HP buys Samsung's $1bn printer business
12 Sep 2016 0:03:49
US computer giant HP says it will "reinvent" printers and photocopiers after striking a deal to buy Samsung's $1bn printer business.
Courier firm Hermes may face HMRC investigation
12 Sep 2016 8:35:52
Delivery firm Hermes is facing a possible investigation by tax body HMRC after a report alleged some of its drivers receive below the minimum wage.
Primark sales hit by volatile weather
12 Sep 2016 8:31:08
Low-cost fashion retailer Primark says it expects underlying sales to fall this year as a result of unusually warm winter weather and a cold spring.
Seaweed farmers in Indonesia sue in major oil spill case
12 Sep 2016 8:25:39
Indonesian seaweed farmers launch a class action lawsuit demanding compensation for the effects of Australia's worst oil spill.
FTSE 100 slides on US rate rise worries
12 Sep 2016 7:51:12
The UK market opens sharply lower, echoing a slide in Asian stocks, as fears grow that the Federal Reserve could raise US interest rates next week.
Bosses could face jail for failure to prevent fraud
12 Sep 2016 4:20:13
Company bosses could be prosecuted for failing to stop their staff committing fraud under new laws being considered by ministers.
YouTube is still 'not paying enough' to British musicians
12 Sep 2016 4:18:02
UK Music says the Google-owned site is not paying British artists fairly for the content it puts on its site.
TUC: 'No place to hide' warning over exploitation
12 Sep 2016 3:14:11
The TUC is set to warn companies that there will be "no hiding place" if they exploit their workers.
In the weeds
11 Sep 2016 3:22:24
Indonesian seaweed farmers have launched a class action lawsuit demanding compensation for the effects of Australia's worst oil spill.
Pump CO2 into rocks, report urges
11 Sep 2016 3:08:08
An Olympic-style delivery agency could ensure the costs of implementing carbon capture and storage technology are kept to a minimum, says a parliamentary report
Tanzania levies VAT on tourism and banking sectors
11 Sep 2016 3:06:35
Safari operators and banks in Tanzania are being asked to stump-up value added tax.
The last laugh
11 Sep 2016 3:04:01
How cartoonist Mauricio de Sousa was able to get past initial rejection and go on to become Brazil's answer to Walt Disney.
UK growth forecast cut by BCC after Brexit
11 Sep 2016 3:02:23
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) slashes its growth forecast for the UK in the light of the Brexit vote.
'Brexit must not be an excuse' to cut jobs, warn unions
11 Sep 2016 9:05:42
Firms must not use the UK's vote for an exit from the European Union as an excuse to cut jobs, unions warn.
HS2 rail link boss quits to join Rolls-Royce
11 Sep 2016 3:50:56
The boss of the controversial HS2 high-speed rail link is leaving to take up a senior post at Rolls-Royce, the aerospace and engineering group says.
Morrisons and Amazon sign collection locker deal
11 Sep 2016 3:50:10
Morrisons is to install hundreds of Amazon lockers in its supermarkets this year, for the collection of items bought from the online retailer.
Work permits among Brexit options, home secretary says
11 Sep 2016 0:24:08
The home secretary says a work permit system is being considered as a way of controlling immigration from the EU.
TUC calls for curbs to 'stratospheric' executive pay
11 Sep 2016 9:00:20
Union body calls for action over the pay of top bosses at FTSE 100 firms, saying executive salary increases far outstrip those of workers.
CEO Secrets: Indiegogo co-founder reveals her business advice
11 Sep 2016 5:53:14
Danae Ringelmann, co-founder of Indiegogo, offers the business advice she wishes she had been given when she started out.
Easyjet pilots consider half-term strike action
10 Sep 2016 0:13:02
Easyjet pilots are considering strike action that may fall over the October half term, the airline confirms.
Samsung urges Galaxy Note 7 phone exchange urgently
10 Sep 2016 6:01:43
Samsung urges people who own one of its Galaxy Note 7 phones to stop using it, and exchange it, as the device risks exploding.
Britain 'too lazy and fat', says Trade Secretary Liam Fox
10 Sep 2016 2:29:52
Britain is "too lazy and too fat" with businessmen preferring to play "golf on a Friday afternoon" than trying to boost the country's prosperity, Liam Fox says.
Heathrow free vote would be 'a fudge and dodge'
10 Sep 2016 8:32:21
Any plans to give ministers a free vote on Heathrow expansion would be "a fudge and a dodge", former minister Grant Shapps says.
A surgeon's downfall
10 Sep 2016 0:06:13
Ground-breaking work on synthetic organ transplants made Paolo Macchiarini one of the most famous doctors in the world. Now his reputation lies in tatters.
Sleep 'prioritises memories we care about'
09 Sep 2016 3:57:55
Researchers discover that during sleep, thoughts your care about are more likely to enter your memory.