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US pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson was Thursday ordered to pay out $4.69 billion in damages in a lawsuit representing 22 women and their families who alleged a talc sold by the company contained asbestos and caused them to suffer cancer.
Some 30 Ryanair flights have been cancelled this Thursday as the low-cost carrier sees its first industrial action since recognising unions in December. Ryanair's Irish pilots are on strike to push for better pay and working conditions. Also today, the bidding war for Sky continues as Comcast makes a new offer for the UK TV giant.
Winning the World Cup also brings financial rewards, so we take a look at how much the French side could earn if they lift the trophy on Sunday. We also find out what some players, such as Kylian Mbappé (pictured), are planning to do with the cash. Also on today's show, we take a look at the latest salvo in the trade war between the US and China.
The United States late Tuesday announced it was starting the process to slap 10 percent tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese export goods as soon as September, escalating the trade war between the world's two largest economies.
World Cup fever has a hold over France as "Les Bleus" prepare for their semi-final against Belgium. But could triumph in Russia lead to an economic boost? We try to answer that question by looking at past tournaments. Also, Angela Merkel warns of the dangers of trade conflict ahead of a key EU-China summit next week.