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The car giants will work together to develop electric motors, transmissions and power electronics.
The body which runs the nationalised parts of Northern Rock and B&B has repaid its taxpayer loan.
High-end jeweller also says it could be hit by the tariffs war between the US and China.
Investment guru Neil Woodford apologises after suspending withdrawals from his largest fund.
A judicial review begins into the government's handling of the increase from 60 to 65 years old.
Indian businesses are the latest victims of Donald Trump's efforts to reshape trading relationships.
China warns tourists to the US to assess the risk of violence and robbery amid tensions over trade.
UK bills are inflated partly because households are subsidising nuclear submarines, MPs are told.
This house is so well insulated it only needs solar power to heat it, and can even hide you from zombies.
Beauty chain Sephora are closing shops across the US in order to give staff diversity training.
Sex has always helped develop and accelerate technology.
The bank cuts its economic outlook for 2019 as US-China trade tensions create uncertainty.
A look at how businesses in the coastal city of Mombasa, Kenya fared during the month of Ramadan.
Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green strikes the deal before a crucial vote over the future of Arcadia.
President Trump told reporters in London that tariffs on Mexican imports will go ahead next week.
Apple is now promoting new apps for music, TV and podcasts.
A US committee will take a fresh look at the impact of the big four tech firms.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has axed the scheme because of its cost and the impact on the environment.
A leading figure says the UK offshore industry "is listening" to teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Australian National University (ANU) says "significant amounts" of data has been illegally accessed.