An army of modern-day "slaves" are being used to grow the salad and winter vegetables that fill Britain's supermarket shelves.
A new survey says Britain┐s chief financial officers are so worried about the general election that they┐ve started to rein in spending - a worrying development for the UK economy.
Is your Uber cab cheap because the company cuts corners on tax and regulations? No, says the company's Europe boss Jo Bertram. She says it's cheap because it's technologically efficient.
Some of the UK's top business chiefs write an open letter saying a Labour government would "threaten jobs", as Ed Miliband commits to regular worker contracts after 12 weeks.
The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats claim credit for today's news of a 2.8 per cent rise in economic output. But Labour is dismissive, saying this is still the slowest recovery in 100 years.
Inflation is no more. The annual inflation rate is zero for the first time on record. So is the dawn of deflation a good or a bad thing?
George Osborne unveils a new raft of powers for prosecutors and tax authorities to clamp down on wealthy people who use offshore accounts to evade or avoid tax.
Channel 4 News tracks down the elusive former HSBC boss Lord Green, who expresses his "dismay and regret" about tax evasion and avoidance at the bank's Swiss branch.
Savers, motorists and beer drinkers all have reasons to be cheerful after the final budget before the general election. But not everyone is happy with the chancellor.