FTSE edges up but Daily Mail shares hit
Yesterday » 8:09:12
The London market edges higher at the start of trade, but shares in the Daily Mail's parent company slide after it reports falling profits.
Takata shares jump on stake sale report
Yesterday » 7:18:43
Shares in Japanese air bag maker Takata jump 20% following a report that US private equity firm KKR could take a majority stake in the company.
Amazon fashion boss to run Debenhams
Yesterday » 7:06:28
Department store chain Debenhams appoints Amazon's European fashion boss as its new chief executive.
HS2 'over-priced' say transport experts
26 May 2016 6:55:01
HS2 is an over-priced, gold-plated project and will fail in many of its objectives a group of transport experts warns.
China and US clash over steel imports
Yesterday » 6:45:48
Beijing accuses the US of damaging trade after Washington levies new duties of up to 450% on some steel imports from China.
Oil hits $50 for first time this year
26 May 2016 5:50:01
Oil continues its recovery, with prices rising above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as a result of supply disruptions and increased global demand.
Is populism a threat to Europe's economies?
25 May 2016 3:23:22
Will populism push Europe away from economic orthodoxy?
The perils of doing business in Venezuela
25 May 2016 3:01:01
The perils of trying to run a business in Venezuela
Vancouver's 'freak show' property market
25 May 2016 3:00:47
What's going on in Vancouver's property market?
Stamp collecting: The mistakes worth millions
25 May 2016 3:00:42
The mistakes worth millions to stamp collectors
Payday loan complaints nearly triple
25 May 2016 3:00:37
The number of people who made complaints about payday loan companies soared by 178% in the year to March, the Financial Ombudsman has revealed.
VIDEO: 'No-one cares how good you used to be'
25 May 2016 3:00:29
Sir Paul Smith, the legendary designer, may have been a force in the world of fashion and business for 40 years, but says he is not complacent, because "no-one cares how good you used to be".
Exxon takes 'small step' on climate
25 May 2016 0:58:41
Shareholders at Exxon Mobil AGM reject most proposals but voted in favour of a resolution that could see a climate activist elected to the board in the future.
Pension cut idea in Tata Steel crisis
25 May 2016 0:41:15
The government considers cuts to British Steel pension benefits in bid to save Tata Steel's UK operations.
Neanderthal stone rings discovered
25 May 2016 7:59:48
Researchers investigating a cave in France have identified mysterious stone rings that were probably built by Neanderthals.
Contract to construct giant telescope
25 May 2016 7:08:40
The contract is signed that will lead to the construction of one of this century's key astronomical facilities - the European Extremely Large Telescope.
Tights firm blames BHS woe for collapse
25 May 2016 6:11:05
A clothing firm which supplied BHS has gone out of business, blaming the collapse of the high street store.
'Polar bear hybrid' shot in Canada
25 May 2016 6:07:06
A possible grizzly-polar bear hybrid has been shot by a hunter in northern Canada.
VIDEO: Tata boss: No bid shortlist yet
25 May 2016 5:46:07
The board of the Tata Steel has confirmed that there is still no decision about which bidders have made the shortlist to take over its UK operations.
Alibaba investigated by US regulators
25 May 2016 5:37:27
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is being investigated by US regulators over its accounting practices.
Thomas Cook cabin crew vote to strike
25 May 2016 4:51:31
Thomas Cook cabin crew have voted by three-to-one in favour of industrial action in a row over health and safety, Unite union says.
Dinosaur crater drill project 'success'
25 May 2016 4:43:29
Success is declared by the team that has been drilling into the Chicxulub Crater, the deep scar made in the Earth's surface by the asteroid that hastened the end of the dinosaurs.
Who is bidding for the BHS brand?
25 May 2016 4:32:15
Who is bidding for the beleaguered brand?
Microsoft hangs up on phone workers
25 May 2016 4:20:23
Microsoft reveals plans to cut up to 1,850 jobs as part of efforts to scale back its smartphone business.
VIDEO: China restarts steel furnaces
25 May 2016 3:23:57
Despite pledges to cut steel production, China is reopening some of its mills.