South Africa's rand currency 'rigged by banks'
16 Feb 2017 1:42:33
Banks are accused of rigging the price of South Africa's currency, the rand, as far back as 2007.
UK spending less on alcohol and tobacco, more on eating out
16 Feb 2017 1:05:57
Families in the UK are spending less on cigarettes and alcohol, but more in restaurants, figures show.
Charging a mobile phone in a cafe? Pay up, says Vienna owner
16 Feb 2017 0:57:45
Owner says fee targets "extreme" customers who leave devices plugged for too long.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai writes back to girl, 7, who wants a job
16 Feb 2017 0:49:16
She told him she "liked computers and robots" as she explained why she wanted to work there.
£900 coat maker Canada Goose to sell shares
16 Feb 2017 8:52:35
Founded in 1957 in Toronto and known for its coyote fur-lined hooded jackets, Canada Goose is set to float.
Ex-dividend firms drag down FTSE 100
16 Feb 2017 8:42:11
The FTSE 100 index dips in early Thursday trading, thanks to four firms going ex-dividend.
KitKat maker Nestle misses forecasts as profit falls
16 Feb 2017 7:38:08
Nestle's sales growth slows to 3.2% from 4.2% amid easing demand in emerging markets.
The cafe where the food is made by a blind cook and his autistic helper
16 Feb 2017 2:17:17
Meet David, the blind cook and his autistic helper Peter
Clubbed to death
16 Feb 2017 0:18:19
Following the demise of the seal-hunting trade, Norway is focusing on a new Arctic gold rush.
16 Feb 2017 0:14:09
Will a merger of Essilor and Luxottica be too big for the public good?
Co-op sale would be 'bad for competition and choice'
16 Feb 2017 0:02:37
Former business secretary Sir Vince Cable and two MPs raise concerns about the Co-op Bank sale.
Which? survey names favourite UK supermarkets
16 Feb 2017 0:02:00
Waitrose, Iceland and Marks & Spencer top a Which? supermarket consumer satisfaction survey.
RBS accused of fraud and forgery by customers and ex-employee
15 Feb 2017 2:08:49
RBS customers and a former employee of RBS accuse it of manipulating documents, which the bank denies.
Last orders for 'boozy lunches' in The City?
15 Feb 2017 1:43:25
Lloyd's of London has introduced a working hours booze ban for its 800 staff. So is time running out for "boozy lunches"?
Andy Puzder withdraws nomination for labour secretary
15 Feb 2017 1:07:05
The fast-food mogul had admitted employing an illegal immigrant as a housekeeper.
Hundreds of companies failing to pay minimum wage
15 Feb 2017 9:00:35
Debenhams and Subway among businesses which have failed to pay the National Minimum Wage.
Yahoo and Verizon 'near to agreeing revised sale terms'
15 Feb 2017 8:45:25
Yahoo and Verizon are said to be close to agreeing revised sale terms, after the search giant was hit by cyber attacks.
Autism detectable in brain long before symptoms appear
15 Feb 2017 8:04:12
The discovery could lead to better tests and therapies for children with autism.
Winston Churchill's views on aliens revealed in lost essay
15 Feb 2017 8:00:10
A newly unearthed essay by Winston Churchill reveals he was open to the possibility of life on other planets.
Is Nokia bringing back the 3310 and who would want a retro phone?
15 Feb 2017 7:34:55
Rumours suggest the iconic mobile from the year 2000 will return to shelves but the company has refused to comment.
Peugeot-Vauxhall: UK and Germany raise concerns on deal talks
15 Feb 2017 6:15:15
UK and Germany seek to safeguard jobs in the potential merger of carmakers Vauxhall and Peugeot.
Lufthansa agrees pay deal with pilot union
15 Feb 2017 4:10:02
Lufthansa strikes a deal to solve a five-year-long dispute with pilots that cost it millions of euros.
Air pollution 'final warning' from European Commission to UK
15 Feb 2017 2:37:04
The European Commission says it will take the matter to the EU court if countries fail to act.
New £5 note: Bank to keep note despite animal fat content
15 Feb 2017 1:42:39
The new £5 note will not be withdrawn, despite protests over its animal fat content.
Ceta: EU parliament backs free trade deal with Canada
15 Feb 2017 1:33:27
EU politicians back a contested free trade deal with Canada as protesters chant outside.