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The Brexit secretary says it is a mistake for businesses that "aren't doing so well" to blame Brexit.
The chief executive of the Chinese firm has said it is developing a device with a fold-out screen.
In a wide-ranging interview Bob Diamond talks of risk, market rigging and why RBS is worse than Barclays.
The UK's fourth-biggest supermarket reports its best quarterly sales increase for almost a decade.
The department store chain's half-year profits slump to £1.2m amid "challenging times" for retail.
Sam Morgan is 17 and a personal shopper for some of football's biggest names, including Paul Pogba, and Kevin de Bruyne.
Lasting consequences and possible future implications: BBC experts take a look at the financial crash 10 years on.
A pregnant woman in China found the boiled rat in her dish after she had taken a few bites.
The New Zealand co-operative said it let down farmers with overly optimistic financial forecasts.
The currency's sharp fall has raised concerns that fuel prices in the country will climb.
As the UK looks at developing more trade deals outside the EU after Brexit, its increasing ties with Israel could provide the model.
Three former Lehman workers recall the bank going bust 10 years ago and how they've used their experiences to set up their own companies.
Protection dictates how many animals migrate and so it was with savers during the financial crisis.
Around 1.5m students graduated from US universities just as the financial crash upended the economy.
The iPhone XS comes in a larger size than before, while a new smartwatch can detect falls.
Former Woolworths employee Earl Marchan tells the BBC how the financial crisis affected him.
The UK's chancellor admits peoples' incomes are suffering, but sees "light at the end of the tunnel".
The rising price of Brent oil reflects concerns about the impact of US sanctions against Iran.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering banning sale of flavoured e-cigarettes.
Chairman Sir Howard Davies says the bank was rescued to save the financial system, not as an investment.