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Huawei set for limited role in UK 5G networks

The US failed to convince the prime minister to ban the Chinese firm from any involvement.

Neil Woodford: Investor 'feels let down' over losses

Thousands of investors are told what they will receive as Neil Woodford's stricken fund is wound up.

Flybe: Ryanair's Michael O'Leary accuses Sajid Javid of being 'misleading'

Michael O'Leary accuses the chancellor of making "inaccurate" statements over the rescue of Flybe.

Banks asked to explain 40% overdraft rates

The City watchdog says most banks have set "very similar prices" under the new rules.

RBS: Developer who bought jet and yacht loses case against bank

Oliver Morley, who alleged a controversial division of the bank ruined his firm, has lost his case.

Airbus reaches deal to settle corruption probe

Reports say the aircraft maker could end up paying fines of more than £2.5bn.

Beeching rail cuts: Fund to help restore lines goes ahead amid criticism

The transport secretary unveils the first two railway lines to receive funding to restore rural services.

Migrant salary threshold fall 'would boost public sector'

Reducing the minimum by £4,400 would help recruit NHS staff and teachers, says an independent committee.

Insurer Aviva apologises to mistaken Michaels

Several thousand customers receive an apology from Aviva after they were all wrongly called Michael.

Northern rail franchise: Your tales of 'atrocious' service

Commuters and business owners in one village express their frustration about rail disruption.

Coronavirus: Facebook staff told to avoid China travel

The social media giant has become the first big American company to tell its employees not to travel.

Sainsbury's pledges £1bn to cut emissions to zero by 2040

The retailer says it can hit "net zero" by 2040 with action on food waste, packaging and water use.

Huawei: Is it a security threat and what will be its role in UK 5G?

Is Chinese tech giant Huawei really a security risk, and what will be its role in the UK's 5G network?

The man teaching 300 million people a new language

Luis von Ahn is the founder and boss of Duolingo, the world's most popular language learning app.

Davos 2020: Algae proposed as an alternative to plastic

A French think tank called Atelier Luma is investigating whether treated algae can be used an an alternative material to plastic.

Would Greta Thunberg's generation play with these toys?

More sustainable toys are coming on the market designed to appeal to planet-conscious consumers.

The rapid rise of 'Buy now, pay later'

Deals allowing customers to spread payments interest-free are increasing but charities warn of building debts.

Memorial benches: 'A quiet reminder of people gone, but not forgotten'

Dedicated benches can be a place of solace, but may only be temporary and costs can be prohibitive.

Coronavirus: Could it damage the global economy?

Inevitably, it will have economic consequences. But how severe and how far will they spread?

What can you use instead of Google and Facebook?

More and more companies are promising privacy online and an alternative to the big internet firms.

UK's best High Street is Welsh valleys town Treorchy

Treorchy has been praised for a thriving community - bursting with independent businesses.

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.

'I have to live on $1,175 a year'

Brazil's army of fruit workers speak of struggling with low pay and dangerous working conditions.

Examining the effects of Brexit on a Worthing pharmaceutical firm

Once the UK leaves the EU, new drugs will have to be tested here and in Europe.

How do we get more female leaders?

We asked a number of top Davos attendees how to boost the number of women in leadership roles.

Fast fashion: Can it ever be ethical and cheap?

Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant debates whether fashion can be sustainable and cheap.

'We don't yet know exactly what Brexit will entail'

"Get Brexit done" may have been a popular general election slogan, but what exactly does it mean?

Davos 2020: Quarrels, but little consensus

The World Economic Forum at Davos produced rows over climate change and trade, but little consensus.

Tesco chief executive on getting rid of multi-wrap plastic use

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis on the plan to ditch the plastic wrap on tinned food.

CEO Secrets Nico Rosberg: Manage the hell out of time

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.

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