MPs to vote on stripping Sir Philip Green's knighthood
13 Oct 2016 5:41:24
MPs are set to vote on whether Sir Philip Green should be stripped of his knighthood, BBC Newsnight has learned.
Lord Wolfson: 'Inflation will be a challenge next year'
13 Oct 2016 5:29:37
Lord Wolfson, the chief executive of Next, tells the BBC the decline in the pound "inevitably" means there will be some inflation in the UK next year.
HMRC steps in to help sort out Concentrix tax credits problems
13 Oct 2016 5:26:26
More than 500 civil servants are deployed to help a private company sort out problems caused by 45,000 tax credit claimants having their benefits stopped.
5 ways to lead in an era of constant change | Jim Hemerling
13 Oct 2016 5:08:44
Who says change needs to be hard? Organizational change expert Jim Hemerling thinks adapting your business in today's constantly-evolving world can be invigorating instead of exhausting. He outlines five imperatives, centered around putting people first, for turning company reorganization into an empowering, energizing task for all.
Young could get early access to state pension
13 Oct 2016 2:16:03
Early access to a state pension for those who start work at 16 or who work in manual jobs is among suggestions made to an official review.
Almost 6,000 online shops hit by hackers
13 Oct 2016 1:50:53
Almost 6,000 web shops are unknowingly harbouring malicious code that is stealing the credit card details of customers, suggests research.
Sports Direct's acting finance director steps down
13 Oct 2016 1:41:12
Sports retailer Sports Direct says its acting finance director, Matt Pearson, will step down after four months in the role.
Tesco-Unilever row: Can unique shop explain 'Marmitegate'?
13 Oct 2016 1:05:15
Can an unusual shop just for Unilever staff at the company's London headquarters help to explain the row between the supplier and supermarket giant Tesco?
Lord Wolfson offers £250,000 prize for roads solution
13 Oct 2016 0:50:53
Lord Wolfson, the chief executive of Next, is offering a £250,000 prize for the best suggestion on how improve the UK's overcrowded roads.
UN moves to ban 'fastest growing' greenhouse gases
13 Oct 2016 0:06:09
Banning the cooling gases currently used in refrigeration and air conditioning could save half a degree of global warming if a deal can be agreed in Rwanda.
Dragon in the tank
13 Oct 2016 8:56:15
Land Speed Record holder Andy Green reflects on the partnership the Bloodhound supersonic car project has forged with Chinese auto group Geely.
Sky revenue up but UK advertising revenue dips
13 Oct 2016 8:45:49
Broadcaster Sky reports a rise in first quarter revenue, but UK advertising sales dip and subscriber growth slows.
Tesco and Unilever shares fall amid price row
13 Oct 2016 7:55:52
The FTSE 100 falls, and shares in Tesco and Unilever drop as the two companies become embroiled in a row over pricing.
China tops US in numbers of billionaires
13 Oct 2016 7:13:28
China's annual rich list indicates that, once again, the country has more dollar billionaires than the US, and the gap is widening.
Sweet potato Vitamin A research wins World Food Prize
13 Oct 2016 6:38:31
Four scientists are awarded the 2016 World Food Prize for crop work that delivers health benefits in developing nations.
Tesco removes Marmite and other Unilever brands in price row
13 Oct 2016 6:30:57
Tesco stops listing dozens of household brands, including Marmite and PG Tips, on its website because of a dispute with its biggest supplier, Unilever, over a rise in wholesale prices.
Hanjin shares jump 25% as US assets go on sale
13 Oct 2016 6:18:21
Shares in Hanjin Shipping jump as much as 25% on the news that the process to sell its US assets will begin this month.
Rail delays: New plans to compensate passengers
13 Oct 2016 3:16:07
Rail passengers will be able to claim compensation for delays of more than 15 minutes under plans being announced.
UK government 'short' on climate target
13 Oct 2016 1:57:24
The UK's official advisers have issued a sombre assessment of government plans to hold climate change at a safe level.
Two Australian tailors in Sydney are taking on Asia - online
12 Oct 2016 3:33:16
Two Australian entrepreneurs tell the BBC how they're taking the best of Asia's tailoring techniques and putting them online.
12 Oct 2016 3:06:27
As Samsung stops production of its Note 7 mobile phone after incidents of the handsets catching fire, how can it hope to repair its damaged reputation?
Heathrow is top business rate payer in England and Wales
12 Oct 2016 3:01:28
London's Heathrow airport will continue to pay the highest rate bill of any business in England and Wales when the new rateable values are applied in 2017.
Home buyers 'back after Brexit jitters'
12 Oct 2016 3:00:56
Demand among home buyers has seen a modest recovery following "post-referendum jitters", according to surveyors.
Wells Fargo boss John Stumpf steps down
12 Oct 2016 1:46:50
Embattled Wells Fargo boss John Stumpf resigns amid a scandal over the bank's sales tactics involving two million unauthorised accounts.
Tesco in dispute with Unilever over price rises
12 Oct 2016 0:31:04
Popular products including Marmite and Pot Noodles are absent from Tesco shelves amid a dispute between the supermarket and supplier Unilever.