German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejects any cancellation of Greece's debt, saying banks and creditors have already made substantial cuts.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to log on today to file a self-assessment tax return and avoid a £100 fine.
Qatar Airways announces a surprise investment in International Airlines Group, the owner of British Airways and Iberia.
Eurozone deflation deepens in January, as prices fall by 0.6% compared with last year, pushed down by lower oil prices.
Nokia has threatened legal action against a UK start-up over the use of the word "HERE".
The economy expanded by 2.6% in the last three months of 2014 - sharply lower than in the third quarter.
Budget airline Easyjet says it is in favour of expanding Heathrow airport in a submission to the Airports Commission
Russia has cut its main interest rate from 17% to 15% because inflation "is stabilising".
New figures suggest the recent slowdown in property sales may continue for at least the next few months.
BT sets aside £2bn to deal with its swelling pension deficit as part of a 16-year plan.
Men have seen the real value of their pay fall far more than women in the past few years, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Japanese carmaker Honda cuts its profit forecast and sees third quarter earnings drop sharply following a vehicle recall linked to airbags.
Pay-TV firm Sky is launching a mobile phone service next year as the battle for a slice of the UK's telecoms market intensifies.
Microsoft's founder says we should worry that AI escape our control, despite claims to the contrary by a Microsoft Research chief.
Rory Cellan-Jones visits a building where microchipped workers gain entry and use photocopiers by holding up their hands - and trials the tech himself.
Shares in US burger chain Shake Shack surge 118% on their New York Stock Exchange debut, valuing the company at $1.8bn.
The UK's energy regulator Ofgem says the big energy firms are likely to enjoy a small increase in their profit margins in the coming year.
House price inflation is continuing to slow, according to the latest results from two leading surveys.
The number of people being declared insolvent in England and Wales has fallen to its lowest level since 2005.
Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker explains how developments in Germany and Denmark are hallmarks of strange times in the eurozone.
China overtakes the US as the top destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), for the first time since 2003.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned the current structure of the eurozone puts it in an "odd position".
Chinese firms are well known for their imitations of Western brands. How can they become more innovative?
How 24-year-old car fan Adnan Ebrahim set up Car Throttle, a popular website aimed at young motoring enthusiasts.
Indigenous tribes in Brazil are increasingly turning towards tourism to make their living, but there are concerns that some may be being exploited, reports Donna Bowater from the Amazon.
The BBC renews its deal to show Premier League highlights on Match of the Day for a further three years.
Virgin Media has asked the broadcasting watchdog Ofcom to halt the auction of Premier League football TV rights until a probe into the process is completed.
Football clubs spent a record £2.7bn in international transfers in 2014, with English football clubs accounting for £795m of the total.
A hi-tech office in Sweden offers to implant microchips under the skin of staff in bid to make some simple tasks easier.