BBC : Business (37)

Troubled Toshiba flags deeper losses

The troubled Japanese electronics giant delays its final earnings report again as its losses worsen.

UK clamps down on online gambling

The competition regulator is to take action against betting sites which it says are breaking consumer law.

Facebook launches initiative to fight online hate speech

Move is a response to UK government criticism that the firm doesn't do enough to curb online hate.

Fed: US banks have money for crisis

The 34 largest US banks passed the first part of the Federal Reserve's annual stress test.

Auditors lambast Hinkley Point deal

Plans for a new £18bn nuclear power plant are "risky and expensive", says the National Audit Office.

China raises heat over foreign investment

The authorities in China have reportedly stepped up efforts to clamp down on firms' overseas investment.

Qatar wants 10% of American Airlines

Qatar Airways has told the world's biggest airline it plans to buy up to $808m of its shares.

Amazon accuses Walmart of bullying in cloud computing clash

Clash follows reports of Walmart asking IT suppliers not to use Amazon's cloud computing service.

CMA clears Standard Life-Aberdeen Asset Management merger

The decision by the Competition and Markets Authority paves the way for the deal's completion in August.

HS2 franchise: Bidder shortlist revealed

Government reveals firms which want to run the West Coast Main Line, HS2 and South Eastern rail franchises

UK fruit and veg farmers face labour crunch

Growers are already having difficulty recruiting pickers and fear it could get harder post-Brexit.

Imagination Technologies put up for sale amid Apple row

The UK chip designer, which is in dispute with Apple, says it is in talks with potential bidders.

Fruit and veg farmers facing migrant labour shortages

Growers are already having difficulty recruiting pickers and fear it could get harder post-Brexit.

Wimbledon champion Boris Becker declared bankrupt

The three-time champion owed a substantial sum to an investment company.

Ford to move production of US Focus to China

The move comes despite pressure from Donald Trump on carmakers to keep manufacturing jobs in the US.

UK holiday fraudsters could face jail

Travel firms demand action over "embarrassing" problem of bogus illness claims by British holidaymakers abroad.

Chinese bike share firm goes bust after losing 90% of bikes

The Chinese company did not put GPS chips on its bikes and presumes they have been lost or stolen.

China shares get long-sought MSCI index listing

The long-sought move is a boost for Beijing as it tries to open up its financial markets.

Angolan capital 'most expensive city for expats'

The most expensive cities around the globe for expats to live in are revealed in an annual survey.

Ford to move US production of Focus to China

The move comes despite pressure from Donald Trump on carmakers to keep manufacturing jobs in the US.

Barclays charged with fraud in Qatar case

The Serious Fraud Office charges relate to the bank's fundraising during the 2008 financial crisis.

Decision close on Fox's Sky takeover plan

Culture Secretary Karen Bradley will reveal whether she plans a fuller investigation on the bid by 29 June.

Mattel makes over Ken doll line

The dolls have varying body sizes, different skin tones and hairstyles.

'Quiet Concorde' aims to revive supersonic air travel

Boom Supersonic says a prototype of its passenger plane will make its first test flight by the end of 2018.

Barclays charged with fraud in Qatar case

The Serious Fraud Office brought the charges in relation to a capital injection the bank received in 2008.

Australian A$11.3bn gambling merger gets go-ahead

Tabcorp and Tatts hope A$11.3bn deal will help combat the rise of online betting.

Carmakers call for transitional EU deal

The government must strike a transitional deal with the EU to protect the UK car industry, a trade group warns.

Rolls-Royce boss warns against a 'hard Brexit'

The boss of Rolls-Royce says the government must minimise the impact of leaving the EU on business.

Meal kit start-up Blue Apron aims to raise $450m

Blue Apron, one of the most successful meal-kit companies in the US, could be valued at up to $3.2bn when it lists its shares.

Snapchat expands television offerings with Time Warner

Media giant Time Warner will produce shows for the social media service as part of a two-year partnership.

Boeing launches new version of 737 jet

The US aircraft giant says it already has more than 240 orders for the new model of its short-haul jet.

Jaguar Land Rover and Gorillaz team up to find 5,000 staff

The carmaker will hire 1,000 electronic and software engineers and 4,000 additional workers.

Shareholders back Standard Life-Aberdeen Asset merger deal

The terms for the new company, which will be called Standard Life Aberdeen, were agreed in March.

MB Aerospace signs $1bn contract with US firm

MB Aerospace, which is based in Motherwell, will provide flight engine parts to a US company.

US markets open higher amid technology rebound

The increases in the technology sector come as the White House hosts a meeting with industry leaders.

Jaguar Land Rover to create 5,000 jobs

The carmaker will hire 1,000 electronic and software engineers and 4,000 additional workers.

Firms brace as Brexit talks begin

Brexit Secretary David Davis heads to Brussels as formal negotiations with the EU get under way.