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BHS brand to be revived online in the UK
The collapsed retailer BHS is re-launching as an online shop, selling some of the most popular items previously available on its website.
Sports Direct: Ashley steps in as chief executive resigns
The founder and majority owner of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, becomes chief executive after the surprise resignation of Dave Forsey.
Twitter shares soar almost 20% on takeover talk
Shares in Twitter jump more than 20% after a report that it has received takeover approaches, including from Google and Salesforce.com.
Easyjet pilots suspend strike action pending further talks
Easyjet pilots suspend strike action while new proposals on tackling fatigue are considered.
Co-op Group says it 'planned' for a 50% profits drop
Profits at the Co-op Group more than halve to £17m in the first six months of the year, hit by the group's three-year plan to rebuild the business.
Iceland supermarket's battle with country over name
British supermarket Iceland could face a legal battle to save its name after the Icelandic government confirms it is considering launching a lawsuit.
Ex-Hanjin Shipping chairwoman investigated over insider trading
The former chairwoman of bankrupt Hanjin Shipping is under investigation for alleged insider trading.
China’s Wanda extends Hollywood footprint with Sony alliance
China’s Dalian Wanda Group extends its footprint in Hollywood after striking a deal with Sony Pictures.
Asia Uber rival Grab in deal with start-up nuTonomy
Southeast Asian ride-hailing company Grab forms link with start-up nuTonomy, which last month launched a driverless taxi trial in Singapore.
Shipping giant Maersk to split up and focus on North Sea
Maersk, the Copenhagen-based shipping giant, is to be split up with its energy interests directed more towards the North Sea.
Lloyd's of London considers setting up EU subsidiary
Insurance market Lloyd's of London says it is working on "contingency plans" to ensure it can trade across Europe post-Brexit, including setting up an EU subsidiary.
Small businesses in negative mood for first time in four years
More small and medium-sized businesses are pessimistic about the future than positive for the first time in four years, according to an industry body.
Supercar maker McLaren denies Apple investment report
Formula One team owner McLaren has dampened down a report that Apple has made a buyout or investment approach.
Shares of troubled shipping firm Hanjin jump 28%
Shares of troubled shipping firm Hanjin soar after a loan approval from its biggest shareholder Korean Air Lines.
Mobile phone roaming charge abolition plan rewritten
Proposed time limits on cost-free roaming for travellers with mobile devices have been scrapped under new European Commission plans.
China's economic down is my biggest fear, says Rogoff
Ken Rogoff, former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, says the world's second largest economy is slowing much faster than official figures suggest.
South Africa's second-hand toy rental market
The Smart Toy Club collects, sterilises and rents old toys to new customers.
Is the party over for free wifi in cafes?
Many small cafes are rethinking free wifi in a bid to keep afloat - is the party about to be over for free wifi?
CEO Secrets: Levi Roots shares his tips for success
Levi Roots, the food entrepreneur famous for his sauce, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given when he started out.
South African shops salvaging 'expired' goods
The Cape Town supermarket owner selling food past its "sell-by" date.
What if Yahoo hackers have my details?
The BBC's technology reporter Chris Foxx explains how you can stay safe following the Yahoo hack.
A profile of virtual reality firm boss Samantha Kingston, who has enjoyed a meteoric rise after falling into the video games industry by accident.
Mapping out where the UK's leading tech clusters are based and what each one specialises in.
Hinkley Point C
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?
Stranded at sea
Some 60 of Hanjin Shipping's cargo vessels are stranded at sea, after the company filed for bankruptcy - with crew and cargo stuck on board. Here's the story of one of them.
Japanese carmaker Nissan is one of only eight sponsors of the Uefa Champions League. What does the firm hope to achieve from its association with Europe's top football competition?
The acquisition by the US media conglomerate Liberty Media of the Formula 1 racing business heralds a new era for the motor sport.
Up in arms
Three of South Korea's biggest conglomerates, or chaebols, are having difficulties at the moment: Samsung, Lotte and Hanjin Shipping. Is there a connection?
Sports Direct's attempt at corporate theatre saw a huge wad of £50 notes take centre stage as owner Mike Ashley sought - without success - to soothe investors.
Under-fire Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell has faced controversy throughout a long and varied career.
Bets are off
Why bookies won’t be taking many bets on the Rio Paralympic Games.
'Here is the truth'
Apple chief executive Tim Cook says the European Commission is "picking on" Ireland and that "no one did anything wrong", but is he right?
Stranded at sea
With South Korea's biggest shipping company filing for bankruptcy protection, the vessels, sailors and cargo of Hanjin are stuck in limbo looking at weeks or months stranded at sea.
Summer football transfer spending by Premier League clubs in England has risen for the sixth year in a row, as teams splash out more than £1bn.
A woman's workplace
After a year of asking CEOs to reveal their advice for success, BBC News looks at the role of gender in business mentoring.
Empty rails and closing signs as a stalwart of the British High Street says its final farewell.
Love to chat
As chat apps achieve colossal valuations and more keep coming onto the market, are we reaching chat saturation point?
Life after BHS
As the last BHS stores close this weekend, bringing to an end nearly 90 years of retail history, Emma Simpson looks at what the closures will mean for our High Streets.
Coffee for votes
A look at the growing number of businesses who are trying to make a positive difference to society by speaking out on societal or political issues, and their reasons for doing so.
In the rough
The sporting goods giants of Nike and Adidas are both looking to sell their golf club businesses. The BBC looks at what some of the reasons may be.
How the chief executive of UPS went from low level, part-time worker to chief executive of the world's largest parcel delivery service.
On the line
Many observers see the Southern rail dispute as being about more than just carriage doors, but about the whole future shape of the railway industry, writes Robert Plummer.
A survey shows executive pay has reached 144 times the average salary - should we really care?
The results of European bank "stress tests" have been announced, with the aim of establishing how well the banks could cope with a new financial shock.
The interconnectivity of people on social media means it is a perfect hunting ground for cybercriminals looking to do harm.