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Trump says Air Force One Boeing order should be cancelled

Donald Trump says he wants to cancel the "out-of-control" order with Boeing for presidential planes.

Custard creams no longer take the biscuit as sales crumble

Sales of custard creams and digestive biscuits are crumbling as Britons opt for healthier and more indulgent treats.

The idiot's guide to spread betting

Spread betting on financial markets will be more tightly regulated by the financial watchdog.

Crackdown on financial spread betting proposed by FCA

Stricter rules for firms offering financial spread betting products are proposed by the watchdog.

Lego appoints British boss in brand expansion

Lego, the Danish toy maker, aims to forge more partnerships to build its brand as it appoints a new chief executive.

Train and track operations to be reunited in rail revamp

The way England's railways are run is set for a major overhaul, the transport secretary says.

Brexit: EU negotiator says 'time's short' for reaching deal

A Brexit deal will need to be reached by October 2018, EU negotiator Michel Barnier says.

UK government leases Canary Wharf offices from Barclays

The UK government agrees a deal to sublet a Barclays office in London's Canary Wharf for about 5,700 civil servants.

German nuclear firms 'can claim compensation over shutdown'

German energy suppliers can claim compensation over the phasing out of nuclear power, a court says.

Finance sector 'paid £71.4bn in tax'

Report finds the UK's financial services sector paid £71.4bn in tax last year - more than 10% of all tax receipts.

Amazon unveils plans for grocery shop with no checkouts

Customers will be able to select items and walk out without waiting to pay at the Amazon Go shop.

FTSE 100 rises but spread betting firms dive on FCA plans

Shares in financial spread betting firms plunge after the Financial Conduct Authority proposes stricter rules for the sector.

Carney warns about popular disillusion with capitalism

Bank of England boss warns people will reject capitalism unless more is done to help those left behind.

Samsung tells South Korea corruption inquiry of 'gift horse'

Samsung admits giving a horse to the daughter of a woman at the centre of a S Korea corruption probe.

Facial scan app wants to get to know you

Augmented reality app Blippar can now recognise the faces of 70,000 public figures.

Indian app firms cash in on Modi's rupee note switch

Enterprising Indians are seeing opportunity after almost 90% of bank notes were withdrawn.

China's hi-tech bike hire startups

China's tech giants are backing sophisticated bike hire as a solution to the country's congested roads.

DNA testing at work: One company's unusual policy

BBC News visits a travel company using DNA testing to challenge its own workplace culture.

CEO Secrets: TripAdvisor co-founder shares his business tips

Langley Steinert, the co-founder of TripAdvisor, shares the business advice he has learned.

Link between Shenzhen and HK stock markets goes live

A link between the Shenzhen and Hong Kong stock exchanges starts up.

A lack of cash is forcing rural Indians to barter

Rural Indians are being forced to barter for groceries after the government withdrew larger banknotes.

Prepare for disappearing credit cards

The plastic credit card is being replaced by invisible payments, the boss of Barclaycard says.

Vinyl sales made more than downloads last week

For the first time, vinyl albums make more money for the music industry than downloads.

Hong Kong rainbow lions spark LGBT rights debate

Why two rainbow-coloured lions have sparked a debate about LGBT rights in Hong Kong.

Reality Check

Two stories in the past week have reported contradictory conclusions about the cost of Christmas dinner.

Chatbot sexism

Why do so many artificially intelligent chatbots have female names and avatars?

Draw it

We want you to show us your interpretation of the business stories that have affected you this year.

Troubled times

Italy's struggling banks now face added uncertainty after Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's heavy referendum defeat.

Sleeping on toilet floors

How Chris Gardner went from sleeping rough with his young son on the floor of a public toilet to the life of a multi-millionaire investor.

Doom-mongers?

Were the official GDP forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility too gloomy?

Inflexible friend

The boss of Barclaycard says the plastic credit card is being replaced with new technology, so soon we will need nothing to make a payment.

Post it

What role do postcards and letters play in this digital age? Some businesses think there is a gap in the market.

Smart money?

As global student loan debt reaches crisis levels, can tech start-ups help cut costs?

Cash calendar

As the year draws to a close, many people will review the state of their wealth. So, is your bank balance now a spectacular display or did your finances fizzle?

Fox fighters

For many businesses Christmas is their busiest time of the year, the BBC's Elizabeth Hotson takes a look at how some are preparing.

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