BBC News - Business
Updated: 16 min 59 sec ago
Skin Inc founder Sabrina Tan says "insanity with a purpose" drove her to launch beauty firm.
The next-generation console will have a new Halo game among its first titles.
Luke Johnson, the bakery chain's former chairman, says he also feared becoming a "pariah" in business.
Chris Hill says he shares clients' "disappointment and frustration" following the suspension of a fund.
Neil Woodford is not the only star investor to hit hard times, but many soon recover.
The US president says everyone is "very excited" as Mexico agrees to do more about irregular migrants.
The move by the Business Committee follows the recent liquidation of the firm, putting 5,000 jobs at risk.
The early May bank holiday in 2020 will move back four days in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Topshop is an iconic brand, but with so much choice today, have we just fallen out of love with it?
James Daunt becomes chief at Barnes & Noble after the US chain is bought by hedge fund Elliott.
The retail tycoon is seeking a less severe rent reduction for his Arcadia Group than previously proposed.
The eurozone's largest economy has its growth forecast cut sharply by the country's central bank.
The dollar falls as the weaker-than-expected data raises expectations of a cut in US interest rates.
The move is the online giant's latest foray into physical shops.
The first minister meets unions at the engine plant, which is set to close with the loss of 1,700 jobs.
A former City Minister says the regulator was not awake to the problems at the stockpicker's fund.
The changes will make overdrafts simpler, fairer and easier to manage, the UK financial regulator says.
Animals have long been used for military purposes, but could marine creatures also act as sensors?
How debit cards have replaced cash as the most popular way to pay in the UK - in graphics.
Carmakers are facing a range of challenges, from slowing demand in China to stricter rules on emissions.