Manchester United 'remains most valuable club in Europe'
The English club tops KPMG's study of top sides' "enterprise value", ahead of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Banks 'charging more' for overdrafts than payday lenders
Unarranged overdrafts can cost up to seven times more than payday loans, a consumer group warns.
US to ease crisis-era Dodd-Frank banking rules
Supporters say Dodd Frank reform will helps banks grow, but critics warn of a return to reckless behaviour.
Trump faces backlash over possible $1.3bn ZTE fine
The president faces criticism after saying he may fine the Chinese telecoms firm rather than ban exports to it.
McDonald's workers make sexual harassment complaints
Ten female staff at McDonald's franchises in the US have filed complaints of sexual harassment.
Carney: Brexit has cost households £900
The Brexit vote has lowered growth by up to 2%, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney says.
Tesco Direct closure puts 500 jobs at risk
Supermarket says Tesco Direct faces high costs, will not become profitable and will be closed.
Hammond to pledge superfast broadband for most homes
The Chancellor pledges full-fibre connections for most homes and businesses by 2025.
How can M&S get back in fashion?
As one of the UK's best-known retailers plans to close dozens of stores, how can it stem the decline?
Is the Trump administration losing the China trade war?
The president prides himself on his deal-making, but the Chinese are claiming the upper hand.
Zuckerberg's European Parliament testimony criticised
The Facebook founder faces questions from European lawmakers over the data scandal and fake news.
M&S to close 100 stores by 2022
The retail giant speeds up the pace of closures that it says are "vital for the future of M&S".
Former Uber engineer sues for sexual harassment
A former Uber engineer is suing the firm for sexual harassment and discrimination.
BP delays Rhum North Sea work over Iran sanctions clarity
The North Sea Rhum field news came as BP announced it is to cut 3% of its global workforce.
Elon Musk to fix Tesla 'braking flaw'
Flaws pointed out in a review of Tesla's Model 3 have prompted Elon Musk to make changes.
Ministers seek permission to use £400m fund frozen since 1928
The government launches a legal bid to unfreeze £400m fund set up 90 years ago to pay off national debt.
Tesco removes 'best before' dates on some fruit and veg
The supermarket says ditching the labels will help avoid "perfectly edible food" being thrown away.
New York Stock Exchange appoints first female leader
Both the NYSE and the Nasdaq will be run by women following Stacey Cunningham's appointment.
Fuel hikes threaten consumer spending
The cost of petrol and diesel is at the highest level for three-and-a-half years.
Ms Curvaceous takes on the 'fat tax'
Corrine Mensah was recently crowned Ms Curvaceous UK 2018.
Do your colleagues want to 'get to know the real you'?
Liv Garfield, winner of the Businesswoman of the Year award, shares her CEO Secrets.
How the video game became a million dollar idea.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst tells us how the video game became a million dollar idea.
'I know all about AK-47s - and now apples!'
Errol April is a soldier-turned-apple farmer who believes in redistributing land in South Africa.
'The economic crisis killed my father'
Argentina has had to ask the IMF for help again. This has brought bad memories of previous crises to the citizens of Buenos Aires.
'We do custom artwork on our skateboards'
Former professional skateboarder Kent Lingeveldt has turned his sport into a business.
Mothers at a shopping centre in Greenwich in London give their verdicts on Mothercare
Mothers at a shopping centre in Greenwich in London say other stores are better at catering for young children.
Are tumble dryers still a fire risk?
After five million tumble dryers made by Whirlpool were identified as a fire risk, the company started fixing them. But some users claim their fixed dryers have caught fire.
Could smartphones replace bank branches?
Banks sent 512 million mobile alerts last year as our money management moves from spreadsheets to smartphones.
Sony takes controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing
The deal gives the Japanese firm more than two million songs by artists including Queen and Alicia Keys.
After years of growth, the UK's challenger banks are fighting hard to survive in a tough new market.
Drivers may be confusing autonomous cars with driver assistance technology, with sometimes fatal consequences.
'I found my call in life'
The language classes multi-millionaire who started out in business doing telesales via a public phone at an airport.
Washington is worried about Chinese investors. Is the rest of America?
New apps are bringing a greater range of services and features to the vital flows of money to families around the world
A high-tech solution being tested in Iceland gets rid of waste carbon dioxide by pumping it 1,000m underground.
'It would be a disaster'
Worried Texan businesses call on Trump not to walk away from the free trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada.
Farc guerillas have returned home, but they are often illiterate and unemployed and in urgent need of new skills for jobs.
Dockless bike tech has massively boosted bike-sharing. Is it the future of two-wheeled transport?
How one couple overcame arson threats to build a restaurant business.
Lessons from the past
As the US and China prepare for key trade talks, the BBC's Taiwan correspondent Cindy Sui says that history helps to explain the Chinese viewpoint.
Spain's sparkling wine, cava, has a problem as it is seen as a cheap drink, say its producers who're seeking to rebrand their fizz.
Ahead of new rules for fixed-odds betting machines, four people outline the pros and cons.
Digital advertising funds the internet but the industry is in crisis, many observers believe.
Seeds of hope
Seeds of hope; one social entrepreneur is using specially-coated tree seeds to restore Kenya’s lost forests.
Home ownership in the UK has declined – but how much more are we spending on rent?
The global arms trade is now worth $100bn annually, with the US increasingly dominant as the world's top arms exporter.
From jewellery to bags, coats and dresses, the fashion industry is following Meghan Markle's every move
London has overtaken Paris and Montreal for the title of best student city, despite being so expensive.
How to spend £10,000
A report proposes giving 25-year-olds £10,000 and you've told us what you would do with that money.
Sea giants do battle
As demand for natural gas continues to surge, huge extraction vessels are about to go into action.
Can supermarkets compete with each other on price in local areas?
HSBC, Halifax and Metro have all accidentally locked out blind customers by upgrading their bank websites
Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal went to "very top" of the firm, allege US prosecutors.