World Business Report

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The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC

With online medical appointments growing, are they as good or secure as the real thing?
Our reporter criss-crosses the country to assess the mood of a nation.
Chief executive Paul McDade and exploration director Angus McCoss both stepped down
At least fourty three people are dead in a fire at an Indian school bag factory
Poland has the strongest performing economy in the European Union, and we find out why.
Aramco hopes to raise more than $25 billion from its flotation
After deadly fuel protests in Iran, businesses tell us what they want from the government
An advert from exercise bike company Peloton has been widely mocked as being "sexist"
India's onion crisis Dec. 4, 2019
An onion crop failure led to soaring prices in India where it can cause political turmoil
After two decades, Google's founders are handing control to current CEO Sundar Pichai.
World Business Report Dec. 3, 2019
We examine the pet industry that runs from pamper parlours to cutting edge vet surgeries
Steel and aluminium exports from the two countries will be subject to the tariffs.
Carbon trading is seen as a tool to combat climate change, but it has its challenges.
The UN's annual climate change conference will get under way in Madrid on Monday
Susan Schmidt of Aviva Investors explains.
How do you stand out from the crowd without embellishing?
We ask whether successful firms should have a moral mission beyond simply making money.
Susan Schmidt brings us the latest from the financial markets
We ask if it's a good idea to pay a ransom if your computer is infected with ransomware.
Financial markets in the US saw record highs at the end of trading