BBC News - Business
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A leading City investor calls on housebuilder Persimmon to cut back an executive pay plan that could see management share £600m over the next five years.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 down more than 2% in early trade on Monday.
Urgent action is needed to deal with the UK's digital skills crisis, warn MPs, or it risks damaging productivity and competitiveness.
A small group of Western businessmen on doing business with the world's most isolated society
A study by the music industry estimates the value of music tourism in Scotland last year to be £295m.
Senior figures in the offshore oil and gas industry call for more radical and urgent changes to avoid rapid decline.
East Timor wants to transform its economy but what's holding it back?
Singaporean Jocelyn Chng took over her family's company aged 21 after her father died. She went on to grow the business into a multi-million dollar operation.
The founder of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, has written to BHS administrators expressing an interest in taking over a number of stores.
Nigel Farage says sterling and the FTSE are at the same levels they were in March. Is he right?
David Cameron says a vote to leave the EU will result in "difficult choices" and future spending on pensions might not be protected, but Vote Leave calls it a "baseless threat".
The retailer Walmart Canada will no longer accept Visa cards claiming the fees are "unacceptably high".