Agrégateur de flux
The fashion house's sales fell in Hong Hong while the airline said the civil unrest had hit demand.
As part of a new BBC blog series, Katie Holden shares what she spent her money on this week.
Transparency law would help address unequal pay between men and women, says the Fawcett Society charity.
Election promises of a rising minimum wage leave some bosses wondering how to fund staff pay rises.
Tech companies are increasingly wading into finance, raising regulatory questions.
A pilot is in progress to see if invisible barcodes on packaging can improve recycling rates.
Labour vows to close the gap between the average hourly pay for men and women but Tories are critical.
The latest figures for harmful content on Facebook highlight the enormity of the challenge to remove it.
The postal union says a decision by the High Court to block industrial action is an "utter outrage".
Parents have cut back on impulse buys and face the threat of shortages of festive favourites, analysts say.
Donald Trump gets a warm welcome from the New York financial community.
Regulator says it will examine the details of Google's deal with a major healthcare firm in the US.
Official data shows UK consumer prices rose 1.5% as a new price cap kept a lid on energy prices.
The Financial Conduct Authority is "appalled" at the insanitary conduct of its own workers.
Tim Martin says 'Noddy-in-Toyland' corporate governance codes are holding back companies.
The losses came as the Asian financial hub faced another day of clashes between protestors and police.
Elon Musk says "outstanding" German engineering is part of the reason he picked the new factory site.
Richard Taylor looks at what is new at the LA Adobe MAX Creative Conference for BBC Click.
Rights groups claim Xinjiang products made using forced labour may be sold to Western brands.
How do you update an iconic product like the Fender Stratocaster electric guitar?