The chief executive of Renault Nissan says manufacturers in Russia are facing a "bloodbath" because of the plunge in the value of the rouble.
Apple has said it is "deeply offended" by a BBC investigation into conditions for workers involved in manufacturing its devices.
Troubled smartphone maker Blackberry reports a larger than expected drop in revenue, as it struggles to convince consumers to buy its phones.
Power generation firms are to receive close to £1bn to ensure their plants stay open and prevent the lights going out in the coming years.
The company that makes Hellmann's mayonnaise, Unilever, is dropping its planned court case against an American company that makes an eggless variety.
A bank fine of £1.1bn for manipulating currency markets has helped government borrowing figures in November, official figures show.
A leading figure in the UK's oil industry, Sir Ian Wood, tells the BBC warnings the industry is close to collapse are overstating the problem.
London's benchmark index closes 1.2% higher on Friday, building on Thursday's sharp rise.
Payday lender Wonga will refund the fees and interest charged to a customer whose outstanding loan has already been written off.
Belarus's central bank moves to protect its currency by imposing a new tax, as it feels the knock-on effects of the fall in the Russian rouble.
Nigeria's central bank brings in further measures to support its currency, the naira, which fell to record lows this week.
Anti-trade deal protesters vent their anger in Brussels but EU leaders have already gone home.
Hong Kong property tycoon Thomas Kwok and a former government official have been found guilty in the city's biggest-ever corruption case.
The world's largest canned tuna producer Thai Union Frozen Products is buying US rival Bumble Bee Foods for $1.5bn (£96m).
China revises up the size of its economy in 2013 by 3.4%, which works out to about the size of Malaysia's economic output.
Special coins issued by Zimbabwe's central bank go into circulation in the run-up to Christmas, to help shoppers who usually get change in sweets.
Lord Sugar's adviser on The Apprentice Nick Hewer announces he is to leave the BBC One show after a decade.
Substantial numbers of disabled people are missing out on government support to help them into work, a group of MPs say.
About 6% of domestic energy customers were in debt to their supplier in 2013, figures show, but energy firms still owe money to customers too.
UK retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in more than 10 years in November, thanks to the effects of Black Friday.
President Vladimir Putin seeks to ease fears over Russia's economy, insisting that the dramatic fall in the rouble will stabilise.
US Federal Reserve says it will be "patient" in deciding when to raise interest rates, with most analysts expecting a rise in mid-2015.
Recent falls in the price of oil are likely to be temporary, says the oil minister for Saudi Arabia, Opec's biggest producing nation.
How Paul Lindley, the boss of Ella's Kitchen, built up the UK's largest baby food business.
Malawian business tycoon Mike Mlombwa tells the BBC how to deal with red tape and stay on the right side of the law when doing business.
A growing number of small firms are boosting sales thanks to securing celebrity endorsements, but doing a deal with a famous figure doesn't necessarily guarantee success.
Hereford United is wound up by the High Court over money owed to HM Revenue and Customs.
The SPFL is to withhold £250,000 due to Rangers for broadcast fees to cover a fine relating to employee benefit trusts.
Fifa dismisses a complaint from its own World Cup corruption investigator Michael Garcia as well as two whistleblowers.
Speaking from his shop and studio in Paris, Indian fashion designer Manish Arora talks about his success.