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Budget airline Monarch says its flights are operating as normal following 'negative speculation' about its financial health.
The number of people taking out mortgages fell to its lowest level for 19 months in August, according to Britain's High Street banks
Aldi reports record sales for 2015 in the UK and Ireland and says it will invest £300m in store revamps, but profits have been hit by the supermarket price war.
Staff at a firm used by the government to cut tax credit payments are receiving calls from "suicidal" clients, which they are not trained to deal with, the BBC learns.
The Opec oil producers group will make another attempt this week to reverse a more than two-year slump in crude prices, says Algeria's energy minister.
London's stock market falls more than 1% in a widespread sell-off, while the pound flirts with its lowest level against the euro since the Brexit vote.
The German economy is expecting a "golden autumn", says the head of the Ifo Institute, as its closely-watched business survey shows confidence jumping.
One in three people check their phone in the middle of the night and admit their overuse is causing rows with partners, according to a report by Deloitte.
Britain needs an interventionist government working with the private sector, says shadow chancellor John McDonnell ahead of his Labour conference speech.
Samsung says it will delay restarting the sale of its Galaxy Note 7 phone in South Korea, to allow more time to recall the device over faulty batteries.
China's Dalian Wanda steps up competition with Walt Disney's Shanghai resort, opening its second theme park in the country.
Some financial services firms are less optimistic about their prospects in the wake of the Brexit vote, despite enjoying high profits in recent months, says the CBI.
The collapsed retailer BHS is re-launching as an online shop, selling some of the most popular items previously available on its website.
Ken Rogoff, former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, says the world's second largest economy is slowing much faster than official figures suggest.
Many small cafes are rethinking free wi-fi in a bid to keep afloat - is the party about to be over for free wi-fi?
Levi Roots, the food entrepreneur famous for his sauce, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given when he started out.
The Smart Toy Club collects, sterilises and rents old toys to new customers.
India launches satellites for a fraction of the amount other countries spend - and it is using those missions to try and recoup some of the cost of its space programme.
The Cape Town supermarket owner selling food past its "sell-by" date.
The BBC's technology reporter Chris Foxx explains how you can stay safe following the Yahoo hack.
The impending sugar tax in South Africa is causing concern in the soft drinks industry.
Cabin crew on an Indian passenger aircraft have used a fire extinguisher to tackle a smoking Samsung handset.
British supermarket Iceland could face a legal battle to save its name after the Icelandic government confirms it is considering launching a lawsuit.
Fifa secretary general Fatma Samoura says more must be done to make all elements of the football industry more open to women and minorities.
Monday's successful launch of eight satellites into space proves India's commercial space programme is booming, writes Yogita Limaye.
A profile of technology boss Matthew Prince, whose company Cloudflare protects four million websites, including those of banks, the Eurovision Song Contest, and many in the adult entertainment industry.
The BBC's James Badcock examines how activists doggedly pursued their country's former economy minister and IMF chief, Rodrigo Rato, over corruption claims.
Many stay-at-home parents have no proper pension provision - so what can they do to maximise their retirement savings?
Anyone over thirty-five might look at you blankly if you mention vintage kilo sales, but they are increasingly popular with teenagers and students looking for cheap, fashionable clothing.
Up to a billion people in Africa derive their main income from farming, but many get embroiled in disputes over whether they really own their land. Can tech help?
Bosnia's biggest foreign investment by a Dubai-based property developer is causing some unease amongst locals. But the country needs all the help it can get.
As Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt prepare to untie the knot, they will become clients of a very lucrative industry providing divorces for the super-rich.
A marketing hoax of a "fired employee" going berserk with a company's Twitter account goes viral - but how effective is it when advertising plays with people's trust?
A look at the tech firms helping to save and protect the honey bee, as numbers of the vital pollinators continue to fall sharply around the world.
GSK has announced Emma Walmsley will be its next chief executive, taking the total of women running FTSE one hundred companies to seven. So who are the other six?
As London's autumn fashion week wraps up, what has it told us about the way the fashion industry is changing?
Early diagnosis of disease is literally a matter of life and death, so the race is on to produce cheaper, faster, lighter kits to help doctors and nurses in the field.
A profile of virtual reality firm boss Samantha Kingston, who has enjoyed a meteoric rise after falling into the video games industry by accident.
Some US cattle farmers are finding that smaller herds of naturally raised cows are more profitable.
Australia's biggest banks have been among the world's most profitable, but face allegations of rate-rigging and anti-competitive behaviour. Are their golden years over?
Older people are increasingly saving their loved ones from the cost of a funeral by paying in advance - but many families are unaware because they are scared to talk about death.
Katy Watson and Sarah Treanor visit insect farms in California and Mexico - but is bug eating, or entomophagy, really going to catch on?
Solar power is expanding fast in Africa, and innovative products and payment schemes are ensuring the poor and rural communities don't miss out.
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?
Whether you're a tourist or an executive, it isn't always easy travelling alone, especially if you're a woman. A growing number of businesses are aiming to make the experience easier.
Some 60 of Hanjin Shipping's cargo vessels are stranded at sea, after the company filed for bankruptcy - with crew and cargo stuck on board. Here's the story of one of them.
With more of us in developed countries living longer but retiring earlier, there is a growing pensions "time bomb". So could the answer be never retiring in the first place?
BBC World Service economics correspondent Andrew Walker breaks down the world of bonds.
South Africa's tourism industry is using technology to expand the sector beyond traditional areas and appeal to modern independent travellers.
Japanese carmaker Nissan is one of only eight sponsors of the Uefa Champions League. What does the firm hope to achieve from its association with Europe's top football competition?
Businesses and communities want certainty about where the second phase of the HS2 rail route will go, but politics rarely provides certainty.
How cartoonist Mauricio de Sousa was able to get past initial rejection and go on to become Brazil's answer to Walt Disney.
Indonesian seaweed farmers have launched a class action lawsuit demanding compensation for the effects of Australia's worst oil spill.
How did a humble man from the Spanish coast briefly overtake Bill Gates as the world's richest man? By giving us what we want, when we want it.