
Lotte's Chairman Shin Dong-bin bowed with his directors and gave a public apology.
US telecoms giant AT&T plans to buy entertainment group Time Warner - what will that mean for consumers?
'Things are changing'
How can more women break through India's glass ceiling to take on senior and board level roles?
More and more of us are eating breakfast out of the house, and the competition for our custom is hotting up.
'We have no future'
As the fleet of bankrupt Hanjin Shipping makes its way back home, the crew members know they face being set adrift into an uncertain future.
The business of hedging
Hedging is an important part of financial safeguarding for businesses - but what exactly is it?
Marmite: A potted history of the British-born spread
Panic spread across the UK as it emerged that the iconic yeast extract Marmite was at risk of being removed from the nation's supermarket shelves. But what is the story behind the brand?
As Samsung stops production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after incidents of the handsets catching fire, how can it hope to repair its damaged reputation?
More than a fire row
Problems for technology giant Samsung may go beyond a smart-phone that catches fire, as the BBC's Stephen Evans explains.
Fires and spin
Whirlpool is facing a cacophony of calls to improve its response to a tumble dryer fire risk. A BBC News investigation has delved into the sequence of events.
A man for all seasons
How Isadore Sharp founded and built up the Four Seasons hotel chain, and why at the age of 85 he still plays an active role in leading the business.
There are three main issues the UK needs to address if it is going to build a technology company on the scale of Google, according to a group of entrepreneurs.
A hundred days on from Britain's vote to leave the European Union, which of the UK's biggest companies do investors think are benefiting and which are losing out?
When businesses mess up
When business mistakes happen, millions, if not billions, can be lost.
Driving change in India
India is becoming a major vehicle manufacturing hub, with several foreign firms setting up factories there - and changing people's lives in the process.
Bras, bums and beauty
Adverts claiming to understand the experiences of modern women can be a risky strategy. Here are five very different campaigns that consumers either loved or hated.
A profile of virtual reality firm boss Samantha Kingston, who has enjoyed a meteoric rise after falling into the video games industry by accident.
Mapping out where the UK's leading tech clusters are based and what each one specialises in.
Hinkley Point C
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?
Stranded at sea
Some 60 of Hanjin Shipping's cargo vessels are stranded at sea, after the company filed for bankruptcy - with crew and cargo stuck on board. Here's the story of one of them.
Japanese carmaker Nissan is one of only eight sponsors of the Uefa Champions League. What does the firm hope to achieve from its association with Europe's top football competition?
The acquisition by the US media conglomerate Liberty Media of the Formula 1 racing business heralds a new era for the motor sport.