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BHS deal 'didn't pass sniff test', says Goldman Sachs executive
The sale of BHS to Dominic Chappell's Retail Acquisitions last March did not pass the Goldman Sachs "sniff test", the bank's vice chairman has told MPs.
Vodafone could move London HQ outside UK post-Brexit
Vodafone says it may consider moving its London headquarters out of the UK, depending on the outcome of Britain's negotiations to leave the EU.
Dixons Carphone profits jump by 17%
Dixons Carphone says it expects to find "opportunities for additional growth" in the wake of Brexit as the company reports a 17% jump in annual profits.
World-Check terrorism database exposed online
Names of individuals and organisations listed in the Thomson Reuters World-Check Risk Screening database are leaked.
BHS buyer Dominic Chappell was 'down on his uppers'
A businessmen who introduced Dominic Chappell to Sir Philip Green says he "never thought in a million years" that he would end up running BHS.
VW owners in US to get up to $10,000 in emissions deal
Volkswagen car drivers in the US affected by its emissions scandal are to get up to $10,000 in compensation after the firm agrees a deal with regulators.
Aldi adverts claiming savings were misleading, ASA rules
Three Aldi adverts claiming customers could make significant savings were misleading, the Advertising Standards Authority rules.
DreamWorks chief sued over Comcast sale
The chief executive of DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg, faces a lawsuit from minority investors over the sale to Comcast.
Toyota recalls 1.4 million cars over faulty airbags
Japanese carmaker Toyota says it will recall 1.4 million Prius and Lexus vehicles worldwide over faulty airbags.
Weak pound 'could raise supermarket prices'
Prices in supermarkets could rise if the pound continues to weaken, retail analysts say.
Ikea recalls Malm drawers in North America after child deaths
Ikea is to recall 29 million Malm chests of drawers in North America after the deaths of three children in the US.
EU referendum: German carmakers warn on free movement
German carmakers say that if the UK wants access to the single market, then it will have to accept the free movement of EU citizens.
Acme Whistles CEO: Brexit vote is an 'own goal'
Simon Topman of Acme Whistles is concerned about higher tariffs and a changing European attitude towards the UK.
Dixons Carphone boss says UK 'must stay in single market'
Dixons Carphone boss Seb James explains how the retailer is responding to the Brexit vote
Inside a robot-run warehouse
How a robot-operated warehouse can help a company make deliveries in hours or minutes
Living the theatre of dreams in Sydney
Australian actor Eamon Flack has landed his dream job as artistic director of Sydney's Belvoir theatre company.
Falling pound fears on the High Street
The pound has fallen sharply following the UK's decision to leave the European Union - how might this affect prices on the High Street?
Five immediate effects from Brexit
BBC News looks at some of the immediate practical effects that follow from the EU referendum vote in the UK.
As businesses grapple with how to respond to Brexit, Germany's capital is keen to open new doors to Britain's tech-savvy talent pool.
Following the Brexit vote, overseas holidays have become more expensive for Britons as the pound has fallen - so will more of us be holidaying in the UK this summer?
UK companies and business organisations say action to shore up stability and confidence is needed following the EU referendum result.
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.
A look at the growing number of bars and restaurants which actively try to hide their location, and how they are able to attract customers while managing to stay under the mainstream radar.
'With all due respect'
Former BHS owner Sir Philip Green gives a consummate performance as he is grilled by MPs who are investigating the demise of the retailer.
British Home Truths
How has Sir Philip Green, once dubbed the 'King of the High Street', ended up being hauled in front of MPs to be questioned on his stewardship of BHS.
Arise Sir Philip
Former BHS owner Sir Philip Green goes before MPs on Wednesday to answer questions about the chain's sale and collapse, here are the five questions he should answer.
Computers for comrades
How Polish entrepreneur Tomasz Czechowicz helped bring capitalism back to Poland as communism collapsed in Eastern Europe in 1989.
What's in a name?
Since the growth of the militant group known by some as Isis, has the name become too toxic for businesses to use?
Tata pension plans
The government wants to reduce pensions payable to steelworkers, to make Tata Steel UK more attractive to a buyer - but how much will they lose?
Race for BHS
The fate of ailing department store BHS is likely to be decided later on Thursday, with an announcement expected from administrators Duff & Phelps.
Threatened at gunpoint
From having to deal with armed kidnappings to hyper-inflation, recession and import bans, three small firms in Venezuela discuss the problems they face.
The M&S story
Sandra Halliday, fashion expert and founder of the blog trendwalk.net, looks at how Marks & Spencer has fitted in with consumer trends over the years.
One step at a time
How Jodie and Michael Fox were able to build a fast-growing global shoe company, despite the breakdown of their marriage three years into the business.
Tata Steel bidders
Tata in India is expected to decide this week which bidders will go forward in the sale process for its UK steel operations.
Go-Jek is an app-based motorbike taxi and delivery service in Indonesia that's giving Uber and others a run for their money.
As cloud-based marketplaces for freelancers give firms easy access to skilled workers project-by-project, is the "gig economy" the future of work?
Good neighbour, bad neighbour
Broken promises about Heathrow expansion have made communities around the airport wary of the latest claims about limiting growth and disturbance.