I was made a scapegoat, says ex-Tesco director
The Tesco finance chief cleared of fraud claims there was never a black hole in the company's accounts.
Real Madrid regains top spot in world football rich list
The Champions League holders are global football's top revenue-generator, according to Deloitte.
Prince William says celebrities shunned mental health charity
The Duke of Cambridge tells business leaders that stars didn't want to be associated with mental illness.
Shops lose 70,000 jobs in a year, says BRC
The state of the High Street continued to worsen at the end of 2018, according to industry experts.
Patisserie Valerie reveals stores to close
The failed cafe chain says 920 jobs will be lost due to the closure of 71 outlets.
Barclays bosses 'paid Qatar secret fees'
The Qataris received £322m in undisclosed commission after bailing the bank out in 2008, a court hears.
DHL could profit from no-deal Brexit, says boss
The boss of the world's largest logistics firm says it might benefit from a 'complex' Brexit.
John Lewis to shut Knight & Lee store in Southsea
It is the chain's first store closure for 12 years, but it insists no other closures are planned.
Chinese censor calls Tencent news app 'vulgar'
Tiantian Kuaibao was singled out for criticism by the country's internet regulator.
Santander to shut 140 branches
About 1,270 jobs are put at risk after Santander announces a big round of branch closures.
Iceland still selling own-brand palm oil products despite pledge
The retailer promised to remove palm oil from all of its own products by the end of 2018.
Theresa May says Dyson is committed 'long-term' to the UK
Theresa May tells MPs the firm is committed to Britain, despite moving its HQ to Singapore.
Sony to move Europe headquarters to avoid Brexit disruption
The Japanese firm will move its European headquarters to the Netherlands to avoid customs issues.
Martin Lewis drops Facebook legal action
Facebook has promised the consumer rights champion measures to tackle fake ads on its platform.
Wetherspoons warns over labour costs
JD Wetherspoon says its first-half pre-tax profits are likely to be lower despite sales growth.
Christmas failed to revive flagging toy market
Families spent more than £300 per child on toys in 2018 but sales in the UK fell sharply compared with Europe.
Battle to save remote cash machines
The UK's largest ATM network is increasing the fee it pays cash machine operators to keep remote machines free of charge.
Patisserie Valerie collapses into administration as rescue talks fail
Up to 900 jobs may go in a first wave of closures after the fraud-hit cafe chain collapses into administration.
Personal travel agents boost holiday bookings
A growing army of agents who work from home have helped to boost holiday bookings this year.
Brexit: What does no deal mean?
There's still no certainty over an agreement for the UK's departure from the EU.
'The perception was women didn't fly aircraft'
EasyJet's newest female pilot says the industry is "working hard" to attract more women to the role.
DHL boss: 'We might benefit in the short term but Brexit not a good idea'
The CEO of Deutsche Post DHL tells the BBC a no-deal Brexit is not a good idea in the long term, even if his company benefits in the short term.
Nico Rosberg: Bringing F1 thinking to Davos
Former F1 World Champion Nico Rosberg wants to bring electric transport to the masses.
How virtual reality can help you manage pain
A company in Israel is using virtual reality computer games to help patients deal with chronic pain.
Meet 'Australia's culinary queen'
Donna Hay, "Australia's culinary queen", mulls her next move after publishing the 100th and final issue of her magazine.
'Staff should treat a business as if it were their own'
Rob Forkan, co-founder of footwear and outerwear brand Gandys, says staff should treat a business as if it were their own.
What exactly is 'Davos'?
As the great and the good congregate in a Swiss ski resort, the BBC's Joe Miller explains what goes on at the annual World Economic Forum.
China's slowdown and what it means for the UK
China has for years seen rapid GDP growth, but who will be worse off when the economic powerhouse falters?
Davos 2019: How dining in the dark can open your eyes
An evening meal in pitch darkness is the surprising hot ticket at this year's World Economic Forum.
Could women solve the global pilot shortage?
As the world's airlines need to recruit more pilots, efforts are increasing to appoint more women.
Barclays trial: What lies behind the prosecution?
The executives' role in raising money from Qatar during the 2008 financial crisis is under scrutiny.
Davos 2019: The man who thinks he can make us love kale
Matt Barnard is on a mission to persuade people to eat more vegetables.
Sir James Dyson: From barrows to billions
One of the most high-profile businessmen in favour of Brexit, Sir James Dyson's biggest idea started with cardboard and sticky tape.
Davos 2019: 'I’m the boss, he’s the spouse'
Gender equality remains high on the agenda at Davos, but has anything really changed?
Why your new heart could be made in space one day
Microgravity is ideal for making a range of materials, but will space manufacture ever be cost effective?
When your dad does the same apprenticeship as you
Dominic Foster and his dad John are on the same apprenticeship at the same company.
The eyewear designer for the stars
How Tom Davies built his eponymous glasses company, which is much loved by celebrities.
10 things you didn't know about Davos
What is Davos and why do people go? Here are 10 handy facts about the annual gathering in Switzerland.
Drag queen or delivery driver: What's your 'side hustle'?
Millennials are increasingly doing jobs on the side, whether through love or necessity.
Virtual cities: Designing the metropolises of the future
How 3D software supercharged with real-time data can simulate complex designs before they're built.
Jack Bogle: The man who pioneered index investing
Jack Bogle, credited with upending the way we invest through index funds has died aged 89.
Hermes: Where the luxury giant is an industry outsider
France's luxury retailer Hermes is trying to become a big player in Switzerland's exclusive watch industry.
Smartwatches: Switzerland's friend or foe?
The Swiss watch industry faced a near-death experience from quartz products. Is the smartwatch a similar threat?
Detroit auto show: Firms bet on petrol to fund electric future
Automakers are relying on the popularity of big, traditional vehicles to fund their electric ambitions.
Watches: A Briton at the heart of a Swiss tradition
Stephen Forsey's company is making waves in the spiritual home of Switzerland's watch industry.
The former homeless man bringing web access to the Bronx
People without internet access have fewer life chances than those that do. How can we close the gap?
What will Andy Murray be worth in retirement?
As he goes out of the Australian Open, the Scot has the power to remain a strong-earning brand.
'Our vision is never to lay anyone off'
The Argentine boss who travelled the world to get orders and prevent him from having to make staff redundant.