Facebook shares slip as scrutiny continues Investors are reacting to calls for tighter regulation of tech firms from politicians in the US, UK and Europe.

Inflation eases to 2.7% on falling petrol prices Consumer price inflation falls from 3% as fuel prices fall and food costs rise more slowly.

Google pledges $300m to support journalism and fight fake news The search giant says it will help news organisations to fight fake news and grow their businesses.

Should social media stars face tougher advertising rules? The regulator says social media stars are still not clearly labelling advertising in posts.

Rent-to-own firm pays compensation to 37,000 customers Thousands of customers were given loans they could not afford, the City regulator says

Heaven can't wait: Church of England offers faster way to pay Over 16,000 churches will be able to use cashless systems to help members make payments and donations.

US retail giants ask Trump to reconsider China tariffs The potential tariffs could affect a list of as many as 100 products including shoes and footwear.

Access to work: Funding increase for disabled workers The cap on funding will increase by £15,000 as the government aims to help more disabled people into work.

A third of Easter egg weight can be packaging, Which? says Chocolate makers still use a lot of packaging, Which? says, but much of it can be recycled.

Michael Sheen takes aim at high cost of rent-to-own Michael Sheen wants "fairer alternatives" to mainstream rent-to-buy firms and payday lenders.

Facebook value drops by $37bn amid privacy backlash Politicians call on the social network to testify over its protection of user data.

Weinstein Company files for bankruptcy It comes just months after sexual assault allegations against company co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

'Irresponsible' company bosses face government crackdown Plans include clawing back money for workers and suppliers by reversing asset sales by struggling firms.

Working dads lose out in workplace, say MPs Many fathers want to share childcare but fear asking for flexible work, says report.

Uber halts self-driving car tests after death A pedestrian was killed after being hit by a self-driving Uber car in Arizona.

John Lewis boss: There's still a role for shops As John Lewis opens its 50th store, boss Paula Nickolds says how customers use shops is changing.

Channel 4 has gender pay gap of 24.2% The figure is higher than the national average, despite the broadcaster's staff being 60% female.

Street2Boardroom enters the corporate world Entrepreneur who wants skills learned on the streets to become legitimate business use links up with multimillion pound firm.

'I lost £250,000 on betting machines' Terry White lost up to £15,000 per day on fixed odd betting terminals in shops on the high street.

Why are high street restaurants in trouble? Why diners seem to have gone cold on mid-market chain restaurants.

'The High Street dying story is overstated' The high street is not dying, says Paula Nickolds, managing director of John Lewis.

A better way to care for dementia patients Infrared technology and artificial intelligence offer a better way to take care of dementia patients. It can scan their vital signs 24 hours a day.

Energy storage: the power of cold air Highview Power uses liquefied cold air to create stored energy. The air is reheated to produce power.

'Beach grabbing erodes our birth rights,' say Mauritians Activists on the island of Mauritius are rising up against foreign property developers.

Vanilla pod farmer: 'Timing is everything' Known for its sugarcane, Mauritius has also starting farming the more challenging vanilla crop.

Instagram stars: From influencers to entrepreneurs Why online "influencers" want to develop their businesses off social media as well as on.

Where are the UK's youngest and oldest city populations? Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.

Catching cyber-crooks If you want a job that rides the wave of the future, get hired by a firm that combats cyber-threats, says the BBC's Mark Ward.

Tapping or talking The spoken web is becoming more established in the home. But will it catch on elsewhere?

Three-point turn Ian McIntosh saved the driving school from near-collapse - but is it protected against future shocks?

High stakes game As regulators toughen their stance, UK betting firms face a more challenging business climate.

Singled out Single people pay more for holidays, living costs and car insurance - but there are some benefits too.

Adapt or die In the first of our Future of Work series, we look at how new tech could change our working lives.

'Ambulance to the future' Freezing the deceased in the hope of one day reviving them could become a mainstream service, advocates say.

Global shoppers Up to a million people are employed around the world as professional shoppers for clients in China.

Rotten ideas As the fight against plastic pollution gains momentum, firms are tackling the issue in different ways.

Penny pitching The Treasury is seeking views about the future of our coins - but what uses do 1p and 2p pieces have?

Fail harder Talking about failure is taboo in Germany, and it could be holding business back.

Baby steps How Mexican entrepreneur Ixchel Anaya launched a reusable nappies business that exports around the globe.

Sending home The money sent home by migrant workers is relied up on by schools in El Salvador

Model citizens China's tech transformation proceeds apace, but with it comes more digital monitoring and control.

Career conversion When a serious knee injury ended Greg Cox's rugby career, it set him on the path to becoming a multi-millionaire entrepreneur.

No Budget? The Spring Budget was the most important economic statement of the year, but then it moved to the autumn.

Nuclear fallout Seven years after a nuclear meltdown rocked the world's third largest economy, we speak to those still dealing with the devastation.

Hot dogs Weekly spending on UK pets has risen by 31% in two years. Here are some of the more unusual wares on sale at Crufts.

Fly drive Since cars were invented, people have dreamed about making them fly. So why haven't they taken off?

'I founded a bank' On International Women's Day, meet Anne Boden, the Swansea tech entrepreneur who founded her own bank.