The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 5 hours 17 min ago
Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei unveils its latest mobile handset, which the company says is the thinnest on the market.
The bosses of the Lloyds Banking Group tell MPs that they knew there was a black hole in the accounts of the Co-op Bank, four months before a vital deal with them collapsed.
A retail veteran so frustrated at the lack of progress on tackling High Street decline, has decided to come up with his own strategy to try and boost the UK's struggling town centres.
Former UBS and Citigroup trader Tom Hayes is charged by the Serious Fraud Office over Libor.
Building Societies are warning the government about a future house price bubble, unless it plans how to end its Help to Buy programme.
Chancellor George Osborne has fought back against claims that he forced Stephen Hester to stand down as head of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Diego Maradona wins compensation from two Chinese firms for using his name in an online game, Hot-Blooded Soccer, without his consent.
Sport England warns the Lawn Tennis Association that it must drive up participation figures or face losing valuable funding.
The issue of tax havens will be discussed today at the G8 summit in Lough Erne, Northern Ireland. The BBC's North America correspondent Jonny Dymond reports that if President Obama is looking for offenders, he might like to look quite close to home.
Vodafone faces a potential bidding war for Kabel Deutschland after US firm Liberty Global makes a rival offer for the German cable TV firm.
Two companies which appear in BBC Three documentary The Call Centre are fined by the regulators in connection with nuisance calls.
But who gains most from the continent's rapid growth?
The Chinese telecoms giant, Huawei, is heating up the already highly competitive global smartphone industry with a product launch in London.
A homeowner said they did not think they had to pay their TV licence fee because they claimed their pet was related to one of the Queen's dogs, it is revealed.
Singapore's oil refineries are getting new technology to help safeguard their future.
China is launching a new carbon trading scheme in the country's southern city of Shenzhen.
Creating a third runway at Heathrow Airport would be "cheaper, quicker and better for the economy" than building a new airport, Heathrow bosses claim.
Six ways a new EU-US trade deal might affect you
Indonesia's parliament paves the way for a rise in petrol and diesel prices after months of debate and political haggling.
Sharp puts a record-sized TV on sale in Europe, but its 1080p resolution means owners will need a relatively large room to be able to watch it.