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Nepalese rescue personnel and volunteers observe damaged buildings in Bhaktapur, Nepal, two days after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the country.

On the ground from Kathmandu, Nepal

Apr 27, 2015
Aid workers face challenges after a devastating quake.
Posted In: aid, earthquake, Nepal, bbc, water supply

BBC drops "Top Gear" host, risking losses

Mar 25, 2015
Is firing a volatile but popular host good business?
Posted In: bbc, TV shows, racism

Your Wallet: Where are the products that you buy made?

Mar 6, 2015
Is it important to know where what you buy comes from?
Posted In: China, manufacturing, bbc

Waiting for a big break in Germany's new economy

Feb 27, 2015
How do you make it in Germany? One waitress shares her story.
Posted In: six routes, bbc, German economy, safety net

Will there be a U.S. version of Black Mirror?

Feb 16, 2015
Why Hollywood has a hard time making technology sexy.
Posted In: black mirror, bbc, the social network

Inside the Paris Motor Show

Oct 9, 2014
Over 270 companies from 20 countries show off their latest vehicles.
Posted In: bbc, Paris Auto Show, cars

How the Ebola outbreak affects Nigerian small business

Aug 13, 2014
Nigeria confirmed at least 13 cases of the disease last week.
Posted In: Ebola, Nigeria, bbc

Brazil's drought creates a surge in global coffee prices

May 30, 2014
The world's biggest coffee producing country has been hit with a major drought. And the effects are trickling around the world.
Posted In: coffee, brazil, farmers, bbc

Stocks in Japan are up, but will the economy follow?

Nov 28, 2013
Today, the Japan Nikkei Index went up another 1.8 percent to get very close to a six year high.
Posted In: bbc, Japan, Nikkei, consumer confidence, China

"If Spain had the capability of the NSA, they'd do it too."

Oct 28, 2013
The BBC's Tom Burridge takes the temperature of Spaniards in Madrid over allegations of NSA call-monitoring.
Posted In: bbc, spain, nsa, Eurozone, Germany

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