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The US Federal Reserve gives Wall Street banks even more time to comply with parts of the Volcker Rule, the reforms introduced following the financial crisis.
Poor treatment of workers in the Chinese factories which make Apple products is discovered by an undercover BBC Panorama investigation.
British Airways owner IAG says that Irish carrier Aer Lingus has rejected its takeover offer.
Switzerland's National Bank will bring in a negative interest rate cutting the value of any money left on deposit in the country.
A Canadian company operating in the North Sea has been forced to restructure its debt following the fall in oil price.
The director of Premier Oil says no new North Sea projects are profitable with oil below $60 a barrel and the industry is "close to collapse".
President Vladimir Putin seeks to ease fears over Russia's economy, insisting that the dramatic fall in the rouble will stabilise.
Recent falls in the price of oil are likely to be temporary, says the oil minister for Saudi Arabia, Opec's biggest producing nation.
About 6% of domestic energy customers were in debt to their supplier in 2013, figures show, but energy firms still owe money to customers too.
UK retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in more than 10 years in November, thanks to the effects of Black Friday.
Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel left "devastated" as plans for his messaging app are leaked as part of the Sony Pictures hack.
English councils will face an average cut of 1.8% in their overall spending power, the government says.
UK mortgage lending in November returned to the level seen a year earlier, lenders say, offering more evidence of a post-summer slowdown.
The government made £180m less from the sale of Royal Mail than it could have, and the process of privatising state assets should be reformed, says a new report.
Agreement is reached between the government and the country's biggest mobile networks to improve coverage across the UK.
US Federal Reserve says it will be "patient" in deciding when to raise interest rates, with most analysts expecting a rise in mid-2015.
Employers could scupper the season of goodwill by leaving their staff exposed to a tax charge after their Christmas party, accountants warn.
Singer Rihanna will "directly influence product collections" in her new role as women's creative director at Puma.
People in the UK are using less energy, even though the economy is growing, new figures confirm.
Pension savers with the smallest pots can be exposed to the highest levels of charges, an independent report reveals.
Wage growth picked up in the three months to October and outstripped the rise in the cost of living, while unemployment fell again, official figures show.
Russia says it is planning new measures to stabilise the rouble after its slump against the dollar.
The prolonged slump in the price of oil forces oil-export dependent Nigeria to revise its budget plans, prompting its currency to fall to a record low.
Chancellor George Osborne is to deliver his last Budget of the Parliament on 18 March 2015, weeks before the election.
How Paul Lindley, the boss of Ella's Kitchen, built up the UK's largest baby food business.
Malawian business tycoon Mike Mlombwa tells the BBC how to deal with red tape and stay on the right side of the law when doing business.
A growing number of small firms are boosting sales thanks to securing celebrity endorsements, but doing a deal with a famous figure doesn't necessarily guarantee success.
The SPFL is to withhold £250,000 due to Rangers for broadcast fees to cover a fine relating to employee benefit trusts.
Fifa dismisses a complaint from its own World Cup corruption investigator Michael Garcia as well as two whistleblowers.
Northern Ireland's environment minister acted unlawfully in approving a new GAA stadium in west Belfast, a High Court judge rules.
A BBC investigation for Panorama has exposed poor working conditions in factories making Apple products in China.
As the Russian rouble falls in value - and prices for imported goods looks set to rise - Russians have been flocking to the stores, to spend their cash on durable goods.
Kurdistan could soon be joining the ranks of the world's major oil exporters, thanks to a new pipeline to Turkey.
Three years ago retails expert, Mary Portas, carried out a review of the high street for the government and the BBC takes her back to one of those towns, Stockport, to find out if anything has changed.
The European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs says he wants "to open a new ear" in the relationship between the European Union and Greece.
The first contactless payment gloves are being trialled in stores in the run up to Christmas - Rory Cellan-Jones put them to the test.
A former chief executive of one of the world's biggest cosmetics firms is suing a fast food stall near his holiday home in the French Alps.
Retail expert Mary Portas accuses the government of making "token gestures" to rejuvenate Britain's struggling high streets.
The knock-on effects of Russia's economic troubles
The latest trend driving Asian spending sprees
The mobile generators boosting Myanmar's electricity supply
Those spending the day at work rather than celebrating
Five economic upsides to the US-Cuba deal
Osborne’s payment plan makes little difference, says Anthony Reuben
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Online art sales boom, led by Chinese buyers
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