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Netflix tunes into subscriber surge
 The streaming service adds more than 8 million members in the last three months of 2017.

Manchester United remains football's top revenue-generator
 The Old Trafford club leads the Deloitte global football money league for the tenth time.

Rupert Murdoch: Facebook should pay for news
 Rupert Murdoch says newspapers are not being properly paid by the social network for their content.

JLR cuts Land Rover production amid diesel uncertainty
 The UK's biggest car maker will temporarily cut output amid Brexit fears and tax hikes on diesels.

Children 'need to play more to gain work skills'
 A lack of play means children miss out on developing crucial skills, the Lego Foundation says.

Amazon opens a supermarket with no checkouts
 Amazon opens its first grocery store without cashiers to shoppers in Seattle on Monday.

Davos: the inventions cutting plastic consumption
 Campaigners are highlighting innovations that could help cut down on unrecyclable plastic packaging.

IMF: Global economic outlook is bright
 The IMF's economic forecast says prospects for the global economy have picked up, especially for Europe and Asia.

Betting shares tumble on report of cut to machine stakes
 William Hill and Ladbrokes are hit by suggestions that the maximum bet on machines could be slashed.

Davos 2018: Bosses confident global growth will continue
 Some 57% of chief executives expect the global economy to expand this year, says PwC.

Only one in four trust social media, says survey
 Two-thirds of Britons think platforms like Facebook and Twitter should be more tightly regulated, according to a survey.

Vauxhall: Unite union chief in 'frank exchange' with PSA
 Union leader Len McCluskey and the boss of the car company's owner PSA say Monday's talks were "frank".

CBI calls for UK to remain in a customs union with EU
 A post-Brexit customs union is best for economic growth, the CBI's director general says.

Macron: 'Special' deal possible for UK, but it can't 'cherry-pick' rules
 But the French president warns Britain would not have full access to the single market without accepting its rules.

BBC World News business headlines
 The latest international business headlines from BBC World News.

The Malaysian region that became a hardware hub
 The small Malaysian state of Penang is punching well above its weight in the tech world through hardware manufacturing.

'Don't be afraid to ask for help'
 'Don't be afraid to ask for help', says Jen Atkinson, the CEO of luxury travel company ITC.

Macron says 'single market' membership must include open borders
 The French president said a special trade deal between the UK and EU is possible.

Hyperloop: A visit to the test site of Virgin's train of the future
 Can a futuristic tube-based transport scheme that shoots pods through a vacuum become a reality?

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

Fighting for flexible working hours
 Less than half of parents feel flexible working is an option in their workplace.

Fishermen's app: 'We can go direct to the consumer'
 The app that's allowing Africa's fishermen to sell their catches directly to restaurants.

Alstom testing automated freight train in the Netherlands
 The automated freight train can travel 100km without driver intervention.

Kim Dotcom sues New Zealand government for damages
 Kim Dotcom says New Zealand is liable for destruction to his business and property.

#MeToo hits Davos
 Gender equality is high on the Davos agenda this year, but does the elite gathering have its own issue?

Sky dreamers
 Congestion in cities and fears of climate change are spawning new ideas for air travel.

Davos bound
 The World Economic Forum in Davos gets ready for US President Donald Trump.

Backpack midwife
 For many people in remote regions access to healthcare is limited, so tech is coming to their aid.

Exiled for being Jewish
 As a 19-year-old Adam Ringer was kicked out of Poland during an anti-Semitic purge, but he returned two decades later to become a key business leader.

Switch on, switch off
 As cars become more automated, some experts worry that we are becoming complacent drivers.

Flexible working
 The mother who had to give up her job to fit in childcare

Modern day slaves
 There are 13,000 modern slavery victims in the UK, the BBC's Nina Warhurst meets one man who managed to escape.

Ukraine's secret
 Ukraine's IT sector is flourishing despite continuing conflict with Russian-backed rebels in the east.

Made in Medellin
 How two student friends set up and grew popular bikini and swimsuit business Agua Bendita.

Heads up
 This year's Detroit car show sees new US investments, a Chinese challenger, nostalgia and fashionable headlights.

Paris, London
 A partnership between Imperial College London and a major French agency will keep access to European research funding.

Panic buying
 Cyber insurance is growing fast as businesses lose billions to hackers.

Auto changes
 The Detroit motor show is a major industry event, but technological advances are changing the traditional order.

Sticky business
 How a UK expat introduced Americans to the joys of traditional British desserts, such as sticky toffee pudding.

Socking it to 'em
 John Cronin and his father, Mark, explain how they've grown their colourful socks business.

Will taps run dry?
 With water usage and droughts across the globe rising, the race is on to manage water more efficiently.

Donald's decision
 Of all the questions hanging over world trade in 2018, none loom larger than Donald Trump's attitude to it.

Net gains
 Basketball rivals the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers are in the UK to boost the NBA's global presence.

Big designs
 How young Australian entrepreneur Melanie Perkins set up and grew popular design website Canva.

First class
 A UK project inspiring disadvantaged youngsters to apply to university is being applied to South Africa's townships.

Kickstart your fitness
 Many of us make New Year's resolutions to lose weight and get fit, so can tech help us stick to them?

Lots of dough
 How David Page made a fortune in the restaurant business, despite being expelled from school - and getting sacked from his first job.

Bitcoin blip
 African millennials explain to Catherine Byaruhanga the attraction of risky cryptocurrency Bitcoin.

Late goal
 The Bundesliga's top clubs admit marketing efforts are still way behind those of Premier League rivals.

Capital commuting
 After this week's rise in train fares, we look at the commuter towns where your money goes further

Davos explained: In 90 seconds
 The World Economic Forum kicks off its meeting in Davos, and this year Donald Trump will be among the attendees.

Why should I care?
 Why should we care about the annual gathering of the rich and powerful in the Swiss ski resort of Davos?

'Too many left out of growth'
 Too many people are still being left out of the global recovery, says IMF's Christine Lagarde.

'Richest 1% get 82% of wealth'
 The gap between the super rich and the rest of the world widened last year, claims Oxfam.

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