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In another blow to Volkswagen, California's chief air regulator has rejected a proposed recall plan to fix 16,000 vehicles equipped with cheat emissions devices. Hayley Platt reports.
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China's made lots of big promises about cutting back on fossil fuels. But, as eve Johnson reports, Greenpeace says the country now has a huge glut of new coal-fired power plants.
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Stocks couldn't hold onto early gains, but the S&P 500 and Dow managed to end at fresh record highs. Fred Katayama reports.
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Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May vows to implement Brexit as she forms a new government, amid huge economic uncertainty and a fragmented public. Gavino Garay reports.
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Huge overhang from the past two years could be dampening oil price recovery, according to the International Energy Agency. Fred Katayama reports.
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Stock markets have traded within sight of their highest levels this year as the prospect of stimulative economic policy across the developed world eased immediate concern over Britain's vote to leave the European Union. David Pollard reports.
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Eight years of a crippling recession and dwindling work prospects has compelled at least some Greeks to reboot, switch professions and innovate to survive. Hayley Platt reports.
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The automaker will pay up to $1500 to ethical hackers who find potential security flaws in its vehicles. Fred Katayama reports.
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Airbus may have sprinted toward deals worth $20 billion at Farnborough Airshow. But, as Ivor Bennett reports, a recent boom in aerospace orders appears to finally be fizzling out.
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Euro zone industrial production plunged by more than expected in May, depressed mostly by a steep fall in energy output. As David Pollard reports, the EU statistics suggest the bloc's economy lost steam after strong output data in April.
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Britain's Burberry says the drop in the value of the pound after the Brexit vote could boost its bottom line by 90 million pounds this year. But as Hayley Plat reports its struggling to counter weak demand for luxury goods.
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The Philippines stock market is outshining most other emerging markets this year, despite the country's weak economic status and involvement at the heart of the South China Sea dispute. As Tara Joseph reports, the country's tough talking new pre