Apple is accused of being "among America's largest tax avoiders" by a Senate committee, who says the company avoided paying billions of dollars in US taxes.
Yahoo says its $1.1bn (£723m) purchase of blogging platform Tumblr will boost its revenue as soon as 2014.
High inflation has cost the UK economy £10bn over the last three years, says an influential report, and has now become a "permanent fixture".
The FTSE 100 reaches its highest since September 2000, with analysts saying that the index may climb further.
China cannot be a "free rider" when it comes to global trade, the EU's trade commissioner, Karel De Gucht, warns.
US drugs maker Actavis, itself the subject of bid speculation, agrees to buy Dublin-based rival Warner Chilcott for $8.5bn (£5.6bn) including debt.
David Cameron has called on British overseas territories to "get their house in order" and sign up to international treaties on tax.
Discount airline Ryanair reports record full-year profits and rising revenues despite soaring fuel costs, but hits out at "bizarre" EU takeover decision.
Transport company FirstGroup has announced a £615m rights issue in a bid reduce its debt after its full year profit dropped by over a third.
People who receive tax credits are being warned about scam emails being sent out by fraudsters in an attempt to gather card details and passwords.
A number of prominent business leaders accuse those calling for Britain to leave the European Union of "putting politics before economics".
JP Morgan chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon is facing a shareholder revolt as investors prepare to vote on whether he should be allowed to keep both jobs.
New European scheduled flights to Amsterdam, Paris, Milan and Geneva are announced by Cambridge Airport.
The outgoing Bank of England governor warns a government plan to boost the housing market with part-mortgage guarantees has no long-term place.
More jobs will become available for graduates this year, research firm Income Data Services (IDS) has forecast, but pay is likely to be frozen.
Some people are "put off" making important calls because of confusion over the amount they will be charged, according to the telecoms regulator.
The latest UK government paper on the impact of Scottish independence will claim the UK is better placed to manage the risk of a financial crisis.
Some Marks and Spencer customers say its contactless payment terminals have taken cash from cards other than the ones intended for payment.
Four million public sector employees will see a dramatic reduction in the overall value of their pension schemes, a new report claims.
UK households are receiving too many nuisance calls, according to the telecoms regulator, Ofcom.
Tens of thousands of protesters, led by trade unionists, rally in the Italian capital Rome against the policies of the new coalition government.
Turkish bond yields have hit new lows as investors greeted Moody's increase in the country's credit rating to investment grade.
Spain records its first monthly trade surplus in more than 40 years as demand for imports dries up.
Karen Weintraub explores the growth in the number of US small firms who wish to profit from making a positive difference in the developing world.
Magic Seasonings, the spice company run by famous US chief Paul Prudhomme, tells the BBC's Kim Gittleson about its export success.
In the UAE, 85% of residents are not actually from the country and many locals have public-sector jobs, so most private firms are set up by expats.
The Jockey Club hits its £15m Racecourse Bond target and extends the application window until 28 May.
India batsman Rahul Dravid is shocked after three of his Rajasthan Royals IPL stars are arrested over spot-fixing claims.
Japanese car manufacturer Honda will return to Formula 1 in 2015 as engine suppliers to the McLaren team.
Singapore is becoming an attractive destination for Europe's luxury fashion brands - designer Carolina Herrera is hoping to cash in on its interest in high fashion.