Christophe de Margerie, chief executive of French oil company Total since 2007, has died after his plane crashed during take-off in Moscow.
China's economy grows at its slowest pace since the global financial crisis, causing speculation the government may introduce more stimulus measures.
Apple reports third-quarter earnings of $8.47bn (£5.24bn), beating analysts' expectations, helped by sales of its new iPhone models.
Annual profits at Asos fall 14% after the online retailer was hit by the strength of sterling and a major warehouse fire.
Heathrow cancels about 10% of flights on Tuesday, as strong winds and rain from the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo hit the UK.
US firm AbbVie abandons its talks with UK drugmaker Shire after a new US rule discouraging mergers that would lower a US firm's tax rate.
Asian stocks fall after data shows China's economy grew 7.3% in the third quarter, its slowest pace in more than five years.
The Bank of England has launched an official probe after an automated system that transfers billions of pounds between banks was suspended for much of the day delaying house movers.
The housing market is "sitting on a plateau", a lenders' group has said, despite renewed competition between providers on mortgage rates.
Five of the UK's biggest price comparison sites are accused of "hiding" the best energy deals from consumers by one of their rivals
IBM is paying $1.5bn to offload its loss-making chip manufacturing division to Abu Dhabi owned GlobalFoundries as it announces a 17% profits fall.
Banks may have to cut pay to reflect lower industry returns since the financial crisis, a senior Bank of England executive has warned.
Ed Balls says owners of properties worth between £2m and £3m will pay an extra £250 a month in "mansion tax" under a future Labour government - with higher rates for higher value homes.
Hundreds of people are searching for their money after transferring frozen pensions.
RWE npower, the owner of Didcot B power station in Oxfordshire, says half of the site will remain out of action indefinitely after a fire.
Russians put a brave face on the ban on Western food, but some businesses are suffering, Sarah Rainsford reports from Moscow.
A New York Times columnist argues the US and Saudi Arabia are using lower oil prices to advance their foreign policy goals.
The UK risks being "permanently divided" between rich and poor unless more is done to boost social mobility, says Alan Milburn, the government's anti-poverty tsar.
Male and female civil servants will be entitled to full parental pay from April 2015, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is to announce.
Citizens Advice is to provide free face-to-face guidance following the government's announcement of new pension rules.
The UK economy will grow by 2.4% next year, well below the 3.1% growth expected this year, forecasting group EY Item Club says.
The Russian rouble weakens further against the dollar after Moody's downgrades its credit rating, blaming the economic damage caused by sanctions.
The German government must increase investment to improve competitiveness, says finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.
Huang Nubo, the founder of property and leisure giant Beijing Zhongkun Investment Group, explains his unique approach to business.
As Ethiopia's economy continues to expand, business is growing strongly for coffee shops in the capital Addis Ababa.
Marcos Galperin is the Argentine who set up MercadoLibre, the Latin American equivalent of ecommerce and auction website eBay.
Glasgow hotels enjoyed a significant lift in room rates during July, helped by the Commonwealth Games.
The BBC Price of Football study finds some ticket prices in English football rising at almost twice the rate of the cost of living.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway says NFL players would cope with playing regularly in London.
Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring the internet to the country's masses