Newly-revealed minutes from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee show its members were split on a potential interest rate rise.
Bank of America has agreed to a record $17bn (£10.2bn) settlement over its sale of mortgage-backed securities in the lead up to the 2008 financial crisis.
Russia's food safety watchdog has suspended operations at four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow over alleged sanitary law breaches.
The rise of self-employed workers risks a 'pension ticking time bomb' for blue collar workers, a union has warned.
Carillion says it is no longer pursuing a merger with Balfour Beatty after the construction firm rejected a third offer.
Two Belgian nuclear reactors may have to be shut down permanently after cracks were found in their core tanks.
Carlsberg has issued a profit warning after sanctions against Moscow hit its vast Russian lager market.
UK-based Standard Chartered bank is to pay $300m (£180m) to US regulators over its failure to improve anti-money laundering provisions and stop financial crime.
Twitter has said it will remove images and videos of dead people at the request of immediate family members.
Argentina has unveiled new legislation aimed at skirting a US ruling, after it defaulted on payments to large hedge funds.