Conned out of my life savings, then 'failed' by police Cynthia Tuck says fraudsters took her life savings and that no-one has faced justice for what happened.

Jingye to invest £1bn and save 'thousands of British Steel jobs' The Chinese company says it will invest £1.2bn in British Steel following rescue agreement.

UK growth 'slowest in almost a decade' Official statistics show the economy avoided recession after GDP grew by 0.3% in the third quarter.

Formula 1 launches a plan to become carbon neutral by 2030 Formula 1 launches a plan to become carbon neutral by 2030 and will "begin carbon-reduction projects immediately".

Uber CEO calls Jamal Khashoggi murder 'serious mistake' Dara Khosrowshahi compared the journalist's killing to his company's failings with self-driving cars.

Alibaba sees strong sales as Singles' Day beats record The world's biggest online shopping day beats the previous record set in 2018

'Real living wage' rises in pre-Christmas pay bump Employers signed up to the voluntary scheme will increase the UK hourly rate to £9.30.

Climate change: British Airways reviews 'fuel-tankering' over climate concerns A British Airways insider has revealed airlines deliberately fill planes with extra fuel to cut costs.

Payment firm Klarna messed up my credit score, says student Debt charities concerned about the rising popularity of interest-free shopping online.

Shop worker: 'I am verbally abused on a daily basis' Threats and violent attacks towards shop workers are rising in the UK, according to a new survey.

London-Glasgow passengers choose rail over air In the 12 months to July 2019, a record 29% of customers travelled with Virgin Trains rather than by plane.

Apple's 'sexist' credit card investigated by US regulator Goldman Sachs, which operates Apple Card, discriminates between men and women, it is claimed.

The reigning queen of American reality TV How Lisa Vanderpump juggles being a TV star with running a multimillion dollar business empire.

General election 2019: The jobs eight out of 10 Britons do Who are the "hard-working" and "ordinary" people that politicians love to appeal to?

Bye box: How streaming could kill the games console Streaming games services will offer an alternative to the traditional console, but will they kill off?

What does the US want from China? What is its endgame? The US-China rivalry is about more than trade - it spans economics, defence, culture and technology.

The shareholders fighting to make oil firms greener "Shareholder activists" are increasingly pushing energy firms to do more to address climate change.

Boeing whistleblower raises doubts over 787 oxygen system Former quality manager says Boeing was driven by cost and schedules above safety, which it denies.

Could the world cope if GPS stopped working? Despite widespread reliance on the system, there is no universal plan to deal with GPS disruption.

TikTok: Should we trust the Chinese social-media video app? US lawmakers are worried about TikTok's Chinese ownership, despite its data-protection assurances.

'Being a good guy boss left me £1.2m in debt' Murray Menzies is one of scores of small traders facing financial ruin over a pensions scheme.

Work romance: 'I was sacked for falling in love' Gary Lyon lost his senior management job for dating a junior colleague, but now they are married.

Behind the wheel of a hydrogen-powered car Hydrogen cars are green, quick to refuel and have range, so why are battery cars way ahead of them?

No-one understood our idea, but now it's worth over $1bn Howie Liu's firm AirTable wants to make spreadsheets so simple anyone can use them.

The dangerous life of food delivery drivers When it comes to deliveries - drivers risk intimidation and serious injury to bring us our food.

Swine fever devastates China's pigs China's pigs are being devastated by African swine fever which has now spread throughout the country.

PMC Bank: Indian customers protest after fraud investigation launched Nearly a million Indians are left without full access to their bank accounts as police investigate alleged fraud.

How does America see its relationship with China? Given a trade war, and South China Sea rivalries, how does the US see its relationship with China?

How the satnav became a million dollar idea The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the satnav became a million dollar idea.

I followed my father's advice and became a billionaire Serial entrepreneur Bhavin Turakhia shares his father's advice which he says has helped him to find success in business.

How instant noodles became a million dollar idea The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how instant noodles became a million dollar idea.

Boeing 'doesn't understand our grief' Zipporah Kuria's father Joseph Waithaka was one of 157 people killed when a Boeing 737 Max crashed in March.