BBC News - Business 6 February 2018

Tesco fraud trial abandoned after defendant's heart attack

The trial of three former Tesco executives has been stopped after one of the defendants suffered a heart attack.

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US shares regain ground after big losses

US shares staged a rebound in morning trading, after a steep sell-off on Monday that spread globally.

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Carillion: Ex-chairman Philip Green takes blame for collapse

Former chairman Philip Green tells MPs he takes "full responsibility" for what happened.

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Bitcoin falls below $6,000

Investor fears over tightening crypto-currency legislations could be contributing to the fall.

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German industrial workers win right to flexible hours

Industrial workers will be able to reduce their weekly hours to look after their families.

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BP profits double on higher oil price

Chief executive hails one of the strongest years in the oil firm's recent history.

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Carillion chief says his decisions were 'best for the business'

Keith Cochrane, Carillion's interim chief executive, tells the committee he was "seeking to do the best thing for the business".

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All-electric aircraft?

The pressure to cut emissions, noise and costs is propelling companies towards electric planes.

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