UK car production tumbles to 'worst in a generation'

Output tumbled almost 30% last year as Covid forced factory closures and a fall in consumer demand.
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Staycations: Bookings 'coming in thick and fast'

With new hotel quarantine rules for arrivals from abroad, many people are seeking UK holidays instead.
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'Bad words' lead to GameStop shares plunging

Private investors using online chatrooms have led to a trading frenzy in some unexpected shares.
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Apple Christmas sales surge to $111bn amid pandemic

Families loaded up on the latest technology and sales increased in China.
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Coronavirus: EU and AstraZeneca seek to resolve vaccine supply crisis

Both sides pledge to work together after a reported 50 million-dose shortfall for the 27-member EU.
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Tesla reports record deliveries but shares slide

The firm delivers record number of vehicles in its fourth quarter, but profits disappoint investors.
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British energy firm threatens to seize India government assets

Cairn Energy could take planes and ships from the Indian government after winning a $1.2bn legal dispute.
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Firms at risk: 'We are worried about how we can survive'

More than 900,000 small businesses are at risk of going under, according to new research
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Boeing 737 Max cleared to fly in UK and EU after crashes

Regulators say the plane is safe to resume service after two fatal crashes led to its grounding.
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Contactless limit could rise to £100

The financial regulator will consult "shortly" on a rise from the current limit of £45.
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'My husband's death meant I didn't get financial support'

There is 'unfairness in some of the millions excluded from government help, research for the BBC finds.
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Joe Biden: The team he hopes can fix the US economy

The new US president has called on a team of Ivy League-trained economists and lawyers to "heal" the economy.
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Victims typically lose £45,000 each owing to investment scams

Lockdown led to a surge in reports of fraudsters imitating genuine investment firms, regulator says.
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Brexit: Amazon prepares to stop selling some products to NI

It would take effect on 1 April when the "grace period" for GB-NI parcels expires.
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CEO Secrets: 'We tried paying everyone the same salary. It failed'

As part of the CEO Secrets series, Calvin Benton discusses his firm Spill's "open" salary policy.
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'A spike in pandemic-related investments'

EY Africa's Sandile Hlophe tells the BBC how foreign direct investment in Africa is faring.
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Why your face could be set to replace your bank card

Already widely used in China, facial recognition payment is now expanding in other countries.
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How Covid turbocharged the QR revolution

As a cheap and reliable way to store information, the humble QR code is finding new uses.
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Can a Nudge or two make us better savers?

A government-backed firm is looking for new ways to get people to put money aside for a "rainy day".
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'I've never met my team but have lunch with them weekly'

Some firms are encouraging staff who are working from home to take their lunch breaks together.
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How to investigate a firm with 60 million documents

Artificial intelligence helped investigators in a daunting examination of Airbus's business.
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