The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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Europe's biggest steelmaker loses more than £2bn in the past year while Lewis Hamilton, Adele and Sir James Dyson make big profits, the Sunday Times Rich List reveals.
The BBC Business series My Shop visits a shop in Coventry where a local painter makes artworks with remote-controlled cars.
Thousands of people have protested in the German city of Hannover against a proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal.
Will Starbucks make it big in South Africa?
EU nations agree to draw up a blacklist of tax havens in the wake of the Panama Papers leaks.
A brief history of currency in five objects
Chinese investors are not just buying property in the UK's "Northern Powerhouse" they are helping to build it, too.
European carmakers have a rocky week as Volkswagen sets aside billions more for the diesel emissions scandal and German firms agree to recall 630,000 cars.
Fiat Chrysler is to recall 1.1m vehicles worldwide over fears they may roll away after drivers get out.
Wall Street ended the week mixed as disappointing results from Google owner Alphabet and Microsoft weighed on the technology sector.
Tax receipts from offshore oil and gas came to only £35m in the last financial year, according to figures from HM Revenue and Customs.
Volkswagen sets aside billions more to cover emissions scandal costs as German carmakers agree to recall 630,000 diesels.
Artist JMW Turner will feature on the new design of the Bank of England's £20 note to enter circulation in 2020.
McDonald's profits jump 35%, helped by the continued popularity of its all-day breakfast and cut-price offers in the US.
Eurozone finance ministers say they have made progress in talks about the bailout programme for Greece.
HSBC asks shareholders to approve a new pay policy for its executive directors in a move that will cut the maximum amount they can earn by 7%.
Alton Towers operator Merlin Entertainments admits health and safety breaches over a rollercoaster crash which seriously injured five people.
A look at Germany's "Reinheitsgebot" or beer purity law, introduced in 1516 by the Duke of Bavaria and still in place today.
Entrepreneurs in Kenya are harnessing solar energy to provide ordinary Kenyans with power for their homes.
A young engineer shows the BBC the medical app he has developed for pregnant women.