Rank #1: Yahoo Reveals A Billion User Accounts Hacked
As Donald Trump reveals more names of the people he wants to join his cabinet we are getting a better picture of the shape of the next administration in the White House. He has selected Rick Perry, former governor of oil rich Texas, to lead the Department of Energy and his choice to nominate Rex Tillerson, the chief executive of ExxonMobil, as Secretary of State is controversial. Mr Trump also wants a former Goldman Sachs banker, Steven Mnuchin, for Treasury Secretary. Our regular US economic commentator, Irwin Stelzer, gives us his thoughts on what these choices signal about how Donald Trump might govern.
Europe's Galileo satellite navigation system went live today, after 17 years of planning with numerous setbacks and going three times over budget. It promises to outperform rivals like America's GPS, but with 18 satellites in place so far, Galileo's signal will need to be boosted by GPS satellites operated by the US. Thierry Dubois, France bureau chief for the magazine and website Aviation Week in Lyon, tells us more about Europe's new satellite navigation system.
Imagine being forced to leave your home, a where you feel comfortable, to uproot your life to another country, thousands of kilometres away. That is the sad fate for millions of the world's refugees and asylum seekers, as record numbers of people this year have had to flee from conflict, in countries like Syria and Afghanistan. However for some refugees in the Indian capital Delhi it is not all bad news, as women from Afghanistan are cooking up a project that is helping them get back on their feet. The BBC's Sumiran Preet Kaur reports.
Health experts constantly remind us that getting enough sleep and exercise are two major factors that help people perform better at work. Perhaps time to consider a new resolution for 2017, but easier said than done. Dr Steven MacGregor is the founder of the Leadership Academy of Barcelona, and as an expert on workplace health he explains how we can improve business performance.
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Rank #2: Update: US to impose tariffs on many EU goods
Rank #3: Zimbabwe Budget Outlined
Rank #4: Wall Street Update Edition 24/11/17
Rank #5: Spain 'Will Accept' Disputed Migrant Ship
Rank #6: Update: Argentinian Austerity Measures Announced
Rank #7: Trump meets Trudeau
Rank #8: Toshiba Slumps on Nuclear Business Woes
Meanwhile, Rolls Royce also posts huge losses after a fine for corruption puts a big hole in their finances. So is the industry clean now? We talk to Barry Vitou, partner at the city of London law firm Pinsent Mason, who specialises in fraud cases.
(Photo Description: Toshiba's headquarters in Japan. Photo Credit: Toru Yamanaka/ AFP/ Getty Images)
Rank #9: Equal Pay Day: Are women harassed and underpaid?
Rank #10: Federal Reserve to Decide US Interest Rates
Rank #11: Polish Premier Appoints New Cabinet
Rank #12: Xi Jinping: 'No Winners' in Any Trade War
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Rank #13: The Japan-South Korea trade dispute explained
(Picture: A sign encourages a boycott of Japanese goods in Seoul. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
Rank #14: UK and EU 'Close to Brexit Breakthrough'
Rank #15: Funding Gap Grows at Ailing Italian Bank
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