EADS confirms 5,800 job losses
Aerospace and defence giant EADS says it will cut 5,800 jobs as a fall in governments' military spending begins to bite.
DiCaprio in race for electric cars
Film star and "green" campaigner Leonardo DiCaprio is to enter a team in the new Formula E motor racing series, which aims to boost electric car sales.
Food price rise alert for Scotland
Some of the UK's biggest supermarkets may consider increasing their prices north of the border, should Scotland vote for independence next year.
Supermarket for low-income families
A members-only supermarket for people on welfare support has begun trading, offering heavily-discounted products supplied by major retailers.
Universal Credit 'not a debacle'
Iain Duncan Smith rejects claims his flagship welfare policy will be a "debacle" and insists the IT system underpinning it "seems to be absolutely fine".
Indian shares hit record high
Indian shares hit a record high as the main opposition party, seen as business friendly, wins an absolute majority in assembly elections.
WTO agrees global trade agreement
The World Trade Organization agrees a historic global deal aimed at boosting commerce, which could add nearly $1tn to the global economy.
Dylan's guitar sells for $965k
The electric guitar played by Bob Dylan at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival sells at auction in New York for a record $965,000 (£591,000).