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A new European Rugby Champions Cup to replace the Heineken Cup is given the go-ahead and will start in the 2014-2015 season.
Activist investor Carl Icahn drops his call for e-commerce giant eBay to sell its fast-growing payments business, PayPal.
House prices will continue to rise across the country until more homes are put on the market, an industry body has said.
What exactly does the Co-op do and how is it run?
A Cambridgeshire firm has designed a robot minesweeper that is winning exports to Africa and South America.
A customer turns the tables on his energy company, "fining" Npower £50 for late payment after they held on to his money when he was in credit.
Many overdrafts are "complex and opaque", carry high charges and are not good value for money, a regulator concludes.
A group of pension savers will be given more time to decide on how to release their money amid major reforms of the system.
Should work emails be banned after 6pm?
Politicians like the word choice around when it comes to public services but are people good at making decisions?
The sale of long term debt by the Greek government for the first time in five years was eight times over subscribed, the government has said.
Simon Rubinsohn and Prof Becky Tunstall discuss a new report from Rics suggesting that house prices will continue to rise across the country.
House prices will continue to rise across the country until more homes are put on the market, an industry body says.
He started out working at his family's corner shop in Birmingham, but Digby Jones went on to become a trade minister and respected business leader.
The world's biggest pork producer, China's WH Group, is hoping to raise more than $5bn from an initial public offering in Hong Kong later this month.
What's lurking inside the Bank of England's vaults?
Why Germany is not as efficient as you might think
After decades of decline, Taiwan's bamboo industry is now recovering as the plant is being used to make a wider range of goods, says the BBC's Cindy Sui.