5:29 am (an hour ago)
The government made £180m less from the sale of Royal Mail than it could have, and the process of privatising state assets should be reformed, says new report.
12:38 am (7 hours ago)
The director of Premier Oil says no new North Sea projects are profitable with oil below $60 a barrel and the industry is "close to collapse".
2:37 am (5 hours ago)
Sony cancels the release of The Interview, a film about a fictional plot to kill North Korea's leader, after major cinemas decide not to screen it.
12:38 am (7 hours ago)
People in the UK are using less energy, even though the economy is growing, new figures confirm.
3:39 am (4 hours ago)
Beauty company Avon has been fined by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for paying bribes and gifts to Chinese officials.
3:03 am (4 hours ago)
Asia stocks are rising after the Federal Reserve pledges to be 'patient' on raising interest rates from record lows.
Yesterday 6:29 pm (13 hours ago)
The German government approves plans for a controversial road toll, including charging foreigners for using the Autobahn.
Yesterday 10:06 pm (9 hours ago)
Fracking, the controversial method of oil and gas development, will be banned in New York state after a report concludes the process poses "significant public health risks".
Yesterday 4:32 pm (15 hours ago)
Russia says it is planning new measures to stabilise the rouble after its slump against the dollar.
Yesterday 7:08 pm (12 hours ago)
More shares in Lloyds Banking Group are to be sold by the government, in a move which could raise up to £3bn.
Yesterday 1:59 pm (17 hours ago)
Wage growth picked up in the three months to October and outstripped the rise in the cost of living, while unemployment fell again, official figures show.
Yesterday 4:06 pm (15 hours ago)
The prolonged slump in the price of oil forces oil-export dependent Nigeria to revise its budget plans, prompting its currency to fall to a record low.
Yesterday 4:15 pm (15 hours ago)
Chancellor George Osborne is to deliver his last Budget of the Parliament on 18 March 2015, weeks before the election.
Yesterday, 1:29 am
UK food manufacturer 2 Sisters is setting "beyond unreasonable" terms in proposed contract agreements, one of its suppliers tells the BBC.
Yesterday, 12:02 am
Petrol could soon sell for less than £1 a litre thanks to the plummeting price of oil, motoring organisation the RAC has predicted.
Yesterday 12:27 pm (19 hours ago)
Technology giant Apple says it cannot currently sell products online in Russia because the rouble's value is too volatile for it to set prices.
Yesterday 4:10 pm (15 hours ago)
Employers could scupper the season of goodwill by leaving their staff exposed to a tax charge after their Christmas party, accountants warn.
Yesterday 11:42 am (19 hours ago)
Singer Rihanna will "directly influence product collections" in her new role as women's creative director at Puma.
Yesterday 11:21 am (20 hours ago)
Pension savers with the smallest pots can be exposed to the highest levels of charges, an independent report reveals.
Tuesday, 3:45 pm
A contract has been renewed that will secure the future of the Post Office card account until at least November 2021, the government has confirmed.
Tuesday, 11:08 am
The annual rise in UK house prices slowed in October, official figures show, but prices still went up much faster than the general cost of living.
Yesterday 11:52 pm (7 hours ago)
The US Federal Reserve leaves interest rates on hold and says it "can be patient" over any decision to raise them, sending stocks higher.
Yesterday, 12:42 am
A committee of MPs criticises the government after saying taxpayers have been left "bearing all the risk" from purchases of new trains worth £10.5bn.
Tuesday, 12:16 pm
Lower fuel prices have pushed the UK's rate of inflation down to a 12-year low, official statistics show.
Monday, 12:02 am
How Paul Lindley, the boss of Ella's Kitchen, built up the UK's largest baby food business.
Tuesday, 1:41 am
Malawian business tycoon Mike Mlombwa tells the BBC how to deal with red tape and stay on the right side of the law when doing business.
Thursday, December 11th, 12:10 am
A growing number of small firms are boosting sales thanks to securing celebrity endorsements, but doing a deal with a famous figure doesn't necessarily guarantee success.
Yesterday 7:57 am (23 hours ago)
The SPFL is to withhold £250,000 due to Rangers for broadcast fees to cover a fine relating to employee benefit trusts.
Tuesday, 1:28 pm
Fifa dismisses a complaint from its own World Cup corruption investigator Michael Garcia as well as two whistleblowers.
Monday, 4:40 pm
Northern Ireland's environment minister acted unlawfully in approving a new GAA stadium in west Belfast, a High Court judge rules.
Yesterday 10:28 pm (9 hours ago)
As the Russian rouble falls in value - and prices for imported goods looks set to rise - Russians have been flocking to the stores, to spend their cash on durable goods.
Yesterday 8:12 am (23 hours ago)
The European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs says he wants "to open a new ear" in the relationship between the European Union and Greece.
Tuesday, 4:38 pm
The first contactless payment gloves are being trialled in stores in the run up to Christmas - Rory Cellan-Jones put them to the test.
Yesterday, 5:04 am
A former chief executive of one of the world's biggest cosmetics firms is suing a fast food stall near his holiday home in the French Alps.
Tuesday, 9:11 am
Retail expert Mary Portas accuses the government of making "token gestures" to rejuvenate Britain's struggling high streets.
Tuesday, 12:29 pm
There is a new wave of feminism says the actor Gemma Arterton backing an MP's call for equal pay for women.
Tuesday, 1:45 am
Just over 4,000 Rolls Royce cars will be built this year, a record number and Asia is a major market.
Tuesday, 2:47 am
A private survey shows that China's key manufacturing sector is suffering a slowdown.
12:33 am (7 hours ago)
Those who plan to spend the day working rather than celebrating
Yesterday 9:58 pm (9 hours ago)
Five economic upsides to the US-Cuba deal
Tuesday, 8:46 pm
Online art sales boom, led by Chinese buyers
Yesterday 11:56 am (19 hours ago)
Will Juncker's new EU fund lure investors?
Yesterday, 1:05 am
Can Russia avoid economic disaster?
Yesterday, 12:02 am
The villagers who are losing out to sugarcane
Tuesday, 12:02 am
Trinidad's music pirates are still at large
Tuesday, 12:01 am
The tech thwarting shopping's "returnaholics"
Tuesday, 12:45 am
Has China really got the largest economy in the world?