BBC News - Business
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Rising sales at its Costa Coffee chain boost Whitbread, but the company says its Premier Inn hotel chain is operating in a "weaker than expected" market.
The Victoria Derbyshire programme meets those campaigning for and against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP.
Are robots replacing us? That's no longer a question, but a reality in many industries.
Vulnerable people should be allowed to place a delay on large payments leaving their bank to protect them from scams, a report says.
The Belgrade Waterfront development is being touted by officials as moving the city in a "positive direction" but the project is proving controversial.
As Wimbledon prepares to use emotion-tracking cameras at this year's tennis championships, sport is becoming increasingly digital for fans, players and venues alike.
Qantas boss Alan Joyce explains why it's important to be yourself at work, and the benefits of having a diverse range of people at the top.
Having a more diverse workforce can create real benefits, so what's the best way for companies to reap them?
Walmart announces a partnership with the Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com to help revive the struggling website Yihaodian.
Former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn and another ex-board member are under investigation for alleged market manipulation, German prosecutors say.
The pound sees the strongest gain against the dollar since 2009, as traders react to latest polls on the UK's referendum over European Union membership
Graham Satchell looks at what the humble strawberry can tell us about the European Union.
Carmaker Nissan is taking will take legal action against the Vote Leave campaign for using company logo in pro-Brexit leaflets
Would-be-homeowners in large parts of England are being priced out of a government scheme to help first-time buyers, a BBC investigation finds.
Top bosses including Sir Richard Branson, the Premier League chair and car industry executives voice support for staying in the EU, but Vote Leave says Brexit would boost industry.
India announces a radical overhaul of its foreign ownership rules to attract more overseas investment.
As Nigeria allows its currency to trade freely in a move to tackle the financial crisis, financial blogger Feyi Fawehinmi looks at how it will affect people's lives.
Banks' most loyal customers are receiving "woeful" interest rates on their Individual Savings Accounts (Isas), a consumer group says.
Shares in Tokyo and Hong Kong start the week with strong gains.
Economic analyst Vivek Kaul explains why India's central bank chief, Raghuram Rajan, may have been under pressure to quit.