BBC News - Business
Updated: 2 hours 52 min ago
The government names almost 200 companies - including two football clubs - who have failed to pay the minimum wage to employees.
London's leading share index reverses early losses, helped by shares in travel group Tui climb after it says it is on track to meet full-year profit forecast.
China's Alibaba has seen a sharp increase in international sales, a sign that it is finally making strides outside its home turf.
A weaker economic outlook means demand for oil in 2017 is likely to grow at a slower rate than this year, according to the International Energy Agency.
US department store chain Macy's is to close about 100 stores and increase investment in its online business after 18 months of sliding sales.
Is the little blue bird due to get its neck wrung? Reports of Twitter's demise take Twitter by storm.
Arianna Huffington, who co-founded the news website Huffington Post 11 years ago, has announced she is to step down as editor-in-chief.
A profile of Hugh Grosvenor, who has become the seventh Duke of Westminster following the sudden death of his father.
Bookmaker William Hill again rejects a £3.16bn takeover approach from 888 and Rank, saying there is "no merit" in considering the bid.
Discount chain Poundland agrees to an improved takeover offer from South African retail group Steinhoff International.
The UK housing market paused for breath after the Brexit vote, but could take off again over the next 12 months, a poll of surveyors suggests.