More than 100 company leaders declare support for a Conservative-led government as Labour pledges to end "exploitative" zero hours contracts.
Activity in China's vast manufactory sector picked up unexpectedly in March, according to the official government survey.
A number of tax changes come in on 1 April, which will mean cheaper flights for thousands of people who travel over 4,000 miles.
The billionaire investor, Warren Buffett, says if he ran the US Federal Reserve, he wouldn't raise interest rates significantly.
Chinese shares continued their trend higher after a government survey showed that factory activity had picked up unexpectedly in March.
EU milk quotas are scrapped, bringing an end to more than 30 years of efforts to prevent overproduction.
A decade of strong growth in Scotch whisky exports came to an end last year as overseas sales fell, according to new figures.
HP sues Autonomy co-founder Mike Lynch and ex-finance officer Sushovan Hussain, as Autonomy's former management says it will launch a counter-claim.
The UK's economy grew at a faster pace than initially estimated last year, revised official figures show.
Kingfisher, the owner of DIY chains B&Q and Screwfix, is to close about 60 B&Q stores in UK and Ireland over the next two years.
The financial well-being of UK households improved last year, but overall it is not much better than it was five years ago, according to official figures.
In an attempt to attract more household shoppers, Amazon unveils a button for replenish items such as washing powder and razors.
Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they claim will change musical history.
Europe has its priorities wrong and should be focusing on what is going on in Ukraine, says billionaire investor George Soros.
Official figures show that the UK economy grew by 2.8% in 2014, the highest rate of growth since 2006.
Ahead of the general election, David Cameron has pledged to create 1,000 new jobs a day if he stays in power.
The UK state is "relatively large compared to the overall size of the economy" says the Economic Intelligence Unit.
The boss of the world's biggest distiller Diageo, Ivan Menezes, says he's optimistic about China, despite the country's anti- extravagance campaign.
There have been calls in Europe for protection for investors in crowdfunding investment schemes.
Models with a BMI of less than 18 could be fined or sent to prison, under legislation being considered by France.
Japan has one of the lowest levels of entrepreneurship in the developed world, many people still aspire to work as an employee of a big corporation.
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Deflation in the eurozone eased during March while the rate of unemployment dipped slightly in February, figures show.