2:14 pm (3 hours ago)
Two of the biggest energy firms, EDF and British Gas, call for more government co-operation amid a backlash over rising prices.
Yesterday, 12:04 pm
The World Trade Organization agrees a historic global deal aimed at boosting commerce, which could add nearly $1tn to the global economy.
2:42 am (15 hours ago)
The majority of the 13 million people classed as living in poverty in the UK are in work, a charity's report suggests.
Yesterday, 5:02 pm
Measures, including faster broadband, are announced to help companies as events take place to mark Small Business Saturday
Friday, 1:26 pm
Think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns that the increased growth announced in the Autumn Statement is just expected growth arriving early.
Friday, 7:10 pm
The US unemployment rate fell to a five-year low of 7% in November as firms created 203,000 new jobs, latest figures show.
12:22 pm (5 hours ago)
Greek lawmakers pass the 2014 budget, which predicts a return to growth after six straight years of painful recession.
Friday, 2:54 pm
A deliberate attempt to disrupt services at NatWest left some customers struggling to access online banking on Friday.
Friday, 6:13 pm
Vulnerable elderly people may have been ripped off by home security system suppliers acting as a price-fixing cartel, regulators say.
Friday, 1:46 pm
UK energy supplier E.On announces average dual fuel bill increase of 3.7% from January 2014
Friday, 9:11 pm
An ex-Goldman Sachs trader is sentenced to nine months in prison and ordered to repay $188m ( £115m) over a botched 2007 trade.
Friday, 11:47 am
House prices rose by 1.1% in November compared with the previous month and were up 7.7% from a year earlier, the Halifax says.
Friday, 1:30 pm
Chancellor George Osborne rejects claims the UK's economic recovery is based solely on a boom in consumer spending and house prices.
Friday, 3:26 pm
Samsung and Philips are among several consumer electronics companies raided by the European Commission over suspected breaches of competition rules.
Friday, 9:08 pm
US stocks jump on Wall Street following the release of stronger-than-expected jobs figures.
Friday, 10:59 am
House builder Berkeley Group reports a jump in half-year profits and says it is now delivering more new homes than before the 2008 financial crisis.
Friday, 5:51 pm
A tattooist has complained after a High Street shop began selling a T-shirt with his face on.
Friday, 8:42 pm
The electric guitar played by Bob Dylan at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival sells at auction in New York for a record $965,000 (£591,000).
Thursday, 10:39 am
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith tells the BBC that the Universal Credit programme may not be complete by 2017 as planned.
Thursday, 1:11 pm
Commuters across England will now pay 3.1% more on average for regulated train tickets from next month, instead of a rise of 4.1%.
Thursday, 3:53 pm
A cap on total government welfare spending will start in 2015, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announces.
Friday, 10:06 am
Germany's central bank, the Bundesbank, raises its forecasts for German economic growth in 2013 and 2014.
Thursday, 1:52 pm
The US economy grew at an annual pace of 3.6% in the third quarter of the year, revised figures show.
Thursday, 7:06 pm
The chancellor says the UK economy is bouncing back but the recovery is "not yet done" - and millions must wait longer for a state pension.
Monday, 12:18 am
A profile of Danish software entrepreneur and multimillionaire Tommy Ahlers who says he was born to be a leader.
Friday, November 29th, 12:13 am
Greek couple Niki and Nikos Koutsianas explain how their shared love and interest in bees and natural products have driven their firm’s success.
Friday, November 29th, 12:18 am
StartupBus, a programme for entrepreneurs to identify and solve an existing, local problem by using technology, has its first outing in Africa.
Thursday, 10:01 am
Virgin is to enter a team for the first FIA Formula E electric racing car championship, which gets out of the grids next year.
Thursday, 5:00 am
Brazil admits that all its stadiums still under construction for the 2014 football World Cup will not be ready by Fifa's original 31 December deadline.
Wednesday, 12:33 am
East Fife Football Club becomes the first club in Scotland to turn to crowdfunding to raise finance to develop its grounds.
Yesterday, 10:31 am
A new campaign to encourage people to spend their money in local, independent shops has been gathering pace.
1:23 pm (4 hours ago)
The BBC's chief business correspondent Linda Yueh explains what the finer details of the World Trade Organization trade deal actually mean.
Yesterday 10:31 pm (19 hours ago)
Ministers from 159 countries have reached a deal intended to boost global trade at a meeting in Bali, Indonesia.
1:27 pm (4 hours ago)
More working households were living in poverty in the UK last year than non-working ones - for the first time, a charity has reported.
Friday, 9:50 am
The Chancellor George Osborne says there is "no quick fix", and that Britain must "stick to the plan".
Friday, 3:02 pm
A new £17m Muller Wiseman Dairies butter plant has been officially opened in Market Drayton, Shropshire.
Friday, 3:55 pm
Paul Johnson from the IFS warns that the UK's increased growth forecast hides "disappointing news".
Thursday, 5:31 pm
How will George Osborne's Autumn statement affect your budget?
Friday, 11:07 am
How to make an insurance claim
12:26 am (17 hours ago)
Of all metals, why did people decide this one was precious?
Friday, 9:51 pm
The Duke of York hosts a speed dating-style event for start-ups
Friday, 12:09 am
How an unusual passion led to a successful business
Thursday, 11:59 pm
The young workers fighting against unpaid work
Thursday, 1:40 pm
What the chancellor's statement means for you
Thursday, 4:08 pm
'Born today, work till 77'
Friday, 12:09 am
Could this tech transform Sudanese agriculture?
Thursday, 5:20 pm
Ford Mustang and the history of US muscle cars
Wednesday, 11:49 pm
Booming Canadian economy attracts British workers