Former City trader Tom Hayes is accused of being "dishonest and manipulative" in his alleged attempts to rig Libor rates, a court hears.
Amazon, the global online retailer, is changing the way it records European sales in a move that could see it paying more tax.
Charter Communications agrees to buy media giant Time Warner Cable in a cash and shares deal worth $78.7bn.
Retail sales growth accelerated strongly in the year to May, according to a survey from the CBI.
Three men are facing fines of nearly £80m from the City regulator for misleading thousands of investors into buying so-called "death bonds".
The FTSE 100 falls, with worries over the eurozone hitting banking shares following gains for anti-austerity parties in Spanish local elections.
India's Tata Motors posts a 15% rise in pre-tax profit for the year to the end of March, with profits also up at its Jaguar Land Rover division.
Irish airline Ryanair reports a 66% rise in net profit as falling oil prices and rising passenger numbers give the company a boost.
In her first major economic speech since the general election Nicola Sturgeon condemns the "scale and speed" of spending cuts planned by the UK government.
Ofgem says it will investigate after figures show more than half a million pre-payment energy meters were forcibly installed in England, Wales and Scotland over the last six years.
China's yuan has strengthened over the past year to its correct value, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Apple promotes British designer Jony Ive to chief design officer, according to reports.
A family whose image was used in a poster campaign by the group opposing gay marriage in the Republic of Ireland say they were "naive" about stock photography websites.
Scottish councils have made a record profit from parking charges and fines, figures from the RAC Foundation show.
Budget airline Ryanair has reported a 66% rise in profits for the year to the end of March of €867m (£614m; $948m)
Indonesia's government is launching an ambitious program to try to build one million homes before the end of the year.
WTO Director General Roberto Azevedo explains why he's hopeful about global trade talks.
The governing People's Party in Spain has suffered heavy losses in regional and local elections.
The BBC's Steph McGovern reports on whether there is still a need for banks to have a high street presence, as people can access their account and perform most of their transactions online or over the phone.
The boss of InterContinental Hotel Group, Richard Solomons, talks about the company's 'made-for-China' hotels.
BBC News visited some tea stalls around Mumbai and asked ordinary Indians to rate Narendra Modi's first year in office.
Cunard ocean liners Queen Mary Two, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth have been reunited on the River Mersey in Liverpool.
Is the lorry driver of the future a piece of software?
Is infidelity a billion-dollar business?
The impact of economic crises on everyday lives
What makes Indian farmers kill themselves?
Whose face should grace the new note?
Where is the solar 'capital' of the UK?
Phone provider O2 says its service is "back to normal" after customers complained of problems with reception in several parts of the UK.
Greece intends to keep repaying its debt, a government spokesman said, days after Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis warned it had run out of funds.