12:34 am (2 hours ago)
Chartered surveyors believe house prices are likely to continue "surging ahead", the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says.
Yesterday 11:22 pm (4 hours ago)
The US Treasury sells its remaining shares of General Motors, leaving it with a $10bn loss on the bailout of the car maker.
1:48 am (an hour ago)
The Financial Services Consumer Panel says the annuities market is confusing and may not offer good value to pensioners.
12:01 am (3 hours ago)
Millions of pounds donated to Comic Relief have been invested in shares in tobacco, alcohol and arms firms, BBC Panorama learns.
Yesterday 6:27 pm (8 hours ago)
Aerospace and defence giant EADS says it will cut 5,800 jobs as a fall in governments' military spending begins to bite.
Yesterday 4:43 pm (10 hours ago)
The Communication Workers' Union (CWU) will ballot postal staff recommending they accept a "landmark" deal.
Yesterday 8:34 pm (6 hours ago)
Wage growth in the UK is not predicted to return to its historic norm of around 2% for a "couple of years", says the UK's fiscal watchdog.
Yesterday 5:49 pm (9 hours ago)
Some of the UK's biggest supermarkets may consider increasing their prices north of the border, should Scotland vote for independence next year.
Yesterday 4:21 pm (11 hours ago)
American Airlines and US Airways complete their long awaited merger to launch the world's biggest airline.
Yesterday 8:59 am (18 hours ago)
Eight leading technology firms including Google and Facebook call for "wide-scale changes" to US government surveillance.
Yesterday 5:15 pm (10 hours ago)
A members-only supermarket for people on welfare support has begun trading, offering heavily-discounted products supplied by major retailers.
Yesterday 2:53 pm (12 hours ago)
The French economy will grow by 0.5% in the final three months of the year, says the country's central bank.
Yesterday, 12:00 am
The OECD says Labour's plan to freeze energy bills if it wins the 2015 election could put investors in energy firms in financial danger.
Yesterday 3:06 pm (12 hours ago)
A new watchdog says supermarket suppliers are "still nervous" about making complaints.
Yesterday, 12:00 am
A survey of recruitment firms shows sharp growth in the demand for staff in November and the sharpest rise in salaries in six years.
Yesterday 4:12 pm (11 hours ago)
Film star and "green" campaigner Leonardo DiCaprio is to enter a team in the new Formula E motor racing series, which aims to boost electric car sales.
Yesterday 1:57 pm (13 hours ago)
Facebook develops a "sympathise" button that users could click instead of the "like" button.
Yesterday 5:29 pm (9 hours ago)
Iain Duncan Smith rejects claims his flagship welfare policy will be a "debacle" and insists the IT system underpinning it "seems to be absolutely fine".
Friday, December 6th, 1:46 pm
UK energy supplier E.On announces average dual fuel bill increase of 3.7% from January 2014
Friday, December 6th, 2:54 pm
A deliberate attempt to disrupt services at NatWest left some customers struggling to access online banking on Friday.
Yesterday 4:50 am (22 hours ago)
China takes another step loosening its grip on interest rates as it allows banks to trade deposits with each other at market-determined rates.
Yesterday, 2:21 am
Japan revises down its growth data for the July-to-September period after private investment slowed more than expected.
Yesterday, 1:49 am
China's exports rise more than expected in November adding to the evidence of a rebound in the world's second-largest economy.
Friday, December 6th, 9:51 pm
The Duke of York brings start-up companies and potential investors together for some speed dating at Buckingham Palace, Will Smale reports.
Friday, December 6th, 12:09 am
Italian entrepreneur Rosaria Piseri explains how her lifelong fascination with seaweed led to the creation of her company, AlgAran.
Wednesday, December 4th, 11:49 pm
The booming economy of the Canadian province of Alberta is forcing firms to find British and Irish workers to fill vacancies, reports Ayesha Bhatty Clough.
Yesterday 7:34 am (19 hours ago)
Police are continuing to question six people arrested on Sunday after an ex-Portsmouth player told an undercover reporter he had been involved in fixing football matches.
Friday, December 6th, 11:52 am
Plans for a new £7m sports centre and swimming pool in Sheffield are announced.
Friday, December 6th, 8:24 am
Wales' four regions are reported to be ready to take legal action against the WRU over the right to play in cross-border competitions.
12:10 am (3 hours ago)
Simon Jack looks around the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, as it turns 100 this month.
Yesterday 8:20 am (19 hours ago)
A 'Community Shop' in Barnsley has started selling heavily discounted items donated by some of the big supermarkets to people on certain welfare benefits.
Yesterday 8:05 am (19 hours ago)
Volkswagen is to stop making the Kombi and a motoring era is coming to an end.
Yesterday 10:50 am (16 hours ago)
Kate Shoesmith, head of policy at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, discusses the recent rise in vacancies in the UK job market.
Yesterday 10:53 am (16 hours ago)
Toys are increasingly being marketed for adults as well as children and with Christmas approaching, it is predicted to be an exceptionally profitable year for manufacturers.
Yesterday, 2:25 am
One month on from Typhoon Haiyan and less than a third of businessmen have returned to the city of Tacloban.
Yesterday, 12:24 am
Sumi Das looks at how object design is being protected from piracy
Yesterday 9:02 am (18 hours ago)
British retailer Marks & Spencer says it plans to make India its biggest overseas market.
12:02 am (3 hours ago)
Old buildings get a green facelift
12:29 am (2 hours ago)
Do clothes and shiny shoes matter in a job interview?
12:10 am (3 hours ago)
A short history of the world's most important central bank
12:13 am (3 hours ago)
India's stock markets rally, bucking global trend
Yesterday, 12:11 am
What economic legacy did he leave for South Africa?
Yesterday, 12:13 am
The US veteran and his flip-flop factory for Afghanistan
Yesterday, 12:25 am
Could everything from kids' toys to Aston Martins be pirated?
Yesterday 2:05 pm (13 hours ago)
Only 7% of British films are profitable. Does it matter?