People in their early 30s are "half as wealthy" as those now in their 40s were at the same age, a report finds.
Shares in troubled Deutsche Bank hit new lows in European trading as confidence in the bank continues to falter.
Housebuilders should get on and build more houses, the Nationwide Building Society has declared, as prices continue to rise.
The boss of Nissan warns that Brexit uncertainty and possible tariffs could damage investment in the UK's biggest car factory.
John Lewis boss Andy Street, who calls himself a "proud Brummie", is chosen as the Conservative candidate to run for West Midlands mayor.
London's leading shares fall 1.27% in early Friday trading, with no risers, while banks and miners lead the downward trend.
Thousands of firms are about to see "the largest change in a generation" to the amount they pay in business rates.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox says he wants the UK's trade with the European Union to be "at least as free" after Brexit.
The UK Government and French energy giant EDF sign the key contract for the new £18bn Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.
More than 16m people in the UK have savings of less than £100, a study by the Money Advice Service (MAS) finds.
Germany's second-biggest lender, Commerzbank, plans to cut nearly 10,000 jobs and end dividend payments for the first time in a bid to save cash.
US stocks head lower after Deutsche Bank shares tumble in New York following a report that some funds have withdrawn cash from its investment bank.
Hair follicles created by a process similar to 3D printing could one day be used as implants, beauty giant L'Oreal has said.
The Competition and Markets Authority plans to scrutinise the operation of price comparison websites, which allow consumers to compare products and services.
Nissan Renault boss Carlos Ghosn warns that Sunderland plant would lose competitiveness if Brexit results in 10% tariffs on car exports.
Following the UK's vote for Brexit, Japanese car manufacturer Honda reaffirms its commitment to the UK as a major manufacturing base., but says it wants a "fast decision" on Brexit.
Matthias Mueller, the chief executive of German car giant VW, says the firm made a 'huge mistake' in using technology in its diesel cars to cheat on emissions tests.
Thousands of Indonesian workers have taken to the streets in Jakarta to protest against a government tax amnesty scheme which is meant to plug a big budget deficit.
As one of India's largest insurance firms launches the country's biggest stock market listing in six years, the industry is at a turning point.
Ten years ago Blackberries were the handset of choice for busy global business executives but now the company controls just 0.1% of the global smartphone market, so what went wrong?
Blackberry is to end production of its handsets and will outsource development to partners. The BBC's Chris Foxx takes a look at its bumpy history.
Rhenium, zirconium, thallium - obscure metals trader Anthony Lipmann shows off his wares, but who would want to buy them?
Supermarkets in the UK deliberately overproduce in-store baked bread to keep shelves full as a marketing ploy, food waste charities claim.
Has the UK really sold tea to China, wine to France and boomerangs to Australia?
Businesses in property hotspots are about to see their rates rise, whilst those in areas where property prices have fallen will see their bills go down.
The Russian government has been giving away free land in the Far East of the country. The scheme has been rolling out - but not without its problems.
Business email fraud is on the rise, with fraudsters persuading staff to pay bogus invoices and make wire transfers under false pretences. Can tech foil the fraudsters?
Tourists continue to flock to the UK after the Brexit vote, but could an exit from the EU have long-term ill-effects on tourism?
A look at continuing efforts to reduce the water and energy needed to cool the world's data centres.
China's desire to become a footballing superpower could provide a big business opportunity for British firms and clubs.
With big name brands like Ford, Volvo, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini and Aston Martin staying away from this year's Paris Motor Show, should the organisers be getting worried?
The child of two Holocaust survivors talks about being the keeper of their memories – and projects working with children of survivors of massacres in Rwanda and Bosnia talk about the impact handed down through families.
Adverts claiming to understand the experiences of modern women can be a risky strategy. Here are five very different campaigns that consumers either loved or hated.
What is third-party ownership and why is it banned in football?
How UKTI can help your business grow internationally
UKTI’s High Value Opportunities programme aims to help UK companies of all sizes win business from large overseas projects
The United States is a rich market but navigating its regulations can be expensive and difficult. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will simplify the whole process of exporting, making it cost-effective to do business in the US no matter what the size of your company