Electric car models to triple in Europe by 2021 An EU transport body says the range of electric car models available to consumers is getting better.

UK workers who lose jobs to AI will be retrained The government launches a scheme to retrain workers whose jobs may vanish because of automation.

Netflix shares sink 10% as subscriber take-up slows The video streaming pioneer blamed price rises for adding fewer paid subscribers than hoped.

Sotheby's auction of rare sneakers nets more than $850,000 The first major auction of sneakers nets $850,000, with the last and rarest pair still up for grabs.

KLM breastfeeding policy causes turbulence Dutch airline KLM has asked mothers to cover up when breastfeeding, in response to complaints.

Boeing crash: I miss them every minute Paul Njoroge, who lost his whole family in the 10 March Boeing crash, gives emotional testimony to US Congress.

M&S defends Little Shop toy giveaway despite backlash The retailer is accused of producing more plastic waste, but says the promotion is sustainable.

Tourists facing travel money 'shock' this summer Tourists are getting less than a euro for their pounds in some foreign exchange kiosks.

Ferry companies warn of gridlock in no-deal Brexit Freight companies have told Newsnight they will refuse boarding to lorries that do not have the right paperwork.

Fast fashion: Zara promises all its clothes will be sustainable by 2025 Shoppers at the chain will also see containers in store so that they can recycle their old clothes.

Top London home prices 'falling fastest' amid UK slowdown Detached London homes fell in value by over £50,000 in a year, but many regions see house price rises.

The CubeSat revolution changing the way we see the world Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.

Females to the fore? What golf is doing to attract more women Golf has realised it needs to make the sport more attractive to women, on and off the playing course.

Will ships without sailors be the future of trade? May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.

Three months after I was paralysed, I was back at work When tech entrepreneur Hiroki Takeuchi was paralysed in a cycling accident, he was back in work just three months later.

Cricket World Cup: Illegal bookmakers still thriving India's cricketers didn't make the World Cup final, but its bookmakers are still making millions.

How the 2019 coffee crisis might affect you Farmers are struggling as coffee prices drop to historic lows, so why is the cost of a latte rising?

Would you drink camel milk? Australia's growing number of camel farmers say that global demand for camel milk is rising fast.

Killed for spying: The story of the first factory Completed in 1721, the Lombe brothers' five-storey textile mill was quickly copied around the world.

Desktop dining rules: No boiled eggs or tinned fish There are unofficial rules for what you can eat at your desk, but should you even be doing it anyway?

How social media could ruin your business Negative social media can be a major threat to businesses and can quickly destroy trust in a brand.

The nuclear fight for Sizewell on Suffolk's coast The nuclear industry says new plants are essential, but protesters say the environment is under threat.

Summer dilemma: Can you wear flip-flops to work? Summer has finally arrived, but are there sartorial limits to what you can wear to work?

'I got wiped out, but I was determined to make it back' How entrepreneur Andy Scott was able to rebuild his business and personal fortune.

Lavazza boss: bringing new blood into the family firm. CEO Secret: How family-owned coffee firm Lavazza brought in new blood in its bid to go global.

Politics of automation: Factory workers and robots Humans and robots working together in a factory may excite some tech geeks, but worry others who fear job losses.

Rory Cellan-Jones: 'My proton beam therapy diary' Rory Cellan-Jones kept a video diary of the proton beam therapy he received for his eye tumour.

Thomas Cook boss: 'Our customers' holidays are secure' Struggling Thomas Cook, which is planning a £750m cash injection, seeks to reassure customers.

An artisan baker's recipe for success How do you make a business rise like a bread roll in the oven?