BBC News - BusinessNissan backs UK plant but protests erupt in Spain
Almost 3,000 jobs will be lost in Spain but the carmaker says its Sunderland factory will stay open. Details...What if the US removes Hong Kong's special status?
Until now, the US has given Hong Kong favourable trading terms Details...Biggest UK solar plant approved
Climate change: Go-ahead for controversial solar farm - the UK's biggest Details...Trump to take 'big action' against social media
The US president is expected to sign an executive order following a row with Twitter. Details...Will coronavirus change America's jobless stigma?
In a country where state aid is frowned upon, the number of Americans receiving benefits has skyrocketed. Details...MPs call for urgent action to save aviation jobs
A cross-party group adds its voice to concerns about the government's plan to quarantine all arrivals. Details...Coronavirus: Hardship risk 'could undermine test and trace system'
The rules and rates of sick pay could leave people feeling compelled to work, unions say. Details...Coronavirus: EasyJet plans up to 4,500 job cuts
The airline says up to 30% of its workforce will go as it struggles with the slump in demand for air travel. Details...Coronavirus: Harrods hits the shopping mall to stop congestion
The department store will open at a nearby Westfield centre to ensure social distancing. Details...Uber destroys thousands of bikes and scooters
Videos of the red bikes being crushed were shared online after Uber sold its Jump business to Lime. Details...Charity shops fear deluge of donations when they reopen in June
Lockdown has inspired mass clear outs but charities ask customers to be selective with donation. Details...Coronavirus: Vending machine mum's perfect money lesson
Nurse Sarah Balsdon bought a vending machine, filled it with snacks, then paid her children for chores. Details...Boeing job cuts start to hit nearly 13,000 workers
A drop in travel due to the pandemic worsened the situation for the company, which was already in crisis. Details...Meng Wanzhou: Huawei executive suffers US extradition blow
A Canadian court has ruled that the extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou can continue. Details...UK furlough scheme now covers 8.4 million workers
The scheme to pay wages of workers on leave because of coronavirus has now cost £15bn. Details...Coronavirus: Von der Leyen calls €750bn recovery fund 'Europe's moment'
A giant fund is proposed, some of it raised on capital markets, but several countries express doubts. Details...Coronavirus: When will shops open and what will the rules be?
Non-essential shops can reopen in England next month, but will I be able to buy a book or have a haircut? Details...Coronavirus: 'Short-lived' rebound in house hunter demand
Buyer demand leapt when curbs on the sector were lifted in England, but may not last long-term, analysis says. Details...Coronavirus: Young could be scarred throughout working life
UN agency the International Labour Organisation warns of potential "lockdown generation". Details...Sky Q kicks off HDR support starting with on-demand nature shows
The broadcaster’s new HDR experience will be available to Sky Q customers with certain set-top boxes. Details...Twitter tags Trump tweet with fact-checking warning
It is the first time the social media giant has said one of Donald Trump's tweets could be misleading. Details...'Investors are holding on to their cash'
How a fast-growing baby food firm saw investors pull out because of the Covid-19 crisis. Details...Coronavirus: What are my rights as a non-essential shop worker?
Some shops will reopen from June, but what needs to be in place to keep staff safe? Details...Denmark embraces live music drive-ins
Mads Langer performs a drive-in concert for music fans in Copenhagen while social distancing. Details...Find out which masks offer the most protection and why
You may have heard the term N95 but what does it mean and why are some masks rated higher than others? Details...Huawei: What would happen if the UK ditched the Chinese firm?
Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban. Details...Coronavirus: What's the future for the office?
As companies hint at more home-working, how could our work culture be about to shift? Details...The man who sells 700 million sandwiches a year
Patrick Coveney, is the boss of the UK's largest sandwich maker of pre-packaged sandwiches. Details...
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