Media billionaire David Barclay dies, aged 86
Together with his twin brother, Sir David built a business empire spanning hotels, retail and newspapers.
Tesla moves a step closer to launching in India
The electric car maker has registered a company in the country although its future plans remain unclear.
Coon Cheese rebrands in Australia after anti-racism campaign
The 86-year-old name will disappear in Australia from July, after a campaign by Aboriginal groups.
Huawei patent mentions use of Uighur-spotting tech
The company denies selling technology that can identify the ethnic group and plans to reword the patent.
CEO Secrets: 'I couldn't build a company on my own'
The co-founders of German nutritional drink start-up YFood explain why they rely on each other.
Brexit: Supermarkets says 'urgent intervention' needed over NI food supplies
The UK's major supermarkets say government action is needed to prevent further disruption.
UK tightens rules on using Uighur-picked cotton
Government says UK exports will also be monitored to ensure goods are not used in Uighur camps.
John Lewis suspends click and collect due to virus safety
The department store owner said it was tightening measures after a "change in tone" from the government.
Tesco, Asda and Waitrose ban shoppers without face masks
It follows similar moves by Morrisons and Sainsbury's, but those with medical reasons will be exempt.
Casino mogul and political donor Sheldon Adelson dead at 87
Mr Adelson was known for his support of Republicans and the state of Israel.
Royal Dutch Shell to cut more than 300 North Sea jobs
The oil giant says 330 posts will go, leaving a workforce in Aberdeen of about 1,000 people.
Families 'struggling to pay for funerals'
A report suggests there is a widening gap in the cost of funerals in different parts of the UK.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill rescue deal to save 2,500 jobs
Investors agree to save the chain, along with Ponden Home and Bonmarché, which could save 2,500 jobs.
Royal Mail names areas hit by Covid postal delays
Deliveries may be delayed in 28 areas due to "resourcing issues", the postal group says.
Warhammer sales surge for Games Workshop despite shop closures
Sales of Games Workshop's fantasy game have jumped as people spend more on hobbies in lockdown.
Firms scrap political donations over Capitol riots
Many companies say they won't donate to Senators who refused to certify President-elect Biden's win.
Private equity firm eyes stake in All Blacks
New Zealand's national treasure has burned through nearly half of its cash reserves due to lockdowns.
Samsung bets on bespoke fridges to lure millennials
The South Korean electronics firm says it is focusing on personalised devices for younger customers.
CEO Secrets: 'Try bartering to kickstart your business'
The boss of an advertising screens company says he used barter to get a prime London office location.
UK leading the way in use of language-learning apps
As the pandemic has given us time to fill, more of us are learning a new language.
Top business news
U.S. executes Lisa Montgomery, first woman put to death in federal system since 1953
Montgomery was convicted of strangling a Missouri woman in 2004 and taking her unborn baby. Her lawyers argue that she had severe mental illness.
- Security tightens at Capitol as officials receive intel on 'chilling' threat of violence at inauguration