Lloyds bank in record ¬£28m fine
Lloyds Banking Group is fined ¬£28m, a record for a UK retail banking operation, for "serious failings" in relation to bonus schemes for sales staff.
Shoppers shun ugly veg, says Tesco
Customers should be educated to select not only perfect fruit and vegetables, but to look at buying "ugly, misshapen" cheaper produce, says Tesco.
Archbishop Welby meets energy bosses
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, meets four bosses of the UK's "big six" energy companies, weeks after he criticised energy price rises.
Zavvi threatens PlayStation shoppers
Online retailer warns gamers to whom it accidentally sent copies of the PlayStation Vita that they may face legal action if they have not returned them.
FirstGroup shuns Greyhound sell-off
UK rail and bus firm FirstGroup has rejected a proposal from one of its shareholders, Sandell, to sell its US assets, including the Greyhound bus service.
The 12 cyber-scams of Christmas
Computer security expert Alan Woodward highlights 12 ways that cyber-scammers hope to catch you out over the festive season - and how to thwart them.
Ikea wolf becomes HK protest symbol
A stuffed toy wolf stocked by Swedish furniture giant Ikea sells out in in Hong Kong, after it appears to have become an unlikely symbol of protest.
Carney warns on housing market
The Bank of England's Mark Carney warns on the housing market as the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says it expects house prices to continue to "surge ahead".