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  • Ford's CEO sacked for falling profits

    The US car giant Ford has sacked its chief executive. Mark Fields seems to have taken the hit for the auto firm's falling profits and huge decline in its share price. He's being replaced by the company's self-driving cars chief.

    Ford's CEO sacked for falling profits
    Ford's CEO sacked for falling profits

    The US car giant Ford has sacked its chief executive. Mark Fields seems to have taken the hit for the auto firm's falling profits and huge decline in its share price. He's being replaced by the company's self-driving cars chief.

    01:49May 22, 2017

  • Afghan-American woman pilot breaks barriers with solo world flight

    A 29-year-old Afghan-American pilot is embarking on a possibly record-breaking flight around the world. Shaesta Waiz says she hopes her journey will inspire girls to love aviation as much as she does.

    Afghan-American woman pilot breaks barriers with solo world flight
  • New York skyscraper developers face high air-rights costs

    With $330m in air rights bought and sold in the last two years alone, New York is considered a trailblazer in the market and now other global mega cities are following suit.

    New York skyscraper developers face high air-rights costs
  • Robert Mueller: Who is the newly-appointed overseer of the Trump-Russia probe?

    He was credited with rebuilding the FBI's reputation after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington. And he once had a showdown with ex-President George W Bush over domestic spying.

    Robert Mueller: Who is the newly-appointed overseer of the Trump-Russia probe?
  • Russia-US ties: Democrats push for conduct inquiry

    Donald Trump is under growing pressure at home as leading Democrats call for an independent investigation into White House conduct. It follows reports that the US president gave Russian officials classified information during a visit to Washington

    Russia-US ties: Democrats push for conduct inquiry
  • Puerto Rico: 179 public schools to close amid financial crisis

    The US territory of Puerto Rico plans to close 179 schools due to crippling debt of more than $70 bn.

    Puerto Rico: 179 public schools to close amid financial crisis