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Goldman boss apologises for 1MDB scandal
 The bank's new chief executive David Solomon also distances the bank from the deal.

US 'probes Huawei for trade secret theft'
 The investigation, reported by US media, adds to pressure facing the Chinese technology giant.

Domino's Pizza app must be accessible to blind people
 A blind man had complained that he was unable to change toppings or complete his order online.

Gillette maker's boss warns on Brexit price rises
 The boss of Procter and Gamble, David S. Taylor, said his and other firms want "an amicable solution between the UK and the EU".

No-deal Brexit warning for UK drivers
 A no-deal Brexit would mean anyone planning to drive outside the UK would need an insurance Green Card.

Chancellor hints at Article 50 delay
 Philip Hammond reassures business Brexit could be delayed to avoid "no-deal" scenario.

Carlos Ghosn: Renault 'preparing to replace' jailed boss
 Renault is "preparing to replace" the detained executive as chief executive and chairman, reports say.

UK inflation at lowest in nearly two years
 UK inflation fell to 2.1% in December, pushed down by falling fuel prices.

Rihanna takes father to court in trademark dispute
 The singer says her father has misused her name to further his entertainment business.

Google Maps deterring outback tourists, say small firms
 Australian authorities complain that Google Maps wrongly makes remote destinations seem inaccessible.

Turkey: Could the US damage its economy?
 Is Turkey at the mercy of the US economically as President Trump claims?

Pound rises after 'meaningful' Brexit vote
 The pound rebounds against the dollar after MPs vote to reject Theresa May's Brexit deal.

Asia moves to reassure firms as Brexit uncertainty spikes
 Countries in Asia push forward with trade negotiations to calm businesses as Brexit uncertainty rises.

Ford and VW agree alliance to build vans and pickups
 The motor giants say they will also consider co-operating on electric and self-driving cars.

Netflix raises prices for US customers
 Prices are to rise by between 13% and 18%, the second increase in less than two years.

German economic growth slowest for five years
 Europe's largest economy grew by 1.5% last year as global trade and car sales slowed.

McDonald's loses case against Irish rival
 Fast food company Supermac's hails the end of the "McBully" after winning the trademark case.

Gillette faces backlash and boycott over '#MeToo advert'
 The video about toxic masculinity, bullying and men's behaviour sparks outrage online.

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

The ultrasound scan you can do yourself
 A US company has produced an ultrasound scanner that plugs into an iPhone and costs $2,000 (£1,555).

Detroit auto show: Supercharged cars dazzle on debut
 Power and speed took centre stage in Detroit as carmakers showed off new additions to their line up.

'Food porn star' Indian chef gives fine dining a twist
 Gaggan Anand, the executive chef at Bangkok's Michelin-starred restaurant Gaggan, has brought Indian cuisine to new heights.

Migrant workers: 'You don't want us any more in the UK'
 Employers warn of labour shortages after Brexit because of new rules for low-skilled migrant workers.

CES 2019: The sat nav of the future has arrived
 A car dashboard that can display directions and points of interest as holograms has been developed.

'Treat your business partnership like your marriage'
 Founder of ecological shoe brand Allbirds, Joey Zwillinger, says he treats his business partnership like his marriage.

The challenge of doing business in Argentina
 As Argentina remains mired in economic crisis it is a difficult place to do business, but one firm shows that success is possible.

How does Brexit affect the pound?
 Sterling has had a volatile couple of years since the UK voted to leave the European Union. Why?

China's weakening trade figures should concern us all
 It isn't just the US president that should be concerned about this week's sluggish trade figures.

Why are the Chinese buying fewer cars?
 As both the government and households try to reduce their debt levels, car sales across China are declining.

Hermes: Where the luxury giant is an industry outsider
 France's luxury retailer Hermes is trying to become a big player in Switzerland's exclusive watch industry.

Smartwatches: Switzerland's friend or foe?
 The Swiss watch industry faced a near-death experience from quartz products. Is the smartwatch a similar threat?

Detroit auto show: Firms bet on petrol to fund electric future
 Automakers are relying on the popularity of big, traditional vehicles to fund their electric ambitions.

Watches: A Briton at the heart of a Swiss tradition
 Stephen Forsey's company is making waves in the spiritual home of Switzerland's watch industry.

The former homeless man bringing web access to the Bronx
 People without internet access have fewer life chances than those that do. How can we close the gap?

'Our vision is never to lay anyone off'
 The Argentine boss who travelled the world to get orders and prevent him from having to make staff redundant.

Watch industry's times are changing
 Swiss watch companies gather for their Geneva show after a difficult couple of years for the industry.

eSwatini - Taiwan's last friend in Africa
 Why Taiwan, not China, is the economic partner of choice for the nation formerly known as Swaziland.

Mary Poppins Returns: Can tuppence really save the day?
 The latest Mary Poppins film has been a hit at the box office but what money lessons can we take from the film franchise?

The drone pilot whose maps are saving lives in Zanzibar
 Drones are being used to map previously unmapped areas in Africa to the benefit of its citizens.

Are the days of the private car really over?
 Is the "robo-taxis" revolution really on its way? Many readers were doubtful, so we address their counter-arguments.

How is Qatar coping with its economic embargo?
 As the boycott of Qatar by four of its neighbours enters a third calendar year, what is its continuing impact?

Fukubukuro: Why Japan goes crazy for 'lucky bags'
 Taking your chances on buying a mystery bag of a store's old stock has become a New Year tradition.

Making better use of 'surgeons flipping burgers'
 The UN wants a better system for recognising the qualifications and work skills of migrants.

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