28 January 2015
In saying that the eurozone will only thrive again if there is a fiscal union, the governor of the Bank of England is in effect criticising Germany for not spending and borrowing more to support weaker eurozone countries.
Royal Dutch Shell revives Arctic drilling plans, despite announcing a $15bn cut in global spending and profit figures that disappointed investors.
Retailer Argos is to open ten pilot digital stores in Sainsbury's that will aim to offer a broad range of general merchandise.
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.
McDonald's boss Don Thompson steps down after two and a half years in the job, as the company struggles with a declining customer base in its home market.
The new banks you cannot speak to
The Watford fan taking the helm at McDonald's
The firms helping girls in the developing world
Apple and its $142bn embarrassment of riches
Is fracking viable at current prices?
The desperate patients in India turning to illegal donors
The drive to innovate rather than imitate
Germans see little point in more concessions to Greece
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