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Keith Hellawell is to retire as chairman of Sports Direct after the retailer's annual general meeting.
Quick Quid owner CashEuroNet UK has been ranked the most complained-about banking and credit business.
The energy company's profits will be lower than expected because of hot weather and high gas prices.
Some investors who took a punt on the wreck of Lehman Brothers' UK operations made handsome returns.
More than 250 free-to-use cash machines are closing every month as operators shut unprofitable ones.
The Bank of England governor says history shows that another financial crisis could occur.
Which is the best university name in the world to put on a job application?
China, the US and the UK are all vying to dominate the market for next-generation mobile networks.
A decade on from the 2008 global financial crisis, families are still feeling the effects.
More and more packaging is claiming to be "biodegradable" or "compostable", but what does that really mean?
BBC Business editor Simon Jack explores who could have been to blame for the global financial crisis.
The Transport Committee says a bid by Virgin and Stagecoach to run the rail franchise was inadequate.
The Advertising Standards Authority says ads about speed and cuts in bills were "misleading".
A decade on, the way we deal with our personal finances has changed - but not always for good.
Member clubs unanimously agree the £275m sale of a majority share in the Premiership is "not a preferred option".
The chief executive of Britain's biggest carmaker say a "wrong" Brexit would devastate profits and jobs.
The International Monetary Fund says the tiny nation should rethink adopting a digital currency.
Record profits for the sports fashion retailer means it is knocking on the door of the FTSE 100.
Mark Carney extends term as Bank of England governor until the end of January 2020, chancellor says.
A law allowing individuals to ask search engines to take down information about them could be extended.