First-time buyers would be exempt from stamp duty when buying homes for less than £300,000 under a Labour government, a move the Tories say is "panicky and unfunded".
Leading English rugby union club Wasps, which plays at Coventry's Ricoh Stadium, is launching a seven-year bond as it aims to raise £25m to £35m.
EE, the UK's biggest mobile operator, saw its operating revenue fall 1.1% to £1.469m in the first quarter.
A letter signed by the owners of 5,000 small firms calls for the Conservatives to be "given the chance to finish what they started", as Labour accuses the Tories of "letting down" business.
HSBC continues to lift the FTSE 100 index in early Monday trading after saying last week that it might shift its HQ abroad.
Deutsche Bank reports a sharp fall in profits after setting aside €1.5bn to cover legal costs, days after being fined €2.3bn for rate rigging.
Asian markets start the week higher, boosted by Wall Street's strong performance on Friday and a bounce in iron ore prices.
Profit warnings from UK-listed companies rose in the first three months of the year despite the improved economic outlook, a report says.
Ferdinand Piech, the chairman of VW, Europe's biggest carmaker, resigns after a power struggle with his chief executive.
Ghana is told by an international tribunal not to begin any new offshore drilling for oil in disputed waters with the Ivory Coast.
Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik is Britain's richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, but the Queen has dropped out of the top 300 for the first time, according to the Sunday Times.
Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselboem warns that "big, big problems" need to be solved before any Greece debt deal can be agreed.
Critics say Tidal is a flop but Jay Z defends his music streaming service on Twitter, saying it's "here for the long haul".
Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 46,000 motorcycles in the US because the bikes could stay in gear due to clutches that won't fully disengage.
Meet the two brothers who have set up a global concierge business, a company which books or buys things on behalf of rich customers.
The 'super-jumbo' Airbus A380 celebrates its 10th anniversary
David Sun Tak Kei, a director at Hong Kong's Audit Commission explains why China's proposed governance reforms have sparked protests.
The UK's biggest conference pear orchard has been planted at a farm in Kent, using techniques already used abroad in a bid to help British producers compete with their foreign rivals.
Unemployment has hit a seven-year low, but more than a third of the new jobs created last year went to workers from abroad.
Up to four million homeowners could struggle to move house as a direct result of the new rules on mortgage applications which came in last year.
The wave of xenophobic attacks in South Africa has damaged the image of the country as an investment destination.
One of India's most influential publishers tells the BBC that it's 'very hard' to make money in the Indian book industry.
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American Airlines chief executive Doug Parker joins a select group of company bosses opting to be paid entirely in stock.
Rent increases would be capped at inflation under Labour plans to stop tenants being "ripped off", Ed Miliband says.