Jack Dorsey, the Silicon Valley star behind the Square app, tells Matt Warman why he wants to change the way the world pays for things .
Cambridge Satchel Company is in talks with Zong Qinghou, China's richest man, about a deal which would see the British bags sold in one of the world's fastest-growing retail markets.
The departing chairman of FirstGroup tells Nathalie Thomas about losing the West Coast deal and how he set the transport giant back on the right track .
Facebook is courting major British companies such as Barclays and Tesco in an attempt to convince them that social networking can boost their brand in the same way as television advertising.
Robert Earl, the founder of Planet Hollywood, is to roll out two of his US-based hot food businesses across the UK as part of a multi-million-pound investment programme.
CVC Capital, the private equity firm that controls Formula One, is planning to pay a dividend of about $290m (£190m) after the motorsport company lists its shares on the Singapore Stock Exchange.
Google chief executive Eric Schmidt has called on the British Government to "fix" its policies if it wants global companies to pay more tax.
FirstGroup chief executive Tim O'Toole offered to resign from the rail and bus giant before it announced its controversial £615m rights issue last Monday.
The new chief executive of the Co-operative Group is to brief his board on the full extent of the problems at its banking arm for the first time after holding "reassuring" talks with the banking regulator.
The European Commission will use sweeping new powers backed by sanctions to impose controversial social and economic reforms on European countries later this week.