Agrégateur de flux
Larry Page and Sergey Brin announce they are stepping down from their positions at Alphabet.
The US president says a deal with China may not come until after the 2020 election.
The Nordic nation's PM says modern governments need to value green energy and family welfare more.
Sales volumes over the weekend in the UK rose by more than 7% from last year, Barclaycard says.
The media giant says 2,000 jobs will be created near the existing production site north of London.
The bank aimed for women to hold half of its senior jobs by 2020 but have had to push that to 2025.
The Tesla boss is due to appear in court accused of defaming a British man during a 2018 cave rescue.
The class action accuses TikTok of "surreptitiously" transferring data of American users to China.
It comes amid rising US concern over security risks posed by products made by foreign technology firms.
The list of items that could be hit with tariffs includes cheese, sparkling wine, make-up and handbags.
Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi has been freeing children from slavery for more than 30 years.
Will the rivalry between China and the US accelerate the division of the internet into two halves?
A fashion industry executive is hoping to make clothing rental a popular trend in the UK.
The Ferguson shipyard move comes after administrators agree terms for the transaction with Scottish ministers.
Tens of thousands of UK car buyers start a compensation claim over the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
The US President says the countries' weak currencies and cheap exports are harming US farmers.
London has the highest gap, official figures indicate, with Scotland the narrowest.
Banking apps were hit by cyber-thieves who spoofed login pages to steal account details.
The fashion retailer appoints a major law firm and independent accountants to carry out a review.
It follows a row over guards on South Western Railway services, which run from London Waterloo.