Huge amounts of metal and concrete will be recycled after the demolition of an old coal power plant. from: BBC News
The firm says it will create 6,000 jobs as it builds a research hub and expands its cloud capacity. from: BBC News
The conglomerate has come under increasing pressure from activist investors to reform. from: BBC News
Yu Kongjian’s sponge city, based on ancient Chinese wisdom, seeks to change how we deal with floods. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about COP26 – the United Nations climate change conference – on Tuesday.
The US state of Massachusetts is taking ExxonMobil to court for greenwashing. from: BBC News
Shell says it needs the cash from fossil fuel production to fund its transition to green energy. from: BBC News
As Microsoft closes down the main version of LinkedIn, Apple looks more alone in China than ever. from: BBC News
Two towers, each measuring 16 and a half feet high, were installed in an area in the east of the city in an experiment to tackle contamination. From: New York Times
The firm deleted the ad for its new festive collection after a severe backlash on social media. from: BBC News
from: BBC News As shareholders prepare to vote on a £7bn takeover, what are the views from Morrisons’ birthplace?
Can Africa-focussed tech giant Jumia deliver on its promises to a new generation of consumers? from: BBC News
The indebted Chinese property giant is said to have missed more payments to overseas investors. from: BBC News
The fashion house’s parent company, Kering, says all its brands will be fur-free by autumn 2022. from: BBC News
The tense battle between Barcelona president Joan Laporta and manager Ronald Koeman is tearing the club apart, writes Guillem Balague. from: BBC News
The world’s most indebted real estate developer is in crisis – is it too big to fail? from: BBC News
As a new report claims dilapidated housing can kill, the BBC meets an unlikely champion for tenants.
The move comes as Instagram is facing fresh scrutiny over its impact on young people’s wellbeing.
from: BBC News A shortage of vessels is hampering global trade and may lead to empty shelves before Christmas.
IT services giant TCS says it’s ready to go back to the office after 18 months – how will that work? from: BBC News