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Recycled packaging 'may end up in landfill', warns watchdog
There is no guarantee that the products you recycle are actually recycled, the UK watchdog warns.
Holiday childcare: Five ways to beat the cost
Entertaining kids during the holidays is expensive, but some have found innovative ways to cut the cost.
Rise in lenders valuing homes below sale price
"Down valuations" can lead to sales falling through and property chains collapsing.
Trade tensions pose a risk to global growth - G20 ministers
G20 ministers call for greater dialogue to reduce the risk of trade tensions hurting the world economy.
Homeless but working families rise by 73%, says Shelter
There's been a dramatic rise in the number of families who work but are still homeless, says charity.
Retailer profit warnings double in year, says EY
The retail sector has been hit by rising costs and subdued spending, says EY report.
UKTV: Dave and Gold among channels dropped by Virgin Media
About 4m households will no longer be able to watch shows such as Taskmaster and Red Dwarf.
Ryanair customers urged to claim compensation
The Civil Aviation Authority says airlines must give customers two-weeks notice or pay compensation.
How Netflix went from pioneer to powerhouse
Netflix started as a mail order DVD service, but it's now admired and feared by the biggest media firms.
Dominic Raab: We can get Brexit deal done by October
But preparations have begun in case negotiations end without agreement, Brexit secretary says.
Fur sales: MPs call for consultation to ban real fur
Poor labelling means real fur is being sold in the High Street and online as fake fur, MPs say.
India scraps tampon tax after campaign
The government introduced a 12% levy on sanitary products last year, sparking outrage.
PayPoint: Energy payments fixed for customers
Terminals across the UK went down on Saturday but the company says the issue is now resolved.
Smart meters to cut energy bills by just £11, say MPs
MPs say smart meters will not deliver expected savings and their rollout will not meet a deadline.
'I violently, physically and mentally burnt out'
What happens when the boss burns out
Kitty Hawk Flyer: 'A big drone that a human can fit in'
A look inside the Kitty Hawk Flyer, a new flying car from the firm backed by Google's Larry Page.
Teaching the elite to fly helicopters
State of the art airborne classrooms to help test pilots perfect their helicopter flying skills.
Business booming for giant cargo planes
$7tn of goods travel by air every year. Much of it goes in the hold of normal airliners. But for those big, awkward loads, something rather larger is required.
Formula 1: The tech driving the races
BBC Click gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the technology behind F1.
Holiday credit card charges - and how to avoid them
Britons on holiday spend £1bn a year on fees when using their credit and debit cards abroad. There are ways round it, as Simon Gompertz explains.
The perilous search for 'Himalayan Viagra'
More valuable than gold, Yarsagumba fungus is only found in the Himalayas above 3,000 metres.
'Don't be do-gooders. Do things'
Cafédirect boss John Steel says his firm is not "here to be do-gooders, we're here to do things".
Teenage entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer is the boss and founder of popular US drinks firm Me & The Bees Lemonade.
Excessive lending before the Financial Crisis has left many homeowners at risk of having their homes repossessed
Especially for you
Thanks to the internet, having clothes made to fit you is becoming increasingly affordable.
Three firms are vying to be the first to reintroduce commercial supersonic flight in the next decade.
Eyes on the skies
Farnborough Airshow in pictures: The big, the fast, the noisy.
Israel may be a big ally of the US, but it is moving ahead with ever more business deals with China.
Rose gold rising
Rose gold clothes, shoes, furniture, cars, weddings - why is this colour still so popular?
Bright as a Button
A student racing car competition wants to tackle a global shortage of recruits into engineering.
How facial recognition is being used to identify suspects in crowds and spot suspicious behaviour.
Two Chinese companies are implicated in the scandal around the Malaysian investment fund, 1MDB.
'It was pretty crazy'
Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi had never met before they teamed up to launch cloud storage giant Dropbox.
No affordable homes?
More money is now available for people who want to develop affordable housing in their local area.
With ever-more money being spent on fitness, BBC News asks who spends most and what is it spent on?
How firms are using cutting-edge techniques to stop cyber criminals breaching their networks.
Kylie Jenner is not old enough to drink alcohol in the US yet, but is worth almost $1bn.
After the US imposes tariffs on $34bn of goods from China, the BBC looks at President Trump's move.
President Trump vows to move quickly on a UK trade deal after Brexit - but the reality is more complex.
The UK government is due to set out its plans for the country's post-Brexit relationship with the EU. What do we know so far?
The popularity of K-pop is driving a global boom in learning the Korean language.
Ground breaking tech
Virtual reality, drones and automation are making mining safer and more productive.
Citroën CEO: ‘Directors' egos can be a bit like four-year-olds’
Linda Jackson is the first female and first British CEO of French carmaker Citroën.
'One of the lucky ones'
Simplyhealth chief executive Romana Adbin didn't let the lasting impact of polio hold her back.
From podium to boardroom
David Coulthard swapped the high-powered world of Formula 1 for a new career path in the media and business.