An open letter to the people of Scotland from 130 business leaders has urged them to ensure the country can "keep flourishing" within the UK.
The City regulator has imposed a £14.5m fine on Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest for "serious failings" in mortgage advice.
Ryanair's efforts to improve relations with customers through a more friendly approach has now been extended to the business traveller.
Grocery price inflation has fallen to its lowest level since 2006, signalling more pressure on profits at the biggest supermarket chains.
Christine Lagarde has pledged to remain in post at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as she is placed under formal investigation in her native France.
Foxtons is to pay out £12.8m in dividends to its shareholders after reporting a strong first half.
Five of the UK's top tax fugitives have been brought back to the UK to face justice following a global HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) initiative, the organisation has said.
A £1bn shortfall in funding for places is forcing many schools to borrow money as well as cut back on repairs and building projects, according to a new poll.
Burger King's decision to move its tax base from the US to Canada has resulted in boycott threats from angry US customers.
China's extraordinary e-commerce boom has hit new heights, with Alibaba shoppers now able to claim massive discounts on new homes to help boost sales.