John Lewis warns on Scotland prices
11 Sep 2014 2:39:53
Prices in Scottish branches of John Lewis and Waitrose may be more expensive than the rest of the UK if the country votes Yes to independence.
VIDEO: John Lewis: Yes vote will raise costs
11 Sep 2014 2:37:55
A Yes vote in Scotland would raise business risks, John Lewis chairman Sir Charlie Mayfield says
EU sanctions on Russia 'on Friday'
11 Sep 2014 1:58:04
The European Union agrees to impose on Friday new sanctions on Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis, diplomatic sources say.
Russia reduces gas exports to Poland
11 Sep 2014 1:01:15
Russia's gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 45%, Poland's state gas firm PGNiG says, amid tensions over Ukraine.
VIDEO: Microsoft 'could buy Minecraft'
11 Sep 2014 0:53:47
The video games studio behind Minecraft is in talks to be taken over by Microsoft, according to reports.
Southeastern rail franchise renewed
11 Sep 2014 0:40:10
Southeastern is to continue to operate rail services between London, Kent and parts of East Sussex until June 2018, the government says.
Housing market 'reaches plateau'
11 Sep 2014 9:37:37
The housing market is beginning to level out, according to a nationwide survey of chartered surveyors.
Mastercard loses appeal against veto
11 Sep 2014 8:51:48
The debit and credit card company Mastercard loses an appeal against an EU veto at Europe's highest court, the European Court of Justice.
Next profits up on economic revival
11 Sep 2014 8:49:15
Next reports a strong rise in half-year profits as higher house prices and the continuing economic recovery feed into household spending.
Morrisons' profits hurt by price war
11 Sep 2014 6:52:08
WM Morrison reports a fall in half year profits of just over 30% as it continues to suffer from the effects of the supermarket price wars.
VIDEO: Philips targets new directions in Asia
11 Sep 2014 6:21:28
Dutch electronics firm Philips is a company in transition, and it's looking to Asia to bolster growth.
VIDEO: China eases investors' concerns
11 Sep 2014 6:19:56
Analyst John Kurtz assesses Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's move to ease concerns among foreign companies and investors.
China's inflation below target
11 Sep 2014 4:49:08
China's consumer inflation rate rises 2% in August from a year earlier, below the government's target of 3.5% and marking a four-month low.
Australia's Myer reports losses
11 Sep 2014 2:44:08
Australia's largest department store group, Myer, reports a fall in its annual profits for the fourth consecutive year.
Ayre ways boost Liverpool sales
10 Sep 2014 3:48:57
How Liverpool FC’s attention to detail pays off
The Nigerian female oil executives
10 Sep 2014 3:29:05
The women ending male dominance of Nigeria's oil industry
Picking the best business location
10 Sep 2014 3:16:37
The importance of picking the right place to set up a business
Bank switching up 19% in first year
10 Sep 2014 3:15:19
The system that allows UK bank customers to switch their accounts in just seven days is being hailed a success, a year after it started.
RBS 'contingency for London move'
10 Sep 2014 2:56:34
Royal Bank of Scotland confirms it has contingency plans to move its headquarters from Scotland to London if there is a Yes vote in the referendum.
VIDEO: What are Scotland's currency options?
10 Sep 2014 2:55:22
The question of which currency an independent Scotland would use has dominated the campaign. Newsnight's Economics Correspondent Duncan Weldon investigates the options.
VIDEO: Carney reassures over banking fears
10 Sep 2014 9:16:05
The Bank of England governor Mark Carney says contingency plans are in place to ensure banking stability if Scotland votes for independence.
Google worker lived a year on campus
10 Sep 2014 7:57:16
Three Google workers recall living for months at a time at the firm's headquarters in California taking advantage of the perks it offers.
Sale of Ferguson shipyard confirmed
10 Sep 2014 6:44:02
Administrators confirm the sale of Ferguson Shipbuilders at Port Glasgow to businessman Jim McColl's firm, Clyde Blowers Capital.
Santander names Ana Botin as chair
10 Sep 2014 6:42:09
Ana Botin is appointed the new chair of the Spanish banking giant Santander, following the death of her father, Emilio Botin.
VIDEO: Expert says Scots oil will deplete by 2035
10 Sep 2014 6:07:41
Scottish oil and gas revenue will reduce significantly by 2035 according to industry expert Sir Ian Wood.