The Tesla founder did not defame a UK diver who helped in a Thai cave rescue, a US jury finds.
The telecoms giant has agreed to pay to resolve bribery allegations, the US justice department says.
Many angry Thomas Cook customers are still awaiting refunds for the holidays that never happened.
It wants to electrify UK buses by 2030, but the Tories say Labour would "scrap vital new roads".
The economy added a higher-than-expected 266,000 jobs, helped by the return of striking GM workers.
Shareholders pass survival plan for the company famed for its distinctive green and red lorries.
Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco traces its history back to the 1930s.
The centuries-old specialist insurance market has faced a raft of complaints about bullying and sexism.
The UK's competition watchdog agrees a cap rail fares on certain routes between Preston and Scotland.
The boss of Indonesia's national airline is accused of not declaring the importation of a Harley Davidson.
The figures come as the ride-hailing company is under intense pressure globally over safety issues.
Transport and services will once again be affected after 800,000 marched in protests on Thursday.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the egg box became a million dollar idea.
A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections.
The oil giant's listing is the biggest ever, surpassing that of China's Alibaba in 2014.
The aviation regulator will not be able to refund a third of package holiday claims by its own deadline.
The man behind controversial Streams app is to join Google to develop AI solutions.
Hospital staff, police and transport employees join France's biggest strike in decades - but what for?
Users say they have had to wait days to get their money out and have struggled to get information.
Debts including credit card debt and personal loans have risen 11% to £119bn in two years.
One of the troubled firm's largest shareholders wants to lend it £55m through costly, high-interest bonds.
China's Jingye has agreed to buy the whole company, but is reportedly furious about developments in France.
The Lotus Evija goes into production next year and Click gets a look at what drivers can expect.
The Chinese company filed the case after it was labelled as a security threat by Washington.