The big four High Street banks are under pressure to offer current account perks as competition in the sector appears to be picking up.
Short-term lender Wonga made a pre-tax loss of £37.3m in 2014 amid a major overhaul of the controversial company.
Russia's economy shrank by 2% in the first quarter of this year under the pressure of sanctions and a weak oil price, Russian PM Medvedev says.
Consumer body Which? demands action from regulator over "confusing and misleading" supermarket pricing.
Pay-TV broadcaster Sky reports a 20% rise in operating profits, helped by strong demand for its services across Europe.
Investor sentiment in Germany has shown an unexpected fall after rising steadily for the past five months, the closely watched ZEW survey indicates.
The Greek government asks public sector bodies to hand over any reserve cash to help it meet a payment due to the International Monetary Fund.
As oil prices hover around highs for the year, industry leaders at the World Economic Forum on East Asia expect the momentum to continue amid rising demand.
Belfast International Airport has begun a legal claim at the High Court for £20m damages from Aer Lingus.
Discount clothing chain Primark reports another rise in sales, but profits at owner AB Foods fall after losses at its sugar business.
The FTSE 100 reverses early gains after being dragged lower by falling mining shares, which offset positive news from Sky and Arm Holdings.
Credit Suisse says quarterly profit rose by 23% from a year earlier because of gains from its securities trading and wealth management divisions.
A Japanese magnetic levitation train breaks its own world speed record, hitting 603km/h (374mph) on a test run near Mount Fuji.
Google is updating its search tools to favour websites that work well on mobile devices above those that fail its criteria
More than 23 million vehicles were sold in China last year, but as the Chinese economy slows, so has demand for new cars.
Junior staff within the airline industry are encouraged to speak up to more senior staff, including pilots, if they believe they have made a mistake.
The consumer group, Which? has formally requested an investigation into the special offers and promotions used by supermarkets.
The Post Office has been criticised in an independent report which examined complaints from sub-postmasters who said the had been unfairly sacked or prosecuted over cash shortfalls at their branches.
Indonesia is hosting the World Economic Forum this week and hopes the event will help to attract increased foreign investment.
Maharashtra becomes the latest state to ban the slaughter of cows - a move that has hit India's leather industry hard.
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The cost of UK car insurance will rise over the rest of the year, according to the AA, despite a fall in the first quarter of 2015.
Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman must sell his North Sea gas fields within six months, the UK orders.