The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership aims to create the world's biggest free trade zone
Caps on interchange fees are good for business, but could mean banks pass the cost on to customers
Ban on range of household goods would seek to combat climate change, but is it another example of 'nannying' interference?
Brussels official wants a 'United States of Europe’ but is she unintentionally helping Ukip win votes?
European Commission fines banks that formed illegal cartels to rig benchmark interest rates
After failed bid from Co-op, Lloyds turns to 'Plan B' and reopens TSB as a separate bank
Interest rates soar as governing coalition descends into chaos in row over EU austerity measures
France, Spain and the Netherlands to be given a waiver on the annual 3% deficit limit
Oil bosses could be prosecuted if they are found to have rigged petrol prices, Prime Minister warns
Computer giant punished for omitting a single line of code from Windows 7 update
Business travellers and reserved seating boost figures for low-budget Irish airline
A new campaign aims to stop costly monthly ritual whereby 754 MEPs and staff decamp from Brussels
Labour is expected to join Tory rebels in voting for a cut in the EU budget, but the UK could end up paying more anyway...
Luxembourg and France given one month to increase their rates of VAT on ebooks
Ten EU states to push ahead with the financial transaction tax
Credit rating agency says stable eurozone nations are threatened by developments in Spain and Greece
Europe's fourth-largest economy needs help as markets tumble and fears of a banking collapse mount
German central bank says a Greek exit would be manageable and eurozone countries are drawing up contingency plans
Once unthinkable, now Angela Merkel happily interferes in French presidential election
Joy at credit card charge ban underestimates wily entrepreneurs like Michael O'Leary