China’s baby formula fears
10 Apr 2013 1:58:55
China’s baby formula fears spark global restrictions
Global PC sales tumble, data shows
10 Apr 2013 1:19:58
Global sales of PCs fall 14% in the first three months this year, the biggest fall since research firm IDC began tracking the industry in 1994.
VIDEO: Brussels warns on Spain and Slovenia
10 Apr 2013 0:37:32
The European Commission has warned that Spain and Slovenia must quickly tackle the imbalances in their economies.
Police raids over Rangers purchase
10 Apr 2013 0:34:28
Police carry out a series of raids relating to the purchase of Rangers Football Club by Craig Whyte from Sir David Murray.
Fans set for Portsmouth takeover
10 Apr 2013 6:35:45
A supporters' group takeover of Portsmouth is given the go-ahead after a High Court hearing.
Obama unveils $3.8tn budget plan
10 Apr 2013 6:26:52
US President Barack Obama unveils a $3.77tn (£2.4tn) budget that proposes fresh taxes on the wealthy along with cuts to benefit programmes.
Dutch uncover large-scale meat fraud
10 Apr 2013 6:26:03
Dutch authorities say some 50,000 tonnes of meat sold as beef across Europe since January 2011 may have contained horsemeat.
UK labour costs below EU average
10 Apr 2013 5:34:08
UK hourly labour costs have fallen nearly two euros (£1.7; $2.6) below the European Union average, data from the EU's statistics agency show.
VIDEO: HBOS chief did 'the right thing'
10 Apr 2013 4:43:44
Business Secretary Vince Cable says former HBOS chief James Crosby is right to have denounced his knighthood.
Fed discussed slowing bond purchases
10 Apr 2013 4:24:09
The minutes of March's meeting of US Fed policymakers show some think its bond buying programme could be slowed down later this year.
VIDEO: HP boss lays blame on Autonomy
10 Apr 2013 4:14:16
The boss of the world's biggest computer seller has defended her attack on the former management of Britain's Autonomy.
GM to invest 4bn euros in Opel
10 Apr 2013 3:55:22
US carmaker General Motors says it will invest 4bn euros in its European marques, Opel and Vauxhall.
Hundreds of Morrisons jobs at risk
10 Apr 2013 2:54:55
Nearly 700 jobs could be cut at Morrisons supermarkets as manual cash counting is replaced with machines in back offices.
Brussels warns on Spain and Slovenia
10 Apr 2013 2:42:50
The European Commission has warned that Spain and Slovenia must quickly address the "imbalances" in their economies.
Wal-Mart video IDs reset after theft
10 Apr 2013 2:35:27
Wal-Mart's Vudu video-streaming division warns users of a security breach after hard drives are stolen from its offices.
WTO cuts 2013 trade growth forecast
10 Apr 2013 1:56:41
The World Trade Organization cuts its trade growth forecast for 2013 because of risks from protectionism and the eurozone crisis.
VIDEO: Women board appointments 'stalled'
10 Apr 2013 1:54:54
Progress in appointing more women to board-level roles at top UK firms has slowed, according to a survey.
HBOS bosses remain in firing line
10 Apr 2013 1:52:46
Past HBOS figures are coming under more pressure over the bank's collapse after ex-chief Sir James Crosby quit his current posts and offered to give up his knighthood.
Whyte loses £18m Ticketus battle
10 Apr 2013 1:37:30
Craig Whyte is ordered to pay £18m to the finance firm Ticketus after losing a claim against him at the High Court in London.
Qatar offers Egypt $3bn lifeline
10 Apr 2013 1:15:08
Qatar says it will buy $3bn of Egyptian bonds to help the crisis-hit economy recover.
Hollande: Eradicate tax havens
10 Apr 2013 0:58:51
France's President Hollande calls for "eradication" of the world's tax havens, as he tries to repair damage caused by a tax scandal.
VIDEO: Slovenia: Next Eurozone domino to fall?
10 Apr 2013 0:45:25
The Slovenian government is coming under increasing pressure as international media speculation mounts over the country's finances.
Spain industrial output falls again
10 Apr 2013 0:21:29
Spain's industrial output fell by 6.5% in February, figures show, as the eurozone's fourth largest economy remains mired in recession.
Luxembourg to relax bank secrecy
10 Apr 2013 0:16:10
Luxembourg, under growing pressure from both Europe and the United States to tackle tax evasion, is to relax the secrecy surrounding its banks from 2015.
MPs call for savings safety alert
10 Apr 2013 9:54:53
Banks should tell customers when their savings increase beyond the level that would be guaranteed if the institution collapsed, MPs suggest.