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Billionaire Mackenzie Scott gives away £2bn more
The Amazon founder's ex-wife said she chose 286 teams 'empowering voices the world needs to hear'.
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12:23
Trading places Down Under
By Douglas Fraser
Business and economy editor, Scotland
The UK trade deal with Australia is historic, but the lack of clarity over details may remain for some time.
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11:24
Alibaba's Jack Ma is 'lying low', says co-founder
Alibaba's co-founder and executive chairman says Jack Ma is focusing on hobbies and philanthropy.
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10:33
US investment in Derry firm to create 100 jobs
By John Campbell
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor
Marlin Equity Partners buys a majority share in online training company Learning Pool.
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9:14
US and EU agree truce in Boeing-Airbus trade row
The agreement, after 17 years, means taxes on $11.5bn of goods will be removed for five years.
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8:13
Australia trade deal won't hit UK farmers - Truss
The trade secretary denies Australian beef imports will flood the UK and says export markets will grow.
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6:17
'We are riding waves of hope and despair'
By Kate Scotter and Phil Shepka
BBC News, East
Theatres, music venues and nightclubs are among those to be affected by the delayed unlocking.
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6:12
Apple and Google face competition probe in UK
The UK competition authority says it has launched an investigation into the mobile phone market.
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3:57
'NI Executive must cut childcare costs'
By Ciara Colhoun
BBC News NI
Two Northern Ireland business groups say the lack of a childcare policy is "an emergency".
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3:46
Going-out clothes replace athleisure at Boohoo
The fashion chain sees sales growth continue and takes further steps to improve scrutiny of suppliers.
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Record rise in workers on payrolls in May
The number of people in payrolled jobs jumped by almost 200,000 in May as the jobs market continued to recover.
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We're in serious trouble, says hospitality sector
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Easing delay to have 'critical impact' on business
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Signs of an economic recovery?
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3:04 14 Jun
Can I ask to keep working from home?
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2:49 14 Jun
Test and trace gives Serco new profit boost
Outsourcer says profits will outperform amid high continuing demand for coronavirus services.
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1:19 14 Jun
Renting now cheaper than buying a home
There are only four regions in the UK where it is cheaper to buy a home than to rent a property.
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