Huawei: China warns of investment blow to UK over 5G ban A top Chinese diplomat tells the BBC there could be "substantial" repercussions if the UK bars Huawei.

Markets dip as US-China trade war spooks investors Investors get the jitters as tensions rise between the US and China.

Sir Philip Green 'grabbed women's breasts' Lords told Lord Hain uses parliamentary privilege to make allegations about staff complaints

Colluding drug firms 'cost the NHS millions of pounds' The competition regulator says that four drugs firms forced the price of an anti-nausea tablet up by 700%.

Boeing 737 Max: FAA says no fixed timetable for grounding to be lifted US aviation regulator says he is "not tied to a timetable" over when the Boeing jet can fly again.

More than 550 jobs 'at risk' after proposed chicken factory closure Food group 2 Sisters announces its site in Witham could shut and says it will look to redeploy staff.

Set curfew for online money lending, say academics Research says late-night online access to credit means people borrow more than they can afford to repay.

HS2 boss: Business case for Northern extension is 'clear' Mark Thurston says the "real prize" for the UK would be the completion of the high-speed rail network.

Panasonic scrutinises relationship with Huawei US restrictions on Chinese telecoms giant Huawei are having a ripple effect across the tech industry.

Body Shop owner Natura to buy Avon for £1.6bn The new combined company will boast 3,200 stores worldwide with a presence in 100 countries.

Sky Bet boss: 'Industry should consider funding treatment centres' The boss of one of the UK's biggest betting companies says more needs to be done to help problem gamblers.

Topshop tycoon Sir Philip Green to close 23 stores The pensions regulator has doubts about Sir Philip Green's proposed rescue plan to mend the business.

British Steel insolvency endangers 5,000 jobs British Steel enters compulsory liquidation, threatening 5,000 jobs directly and 20,000 more indirectly.

Netball counts down to World Cup 'summer of excitement' The 2019 Netball World Cup can boost the game on and off the court, and build on England's 2018 Commonwealth Games success.

What have economists been getting wrong? Evan Davis explains how the field of economics is asking itself some tough questions.

What went wrong at Jamie's Italian? Stretched staff, cavernous premises and the curse of the coupon.

Feeling the impact of Trump's foreign worker squeeze US firms say President Trump has made it harder to hire the skilled foreign workers they need.

British Steel collapse: the role of Greybull Capital The secretive investment firm also owned Monarch Airlines and Comet.

How computing's first 'killer app' changed everything Technology reshapes the workplace in much subtler ways than simply robots stealing jobs.

Are barcodes the way to protect dementia patients? How technology and community support is keeping people with dementia in Japan safe.

The pun-loving computer programs that write adverts AI-powered advertising copywriters are coming, but can they be taught to be as inventive as humans?

'The bullying got worse and worse and I snapped' How a troubled childhood gave investor Guy Hands the drive to succeed in life.

What are the EU rules about state aid? What does the EU say about state aid and could Brexit make it easier?

How the humble brick built the world Why bricks are still a vital building technology.

Are our weddings too white? Why it might be time to rethink the way we celebrate as more couples come from diverse backgrounds.

The doctor who invented 18 medical devices Professionals are finding holes in the system and turning into entrepreneurs to fill gaps in the market.

The pistachios that need police protection In Sicily, police are moving to stop criminals stealing the island's pistachios ahead of this year's harvest.

Hawksmoor wine mistake: How is any bottle worth £4,500? Experts explain why wine can be priced at thousands of pounds, how it tastes, and who buys it.

What has happened to energy since privatisation? What has happened to bills, profits and how the UK compares with the rest of the EU?

Tackling the world's single-use plastic problem Tackling the world's single-use plastic problem

If a house was designed by machine, how would it look? This house was designed using algorithms and machines. They chose complex, organic-looking forms.

PMQs: Corbyn and May on saving British Steel and jobs Jeremy Corbyn says the government has "again failed our steel industry" with thousands of jobs at risk at British Steel and in its supply chain.

How Japan is keeping people with dementia safe Each year in Japan thousands of elderly dementia sufferers go missing, but technology can now help.

Middlesbrough: Keeping the flames alive at final foundry There is only one foundry left in Middlesbrough - the town once known as Ironopolis.

The Nobel prize-winner tackling Parkinson's Nobel prize-winner Randy Schekman is launching a new project to tackle Parkinson's disease.