BBC News - Business
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Two women share their stories of juggling senior jobs and being home carers.
Automation could wipe out many jobs in developing countries, says globalisation expert Ian Goldin.
Figures show HS2 has bought over 900 properties that could be affected by the high-speed rail route.
But the Competition and Markets Authority stops short of saying accountancy firms should be broken up.
The start date for London's new Elizabeth Line, could be pushed back again, sources tell the BBC.
JP Morgan promotes finance chief Marianne Lake, making her a possible successor to Jamie Dimon.
She says her father suggested the role to her, but she told him she was happy in her work.
Bank boss says climate change protestors do not feel they have many other "tools" at their disposal.
The heads of two major central banks warn firms they may "fail to exist" if they ignore threats.
The Indian airline temporarily suspends all domestic and international flights.
Streaming company Netflix is to trial showing UK users its most-watched shows over a weekly period.
The EU makes it latest move in a long-running dispute with the US over aircraft subsidies.
Network Rail says helium balloons are causing delays by getting caught in overhead cables.
Sites that fail to comply will face being blocked by internet service providers.
House prices rise 0.6% in the year to February, the slowest rate since September 2012, official figures show.
Shares tumble after Juventus is knocked out of the Champions League by Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam.
Data indicates Beijing's efforts to arrest a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy may be working.
A claim alleging 46 million people were overcharged in shops due to high card fees has been revived.
Robots are good at repetitive tasks but struggle with new objects. Can they be trained to overcome that?
When HMS Victory sank, she took with her an early prototype of the gyroscope, crucial to modern technology.