The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 15 hours 17 min ago
David Cameron will unveil an economic development package linked to community integration in Northern Ireland later
John Reid, president of concerts for Live Nation Europe, says a variety of festivals catering for a range of music tastes and age groups is the way to ensure success.
Arctic centre cuts power needed to handle Europe's status updates
The plane that Airbus did not want to build
Bizarre interview questions and how to answer them
The Isle of Man and Jersey hit back at accusations that they facilitate tax evasion and avoidance ahead of next week's G8 summit.
UK pensioners' incomes have risen faster than all other age groups in the last 30 years, a study shows, with the change called a "triumph of social policy".
Nicaragua's Congress votes in favour of a Chinese plan to built a waterway between the Caribbean and the Pacific, to rival the Panama Canal.
News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch files for divorce from his third wife as their 14-year marriage is "irretrievably broken", his spokesman says.
Yahoo files a patent suggesting it could charge marketers different rates according to the social influence score of the consumers they want to target.
RBS sees its share price drop amid speculation that political influence has caused Stephen Hester's departure and on news of further job losses.
The new A350XWB is a vital aircraft for Airbus. The result of a $15bn investment, it is being marketed as a direct rival to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner.
Human genes may not be patented, but artificially copied DNA can be intellectual property, the US Supreme Court rules unanimously.
Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed insists his libel action against Forbes magazine is not driven by "ranking on some list or personal wealth".
US retail sales rose more than expected in May, up 0.6%, helped by a jump in car sales, according to government data.
The British fashion group, Mulberry, reports a fall in profits and says it needs to increase awareness in Asia and the US.
Coventry City administrator Paul Appleton announces that four bids have been made for the League One club.
Google should be "fully investigated" by HM Revenue and Customs after information from whistleblowers "undermined" the firm's defence of its tax arrangements, a committee of MPs has said.
BBC Newsnight speaks to survivors and rescuers from the Rana Plaza building collapse about the disaster in which 1,100 workers died, and learns that officials closed the building the day before because of cracks in the walls.
The CBI is warning the chancellor he will put economic recovery at risk unless he makes spending on infrastructure the top priority in his spending review.