Submarine yard gets £300m investment
13 Mar 2014 4:44:01
BAE Systems is to invest more than £300m at its submarine shipyard in Barrow, Cumbria, the defence contractor confirms.
US retail sales rise as snow recedes
13 Mar 2014 4:04:38
US retail sales rose for the first time in two months in February, official figures show, after the country suffered its third coldest winter on record.
VIDEO: Morrisons losses force restructuring
13 Mar 2014 3:52:11
Supermarket chain Morrisons has reported a £176m loss for the year to the end of February, and announced a major restructuring of the business.
VIDEO: 'New America; more hours for less money'
13 Mar 2014 2:28:59
President Obama hopes to reduce income inequality by making companies pay overtime to America's white collar workers.
Trinity Mirror posts big annual loss
13 Mar 2014 2:16:54
The publisher of the Daily Mirror and Manchester Evening News posts a £161m annual loss, blaming the economic environment and print industry woes.
Eurotunnel profits triple to record
13 Mar 2014 2:09:42
Eurotunnel profits triple to 100m euros as cross-Channel passenger numbers reach a record 10 million a year.
Bankers may have to return bonuses
13 Mar 2014 2:05:59
Bankers may have to return their bonuses up to six years after receiving them, says the Bank of England.
AUDIO: Why military skills help in business
13 Mar 2014 1:59:44
Skills learnt in the military could help ex-service personnel succeed in business, according to a new report.
AUDIO: Morrisons restructuring 'essential'
13 Mar 2014 1:48:16
Retail expert Rahul Sharma discusses the decision of Morrisons to restructure its business.
VIDEO: Britain's changing shopping basket
13 Mar 2014 1:36:54
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has been explaining the latest changes to its shopping basket - the sample of goods used to measure inflation.
Singapore tackles virtual currencies
13 Mar 2014 1:02:49
Singapore is to regulate virtual currency exchanges, in order to combat potential risks from money-laundering or terrorism-related financing.
Inflation basket drops DVD recorders
13 Mar 2014 0:47:37
Changes in households' use of digital technology lie behind several of this year's changes to the basket of goods and services used to measure inflation.
VIDEO: Morrisons 'taking bold decision'
13 Mar 2014 0:16:41
Morrisons boss Dalton Philips says there are "big structural shifts in the market" as the chain announces a £176m loss for the year to the end of February.
Homebase and Argos sales up strongly
13 Mar 2014 9:54:26
Argos and Homebase owner Home Retail expects annual profits to be slightly ahead of forecasts after post-Christmas sales grew more than expected.
Shell admits 'challenging' 2013
13 Mar 2014 9:44:30
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell says it has laid "firm foundations for the future" after "disappointing financial results" in 2013.
Judge reviews stadium shop plans
13 Mar 2014 8:58:31
Plans to build a supermarket on the site of Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium are subject to a judicial review.
Morrisons losses force restructuring
13 Mar 2014 8:03:56
Supermarket Morrisons reports a £176m loss, announces a major restructuring plan and warns of lower profits to come.
'Shocking' scale of pangolin trade
13 Mar 2014 7:20:20
Official records show that pangolins are being illegally traded on a "shocking" scale, according to a report.
New China figures point to slowdown
13 Mar 2014 6:49:14
China's industrial output and retail sales grow less than expected, figures show, adding to fears of a slowdown.
New Zealand Fonterra in guilty plea
13 Mar 2014 5:38:36
New Zealand's Fonterra pleads guilty to four food-safety violations following a botulism scare last year that led to recalls of milk products in China.
Flood payouts reach nearly £450m
13 Mar 2014 5:33:43
More than £446m is expected to be paid out to people whose homes and businesses were damaged in the severe winter floods, insurers say.
VIDEO: What is Candy Crush Saga worth?
13 Mar 2014 3:22:08
David Kuo, from the Motley Fool, explains whether he thinks investors will buy in to Candy Crush Saga creator, King Digital.
VIDEO: China's commodities cold spreads
13 Mar 2014 3:02:39
The BBC's Phil Mercer reports from Sydney on the global impact of falling iron ore prices and waning Chinese demand.
Panasonic offers China pollution pay
13 Mar 2014 2:02:34
Japanese electronics firm Panasonic announces it will pay its staff working in China a premium to compensate them for the country's high levels of pollution.
Fracking 'could harm wildlife'
13 Mar 2014 2:02:24
Fracking has the potential to devastate wildlife habitats across the UK, says research commissioned by leading wildlife and countryside groups.