Government forecasts for what it expects to recoup from closing tax loopholes are vulnerable to "great uncertainty", MPs say.
The US economy added 175,000 jobs in February, figures show, but the unemployment rate rose to 6.7%.
A deal on sharing control of the pound between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK is "unlikely", analysts at the global bank Citigroup say.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has given 11 directors £18.25m as part of a package of shares, with chief executive Ross McEwan getting shares worth £3m under the plan.
US aerospace company Boeing says it is checking 787 Dreamliner planes under production for potential "hairline cracks" in wings.
Birmingham City owner Carson Yeung is jailed for six years by a Hong Kong court for money laundering.
Chaori Solar becomes the first Chinese firm to default on its onshore corporate bonds, say media reports quoting the firm, after failing to make an interest payment.
Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp - one of the biggest ever tech acquisitions - runs into trouble over privacy concerns.
The world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung, launches a free music streaming service called Milk Music.
Japan's government says Bitcoin is not a currency but that some transactions using the virtual unit should be taxed.
The cross-party decision to rule out a monetary union if Scotland became independent is final, the chief secretary to the Treasury says.
Aga Rangemaster profits cooled last year, but improvements in the housing market had a positive effect on the business.
US current affairs magazine Newsweek relaunches its print edition just months after being bought over by digital news company IBT Media.
The FTSE 100 sees a small jump after US jobs figures come in ahead of expectations.
Online fashion retailer Boohoo.com says it will be valued at £560m when it floats its shares on the Alternative Investment Market next week.
Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, UBS and Depfa bank have been acquitted of mis-selling derivatives to the city of Milan.
US aerospace company Boeing freezes defined-benefit pensions for 68,000 employees, including management and executives.
US supermarket firm Safeway agrees to be bought by an investment group led by Cerberus Capital Management, the owner of Albertsons and other supermarket chains.
A financial trader walks from Rome to Paris in a quest for "divine justice".
Singapore is the world's most expensive city to live in, a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit suggests.
The Bank of England keeps the benchmark UK interest rate at 0.5%, five years after it first cut the rate to its current record low.
House price rises are continuing to accelerate across the UK, according to the latest snapshot from the Halifax mortgage lender.
Crowdfunding start-up entrepreneurs are angered by new regulations that they say will take the crowd out of crowdfunding.
Claims by Newsweek to have found the man who invented the Bitcoin virtual cash system have drawn criticism and scepticism.
UK car sales in February were up 3% from a year earlier, helped by rising consumer confidence, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says.
South Africa's power emergency ends on Thursday night, says state power company Eskom, after a day of rolling blackouts.
BBC News hears from the directors, DJs and audience at BPM Festival in Mexico.
Phil Libin, the boss of US tech firm Evernote, is a rare breed of chief executive - one who is happy to admit his failings.
You socialise together, you confide in each other, you trust each other - you're best friends. But could you ever run a business together?
Championship side QPR announce a loss of over £65m in their accounts to May 2013 and an overall debt of £177.1m