Wholesale gas prices jump after British Gas owner Centrica says it has been forced to shut a major gas storage facility for the winter.
Food, clothing and electrical items are likely to rise in price as a result of Brexit – but bills may not go up until next year
A weakened pound means pressure on the prices of imported goods in the shops
In all the fuss over the EU referendum and new prime minister, it has been easy to forget that the UK’s economic policy has changed radically.
Downsizing your home to give yourself an income in retirement is unrealistic, according to the former pensions minister, Steve Webb.
Holiday booking company Lowcost Travelgroup has appointed administrators, affecting 27,000 holiday makers in resorts and 110,000 with bookings.
Dietary supplement firm Herbalife has reached a deal with the US Federal Trade Commission to avoid being labelled a pyramid scheme.
He’s China’s richest man, a self-made billionaire, and Odeon’s new owner. Who is Wang Jianlin and what drives him?
Admirers call him Chairman Wang. Almost half a century ago, as a teenage army cadet, he earned his stripes on a People’s Liberation Army (PLA) base near China’s frigid border with Russia.
Today, at 61, Wang Jianlin is one of the wealthiest and most influential entrepreneurs on earth – a globe-trotting tycoon who circles the world in a Gulfstream jet and rubs shoulders with an all-star cast of political and cultural figures, from the Chinese and US presidents, Xi Jinping and Barack Obama, to Nicole Kidman and Leonardo DiCaprio.
He’s got this huge empire and yet he’s approving just about everything. He’s very much the man in charge
BBC business editor Simon Jack explains whether and where the UK’s vote to leave the European Union has hit the economy.