The G8 has just published its statement on tax avoidance and transparency and it is not yet clear what impact he deal will actually have.
The boss of The Co-operative Group, Euan Sutherland, has spoken to ITV News about the group's rescue deal for its bank.
A rescue plan for the Co-operative's troubled banking arm has been unveiled in a bid to plug a £1.5 billion hole in its balance sheet.
In a strongly worded report the Public Accounts Committee criticises Google for the way the internet company legally reduces its tax bill.
RBS chief executive Stephen Hester has announced he is to leave the taxpayer owned bank. But was he forced out or did he jump.
Documents displayed by accident in Downing Street suggest Canadians could be interested in buying up parts of taxpayer owned bank RBS.
Thames Water's Simon Evans told ITV News the company has a "clear conscience" despite paying no corporation tax for the last three years.
Every British taxpayer could become a share owner if the Chancellor is tempted by the latest idea to get banks off the state's hands.
The government's Help to Buy scheme is beginning to show some results, but there are fears demand may outstrip supply.
The idea of splitting up RBS into a "good bank" and "bad bank" is outdated, unhelpful and a distraction, the CBI boss has told ITV News.