The first meeting of a group set up to tackle the fallout from more than 1,000 steelworkers losing their jobs takes place on Wednesday.
A group from around Asia has raised hundreds of thousands of US dollars to help pay for the basic needs of rural communities in India and Sri Lanka.
Netflix says its customer numbers grew more than expected last quarter, sending its US-listed shares up as much as 8% in after hours trading.
Opec has in the past reduced its output to shore up the falling price of oil, so why isn’t it doing the same this time?
As world leaders gather in Davos to discuss global challenges like Syria’s civil war, what do refugees living in the town want to say to those attending the forum?
The sale of the UK government’s stake in the Eurostar train service is “further evidence” of assets being undervalued, the Public Accounts Committee says.
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With China seeing its slowest growth for a quarter of a century, Stephen Evans asks if the country can make the change to a more normal rate of growth without a crash.