The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
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The SPFL is to withhold £250,000 due to Rangers for broadcast fees to cover a fine relating to employee benefit trusts.
India's troubled airline SpiceJet grounds all flights after oil companies refuse to refuel any of its planes, media reports say.
A former chief executive of one of the world's biggest cosmetics firms is suing a fast food stall near his holiday home in the French Alps.
UK food manufacturer 2 Sisters is setting "beyond unreasonable" terms in proposed contract agreements, one of its suppliers tells the BBC.
A committee of MPs criticises the government after saying taxpayers have been left "bearing all the risk" from purchases of new trains worth £10.5bn.
The villagers who are losing out to sugarcane
Petrol could soon sell for less than £1 a litre thanks to the plummeting price of oil, motoring organisation the RAC has predicted.
Online art sales boom, led by Chinese buyers
Technology behemoth Apple has been found not guilty of engaging in anti-competitive behaviour by a jury in California.
A group of Post Office staff plan a series of strikes over Christmas in a dispute over pay and jobs.
Lastminute.com, the firm which came to fame at the height of the dot.com boom, has been sold to Swiss travel firm Bravofly Rumbo for $120m (£76m).
The FTSE recovers from early falls as lower-than-expected inflation figures makes the prospect of an early rise in interest rates even less likely.
The price of Brent crude oil has fallen below $59 a barrel for the first time since May 2009.
The first contactless payment gloves are being trialled in stores in the run up to Christmas - Rory Cellan-Jones put them to the test.
A contract has been renewed that will secure the future of the Post Office card account until at least November 2021, the government has confirmed.
The rouble crashes to new record lows in Tuesday trading, hitting 79 roubles to the dollar, despite a dramatic rise in Russian interest rates.
Ofcom, the UK's telecoms regulator, has named senior Treasury official Sharon White as its new chief executive.
The Co-operative Bank has failed a "stress test" carried out by the Bank of England to assess major UK lenders' ability to withstand another financial crisis.
A new £55m cell therapy manufacturing centre in Stevenage is set to create up to 150 jobs, it is announced.