BBC News - Business
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Lloyd Dorfman, who founded Travelex, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given before he started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
Shares in Japanese gaming company Nintendo soar by more than 20% on Monday on the success of its new Pokemon Go smartphone game.
Theresa May will promise to put workers on the boards of major companies and curb excess corporate pay, as she starts her party leadership campaign.
Uncertainty around Brexit has dragged UK business output and optimism to three-year lows, a new report suggests.
Battered by low oil prices as well as drought, Bakersfield, California longs to be great again.
How Daniele Henkel escaped Algeria before the start of its civil war, and started a health and beauty business in Canada that made her a multi-millionaire.
If you have any interest in the aviation industry there's only one place to be this week - Farnborough. The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst takes a preview tour.
The Farnborough Airshow opens in the UK on Monday at a time of challenge for the aviation industry. Aaron Heslehurst explains.
The Indian government wants to take temple gold out of the vaults and put it into the economy.
The death of a much-loved pet inspired one woman to find her dream job with an internet start-up company.
Deutsche Boerse says it is considering lowering the approval threshold for its proposed merger with the London Stock Exchange from 75%.
China's commerce minister says the outlook remains grim for the global economy despite it having overcome the impact of the 2008 financial crisis.
Members of the RMT union working for ScotRail start another two-day strike over the introduction of additional services without guards.
Italy's banks, struggling with a burden of bad debt, are the latest trouble spot for the eurozone.
Supporters of Scottish independence have a "golden opportunity" the wake of the Brexit vote, according to a critic of the 2014 plans.