How ‘pay by app’ could transform the way we buy stuff
More than a million workers are celebrating a pay rise as a result of the National Living Wage, but 1 April sees a raft of price rises too.
The US state is set to be the first to raise its minimum wage $15 per hour after a proposal passed both houses of the state legislature.
So far the arguments about the EU referendum have tended to concentrate on issues like the economy or migration, but what about football?
The BBC’s economics editor Kamal Ahmed asks why UK steel has suffered more than its competitors across Europe.
McDonald’s is to open 1,250 new restaurants in China as part of Asian expansion plans as it focuses on high-growth markets to boost sales.
Why do 27 British pubs close every week?
Online domestic appliance retailer AO World sees its shares jump after it says its business has “performed strongly”.
David Cameron is hosting crisis talks on the UK steel industry amid growing pressure to safeguard the future of the Port Talbot steelworks and its 5,500 staff.