Tesla market value passes Volkswagen to hit $100bn Tesla sold more than 367,000 cars last year, just a fraction of its competitors.

PwC executive leaves firm after Dos Santos revelations Executive leaves the firm after PwC links revealed with the former Angolan president's daughter.

Two weeks of leave for UK parents who lose a child The law, which will come into force in April, will be the most generous in the world, ministers say.

Trade tensions rise as US threatens car tariffs The US has warned it could start taxing UK car exports if UK's tech tax goes ahead.

Lloyds joins crowd with new 40% overdraft rates Customers will be charged "personalised" overdraft rates of up to 49.9% from April, but most will pay 39.9%.

Canada prosecutors propose £110m Volkswagen fine The company is dealing with the fallout from its 2015 emissions scandal around the world.

US plans limits for 'emotional support' animals on flights Passengers have attempted to bring increasingly exotic animals on board flights.

Fender Europe fined £4.5m for preventing online discounts The guitar maker has been fined £4.5m after it admitted breaking competition law.

Sirius: 'You feel sorry for people who've invested a lot' Mining giant Anglo American will buy Sirius, but for only a quarter of what it was worth months ago.

Mental health at work: 'My boss let me go over my condition' A worker and a chief executive tell their stories about mental health in the workplace.

Protester says she was paid to appear at Huawei hearing Others told media they were offered around C$100 to hold placard with slogans like "Free Ms Meng".

Jeff Bezos hack: UN experts demand probe of Saudi crown prince The UN experts' call comes amid reports Mohammed bin Salman's phone was used to hack the Amazon boss.

Sainsbury's boss Mike Coupe to quit after six years Mike Coupe's future has been in doubt since the supermarket's failed attempt to merge with Asda.

Ted Baker investigation finds £58m phantom stock Accountants found that the retailer has overvalued its stock by an amount that is double previous estimates.

South Western Railway warned it could be placed in public hands The government reveals South Western Railway's franchise is "not sustainable in the long term".

Boris Johnson urged to let Greggs workers keep bonus The PM rejects claims by Jeremy Corbyn the government is not helping low paid workers on universal credit.

Jaguar Land Rover to cut 500 jobs at its Halewood plant The company says a change in shift patterns will "affects around 10% of Halewood's workforce".

Jeff Bezos hack: Saudi Arabia calls claim ‘absurd’ The Saudi crown prince's WhatsApp account has reportedly been linked to the data breach.

Deepfakes: A threat to democracy or just a bit of fun? Deepfakes, or computer-generated images of people, can be dangerous for democracy, warn experts.

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Davos: 'Forget about net zero, we need real zero' - Greta Thunberg The 17-year-old activist tells world leaders that 'fiddling around with numbers' will not be enough.

Davos: Trump decries climate 'prophets of doom' with Thunberg in audience The US president attacks activists at the World Economic Forum, with Greta Thunberg in the audience.

Davos: The compostable bags trying to replace plastic Daphna Nissenbaum discusses how her compostable plastic bags are made and how they could help save the planet.

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'I had to get tickets... it was a huge sum: £397!' As part of a BBC blog series, Sunneva María Svövudóttir from Iceland shares what she spent this week.

What happens when we're too old to be 'useful'? Can we afford to pay pensions, given the huge demographic challenge of our ageing population?

How Dan Aykroyd went from battling spirits to selling them Hollywood actor Dan Aykroyd is also the boss of a popular vodka company.

Davos 2020: What is the World Economic Forum and is it elitist? The rich and powerful will gather in Davos this week, but claims of elitism still dog the event.

Courier fraud: Victim 'cried for days' Police warn £7m was stolen from elderly and vulnerable people in 2019 in so-called courier fraud.

Rough Trade: We're selling more records than ever The music retailer launches a partnership with Apple Music, saying that streaming boosts vinyl sales.

Giant jet engines aim to make our flying greener How much more efficiency can be wrung out of the jet engine - technology which is over 70 years old?

Why is kosher food soaring in popularity? Sales of kosher accredited food is booming around the world, with more and more firms getting in on act.

Does your company nurture neurodiverse talent? Universal Music UK have changed their work culture to be more inclusive to neurodiverse people.

Is it OK to call in sick with a common cold? Should you just crack on with it when you have a cold, or hide under the duvet for everybody's sake?

The accidental Singer sewing machine revolution A device that changed women's lives was originally intended to make one man rich.

Plug-in and sail: Meet the electric ferry pioneers Battery powered ferries are becoming bigger and are sailing further, but they are still expensive.

Why people use bots to buy limited edition trainers The resale market of rare trainers has exploded with the use of computer bots, the BBC finds.

Davos 2020: Nico Rosberg reveals his CEO secrets Formula 1 star and entrepreneur Nico Rosberg shares his business advice in a special edition of CEO Secrets from the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Deepfake videos: Can you really believe what you see? With deepfake technology, it is getting easier to turn yourself into somebody else on screen.

Davos: Greta Thunberg & Donald Trump clash on climate change The Swedish climate activist and the US president gave very different speeches at Davos.

Mental health: How to spot if you are suffering 'burnout' Nerina Ramlakhan explains the four signs of burnout that people can exhibit, due to stress at work.

Mental health tip: 'Combine peak performance with moments of rest' "It's important to combine peak performance with moments of rest," says Lloyds Bank chief executive.

Davos summit: Protesters hike up to Davos Several hundred protesters are making a three-day hike up to Davos, to coincide with President Trump's arrival at the World Economic Forum.

Davos 2020: An overview of the WEF summit in numbers BBC News looks at some of the numbers around the 50th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.