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One of the world's biggest Bitcoin exchanges, MtGox, has filed for bankruptcy.
The government has pledged a £2m support fund to provide advice and support for firms in England which rely on tourism in areas hit by flooding.
The US bank Citigroup lowers its fourth quarter and full year earnings after discovering fraud in its Mexican subsidiary.
Scottish independence could be a "positive development" for British Airways, according to the boss of the company which owns the airline.
Rupert Soames is to leave engineering firm Aggreko after 11 years to take up the chief executive role at Serco Group.
The US economy grew at a rate of 2.4% from October to December, down from a first estimate of 3.2%, as consumer spending proved weaker than predicted.
The mobile banking apps of several big banks are returning to normal after suffering glitches.
India's economic growth rate slowed to 4.7% in the last quarter of 2013, according to latest official figures.
The price of a first-class stamp is to increase by 2p to 62p and a second-class stamp by 3p to 53p, Royal Mail announces.
House prices rose by 0.6% in February, a 9.4% increase on the same month in 2013, Nationwide says.
The World Bank postpones a $90m (£54m) loan to Uganda after President Yoweri Museveni signed a tough and controversial new anti-gay law.
A much tougher approach to the regulation of money lending is being promised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The Chinese currency is experiencing its biggest decline since 2005, breaking a long-term rising trend.
Five employers who failed to pay their staff the minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the government.
The Rolls-Royce plant in Portsmouth, where electrical systems for Royal Navy vessels are made, is to close.
A former London Underground station used by the War Office is sold to developers for £53m.
Nationwide chief economist Robert Gardner tells BBC News that he does not think a housing bubble is forming as mortgages remain affordable.
IAG chief executive Willie Walsh discusses the company's 2013 profits, fuelled by BA and Spanish budget airline Vueling.
Energy regulator Ofgem has told the "big six" suppliers to hand back more than £400m of credit in customers' closed accounts.
The troubled MtGox bitcoin exchange has filed for bankruptcy protection, reports say.