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The world's two biggest economies are at loggerheads, amid concerns tensions might escalate.
Brazil's protectionist policies have fostered national champions - but the walls are coming down.
If the Monetary Policy Committee make its move on Thursday, what will it mean for your finances?
Two former members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee explain the voting process.
Former adviser to Barack Obama to review the dominance of a few powerful technology firms in the UK.
Your stories and experiences of summer jobs.
Smartphones are our constant companions, Ofcom says, but voice calling is falling for first time.
Quarterly revenue rises as Elon Musk's firm increases output, but it still loses more than $700m.
Import tariffs the US is preparing on $200bn of goods from China may be higher than expected.
Companies will be charged to send customers messages via the platform.
The BBC follows one Northern rail user, Lorna, on her daily commute from Burnley to Leeds.
Rihanna shows off extreme eyebrows in Vogue's September issue - is this the end of the Instagram brow?
The department store chain's potential new Chinese owner is abandoning a £70m takeover deal.
Banks have been "choosy" about which savers get the benefit of a rise in interest rates.
The energy supplier says cuts to 9,400-strong workforce are needed because of "rapid" industry changes.
Users will be able to restrict time spent on the app, but some people say it doesn't go far enough.
The broadcaster Sky is to prevent a troubled crowdfunded console using its trademarks.
The separate legal actions involve allegations about the electric carmaker's business practices.
The average home costs £217,000 but the housing market remains relatively subdued, a lender says.
The fashion retailer says it has sold its summer clothing early, thanks to the hot weather.