As the government pushes for a cap on EU migrants, one businessman has called it 'nonsense'. So what happens if reform is not possible?Read the full story ›
Ineos chairman Jim Ratcliffe - a billionaire with big ambitions - is taking a £640 million bet that shale gas will be every bit as big in Britain as it has been in the US.
He told us Ineos were bidding for a large number of licences in Scotland and the North of England but he didn't say specifically where or how many.
It's possible that he will end up with no licences to frack - but he doesn't think that's likely.
But he is frustrated by the planning process in the UK which he thinks has been far too slow, although environmentalists argue otherwise.
Jim Radcliffe has given people this promise: "It is safe, I can prove it."
Virgin's complaint is that there are too few Premier League matches for which live rights are made available, which raises the price.Read the full story ›
Regulators in the UK and US have fined banks more than £2 billion over the foreign exchange (Forex) rigging scandal.Read the full story ›
Is this the end of the payday lenders? Probably not or at least not if the Financial Conduct Authority has got its modelling right.Read the full story ›
You can forgive Marc Bolland for punching the air. He promised to revive the business and things spell "progress" albeit in a smallish font.Read the full story ›
One hundred years after the First World War began, British taxpayers are still servicing the loans taken out to finance the conflict.Read the full story ›
Today's trip to Berlin should be a moment to savour for the Chancellor, but it is the £1.7 billion EU bill that is on everyone's minds.Read the full story ›
When Lloyds TSB takeover of HBOS was announced back in 2008 the unions spoke of fears that up to 40,000 staff could lose their jobs.Read the full story ›