Yesterday 8:21 pm (10 hours ago)
Oil prices surged as much as 12% on Friday after fresh suggestions that Opec nations were set to cut oil production.
Yesterday 5:46 pm (13 hours ago)
The founder of Superdry, Julian Dunkerton, sells just under £50m worth of shares to fund his divorce.
Yesterday 4:42 pm (14 hours ago)
Shares in aero engine giant Rolls-Royce climbed 14% on Friday despite a 50% dividend cut and profits at the lower end of forecasts.
Yesterday 11:45 am (19 hours ago)
First-time buyers in England who purchase a house this year will already have spent an average of £52,900 on rent, research for a landlords' trade body suggests.
Yesterday 3:17 pm (16 hours ago)
Deutsche Bank announces that it is to buy back more than $5bn (£3.5bn) of its own debt.
Yesterday 6:01 pm (13 hours ago)
The Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers are to cease print editions in March, leaving an online-only edition, their owner says.
Yesterday 3:10 pm (16 hours ago)
The chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland tells BBC Newsnight he believes the UK financial sector would be better off inside the European Union.
Yesterday 4:57 pm (14 hours ago)
London's leading share index closes 3.06% higher, rallying after Thursday's big losses.
Yesterday 4:48 pm (14 hours ago)
A website that accused Google of abusing its "dominant position" in the online search market by "driving traffic" to Google Maps has lost its High Court action.
Yesterday 8:42 am (22 hours ago)
The pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and some generic drugs firms have been fined for being anti-competitive.
Yesterday 9:25 am (21 hours ago)
Companies that fail to address pay differences between male and female employees will be highlighted in new league tables.
Yesterday 11:25 am (19 hours ago)
The European Commission is opening three investigations into steel products made in China as cheap imports add to the woes of the UK steel industry.
Yesterday 8:40 am (22 hours ago)
When does a "special offer" or "cheap" deal get in the way of a real bargain? You've been sending in your best examples.
Yesterday 4:18 pm (15 hours ago)
A Spanish civil servant is fined after not going to work for at least six years, which was only noticed when he became eligible for a long service award.
Yesterday 4:45 pm (14 hours ago)
How life is getting harder in Zambia's copper mining towns.
Yesterday 4:43 pm (14 hours ago)
The latest technology is finding uses in some of the world's biggest mines.
Yesterday 12:54 pm (18 hours ago)
Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg all made fortunes despite being college dropouts. So why bother with the time and cost of a business degree if you can make it without one?
Yesterday 11:53 am (19 hours ago)
The BBC's Sameer Hashmi finds out why India's circuses are struggling.
Yesterday 11:52 am (19 hours ago)
Colm O'Regan looks at the race to design technology with security in mind.
Yesterday 10:14 am (21 hours ago)
Thousands of owners are waiting for their tumble dryers to be repaired following a major product alert by Whirlpool.
Thursday, 11:17 pm
BBC's Allan Little considers how Britain's trading history with its European neighbours has shaped what has proved a controversial political relationship.
Thursday, 11:59 pm
Large businesses will have to provide details of how much they pay men and women, in an attempt to tackle the gender pay gap.
Yesterday 12:08 pm (19 hours ago)
Is Google finding it difficult to stick to its principles?
Thursday, 9:42 pm
The apps aiming to shake up grocery shopping in South America
Yesterday 11:15 am (20 hours ago)
Is Germany dragging down the eurozone?
Thursday, 1:47 pm
Is it becoming harder for international firms to avoid tax?
Thursday, 12:01 am
The young entrepreneurs helping to rebuild their country
Wednesday, 12:06 am
How Iceland cleaned up its banks
Wednesday, 12:12 am
Norway seeks to diversify its economy as oil earnings plunge
Wednesday, 10:57 am
Migrant children 'may be the highest achievers'
Tuesday, 8:35 am
Why expats are handing back their passports