Monte dei Paschi bailout 'not an EU fudge' says Dijsselbloem
Yesterday » 0:33:58
Monte dei Paschi bailout 'not an EU fudge' says Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Petrobras: Brazil judge Teori Zavascki dies in plane crash
Yesterday » 0:26:33
Supreme Court judge Teori Zavascki was in charge of investigating corruption at state oil giant Petrobras.
Bank cost-cutting threatens free cash machines
19 Jan 2017 8:35:59
The future of thousands of free cash machines is in doubt as bankers demand a cut in the cost of running the Link network.
May on UK jobs: 'Very good discussion with banks'
19 Jan 2017 7:57:23
Prime Minister Theresa May has had "very good, positive discussions" with big banks about how they might be encouraged to stay in the the City of London.
May's 'positive discussion' with banks
19 Jan 2017 7:17:15
Theresa May has had 'positive' discussions with banks about their future presence in London, she told the BBC.
Tesla avoids recall after Autopilot crash death
19 Jan 2017 7:04:10
Tesla will not be ordered to recall its semi-autonomous cars in the US, following a fatal crash in May 2016.
Mexico makes new friends at Davos
19 Jan 2017 6:43:37
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Mexico's ambassadors are busy looking for new friends.
No excuse for energy price rises, says Ofgem
19 Jan 2017 6:02:03
Energy companies have no "obvious reason" for raising standard tariffs, energy regulator Ofgem says.
Mnuchin outlines why he should be Treasury Secretary
19 Jan 2017 5:55:44
Donald Trump's choice of Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, defends his record during Capitol Hill grilling.
Davos 2017: Teens' virtual reality challenge
19 Jan 2017 5:12:45
A group of Swiss teens has been invited to take a virtual reality challenge at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Which 2016 TV advert got most complaints?
19 Jan 2017 4:27:36
A series of TV adverts featuring dancing builders and businessmen wearing hot pants prompted the most complaints last year.
Theresa May: Some companies play by different set of rules
19 Jan 2017 3:46:12
In her speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Theresa May warns businesses that they need to show leadership.
European Central Bank keeps key interest rate on hold
19 Jan 2017 3:25:47
The European Central Bank keeps its main interest rate unchanged at zero for another month.
Pets at Home shares dogged by 'soft' sales
19 Jan 2017 3:05:31
Shares in retailer Pets at Home have fallen sharply after the retailer reported 'subdued' merchandise sales.
Banks 'working hard' to keep cash machines free
19 Jan 2017 2:48:41
The operator of the UK's ATM network has said it is working hard to keep cash withdrawals free for millions of bank customers
Royal Mail shares dive as it delivers fewer letters
19 Jan 2017 2:29:02
Fewer letters were posted and less junk mail sent in 2016 affecting Royal Mail's profits.
Toshiba shares crash as nuclear writedown crisis deepens
19 Jan 2017 2:03:03
Shares in Japanese conglomerate Toshiba dive as investors fear a huge loss from a US nuclear deal.
Ex-VW boss 'did not know' of emissions cheat device
19 Jan 2017 1:55:35
Martin Winterkorn says he did not know about VW's emissions cheat until it became public.
Theresa May reaction: What did Davos delegates make of the speech?
19 Jan 2017 1:49:08
Reaction to the speech from UK prime minister Theresa May at Davos was positive, but there's still a desire for details.
Co-op ordered to make car insurance quotes clearer
19 Jan 2017 1:25:41
The Co-op is told to improve quotes, after failing to tell motorists about charges for no claims bonuses.
Sir Paul McCartney sues Sony over Beatles songs
19 Jan 2017 1:16:54
Sir Paul McCartney takes legal action against Sony over who controls The Beatles' back catalogue.
Theresa May: UK will be a global leader on trade
19 Jan 2017 1:06:47
The prime minister says mainstream politicians must tackle a backlash against globalisation.
Donald Trump 2014 interview hinting at presidency bid?
19 Jan 2017 0:47:38
When Donald Trump met Mark Lobel at his golf course in the Dubai desert, was he already planning to be president?
Australian icon Vegemite comes home
19 Jan 2017 0:13:35
Vegemite is back under Australian ownership after it is sold by US food giant Mondelez.
19 Jan 2017 9:58:54
It's not just a courgette crisis - supplies of tomatoes, lettuce and more are hit by Europe's big freeze.