New Zealand cancels mosque shooting memorial over virus fear
In the English midlands — the heartland of the UK car parts industry — the economic impact of the slump triggered by the new coronavirus is already being felt.
Business Planet heads to Austria to see how one big family firm is attempting to turn the problem of plastic pollution from packaging into a sustainable business opportunity.
Business Planet speaks with a leading figure in the plastics industry to find out how the unbiodegradable material can become more environment friendly.
All Flybe flights have been grounded and passengers told not to go to airports unless they have alternative flight arrangements.
Business Line looks at the impact of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data on the healthcare sector, how the Covid-19 coronavirus is causing ripples on the Chinese stock market and the way India has plugged into the electric vehicle market
Europe's biggest 882 companies invested €124 billion on reducing carbon emissions last year. A new report claims that is nowhere near enough.
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train
Brexit has seen scores of firms relocate to the Netherlands, it's claimed, and hundreds more are in talks to follow them.
It's worth €500 million to Barcelona every year. So how are businesses managing without it?
I personally think that the EU as a concept is generally a good thing. I understand there are frustrations with giving away power and potentially having less of a say in key issues, but I'm a believer in doing things together rather than as separate entities.
ECB's Chief Christine Lagarde says the coronavirus "adds a new layer of uncertainty" in an already fragile global economy
Digital SMEs in Ireland have put their know-how to good use helping other companies in the region to advance
Two businesses, two very different perspectives on how to cope with the lack of clarity around the EU-UK's future trading relationship.
Sixty-one percent of UK directors describe the EU as more important to them than any other countries, including the US.
A round-up of the biggest business and investment stories from around the globe.
Business Planet heads to Latvia to see how the country's biggest household chemical and cosmetics maker is profiting thanks to its eco-minded strategy.
The LIFE/Fit for REACH project aims to reduce the use of hazardous chemicals in the Baltic region by helping SMEs to develop best practice when it comes to chemical management. Agnese Meija-Toropova is from the Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia, which coordinates the project.
With a tech-driven approach, start-ups in Angola are turning the wheels of the economy faster, driving more investment and job-creation for Angola’s youthful population.
An online ride service is helping to diversify Angola’s economy - and its workforce.
Business Planet travels to Denmark to look at the opportunities and challenges faced by small and medium sized firms when it comes to winning lucrative public sector contracts.
Thousands of attendees, including the founders of many regional startups, attended the two-day Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival (SEF) this November
Tunisian motor company WallysCar was set up by two brothers who had no prior experience in mechanical engineering.
There's a perception that small companies are excluded from lucrative government contracts. But should they be? Business Planet meets a man who plays a key role in awarding public contracts to private companies.
The European Union's proposed "carbon border tax" on imports could introduce uncertain and harmful factors to otherwise friendly cooperation in climate talks, an adviser to China's negotiating team at a United Nations conference said on Wednesday.
Delegates set out to understand if companies betting on 'green' growth are making the right choice, what kind of support and funding is available and what challenges do they face