Rangers say proceeds from Lewis Macleod’s sale to Brentford are for “immediate working capital”.
Asian shares started the new year higher in thin trading with many of the region’s markets closed ahead of the first full week of trading in 2015.
A cap on the cost of payday loans enforced by the City regulator has now come into effect, but one consumer group wants more action on credit.
Gambling revenue in the world’s biggest gaming hub, Macau, falls for the first time on an annual basis since casinos were liberalised there in 2001.
Some encouraging signs for 2015 but no chance of a boom
US investment bank Goldman Sachs paid the highest bonuses to senior staff among banks operating in the UK in 2013, according to research by Reuters.
Drug cheats in sport face a minimum four-year ban – up from two years – under new rules which came into effect from 1 January.
European Union rules will oblige new devices such as modems and internet-connected TVs to switch themselves off when not in use.
The administrators of collapsed delivery firm City Link announce 2,356 job losses after a bid to buy the company fails.
How Ukraine sanctions are hitting Baltic farmers
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