The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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The Ministry of Defence signs a £859m deal to support the development of the next generation of Royal Navy warships.
German and Greek finance ministers meet IMF and Eurogroup chiefs ahead of a crucial finance ministers' meeting on Greece's bailout request.
BBC News looks at the key issues in Greece's bailout talks, which are taking place in Brussels on Friday.
What is likely to be announced in Indian Prime Minister Modi's first full budget?
Millions of pounds of private parking penalty charges could have been imposed illegally in England and Wales, the RAC Foundation motoring charity says.
Nashville, Tennessee is the home of country music, but now that US car companies are moving production there it is being called the new Detroit, Michigan.
UK government finances showed a surplus of £8.8bn in January, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.
Standard Life's share price rises after the pensions and insurance firm reports a sharp rise in pre-tax operating profit.
The most unaffordable place in the world to own a mobile phone is Malawi, as the BBC's Emmanuel Igunza finds out.
Stanley Black & Decker has manufactured the first power tool made in the US in 25 years. Chief executive John Lundgren tells the BBC's Linda Yueh why the company is re-shoring.
Eurozone business activity has reached a seven-month high, prompting companies to take on more staff, a closely watched survey indicates.
UK retail sales fell 0.3% in January from the previous month, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Exactly who are David and Frederick Barclay?
Rangers' general meeting is confirmed for 6 March as the board ask Dave King for clarity over his plans.
Japanese stocks rally further despite concerns Greece may be forced to leave the eurozone should it fail to negotiate a new bailout deal.