BBC Business News
The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
Greek PM offers olive branch on debt
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras seeks to repair relations with creditors, amid fears of a showdown over Greece's efforts to roll back austerity measures.
Pension tracing service to expand
A free service which helps people locate pension pots they have lost track of will triple its number of staff to meet record numbers of enquiries.
BT attacked on rural broadband costs
At least £90m will be reinvested in rural broadband services after an underspend by BT, the BBC learns.
Oil summit to hear pleas for action
A plan for a summit to look at the challenges facing the North Sea oil industry is announced by Aberdeen City Council.
Uber sued over India rape allegation
An Indian woman who says she was raped by a Delhi driver of web-based taxi firm Uber files a lawsuit against the service in a US court.
Merkel rules out Greek debt relief
German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejects any cancellation of Greece's debt, saying banks and creditors have already made substantial cuts.
Qatar buys 10% stake in BA owner
Qatar Airways announces a surprise investment in International Airlines Group, the owner of British Airways and Iberia.
Eurozone deflation gathers pace
Eurozone deflation deepens in January, as prices fall by 0.6% compared with last year, pushed down by lower oil prices.
Nokia name row with London start-up
Nokia has threatened legal action against a UK start-up over the use of the word "HERE".
US growth slows in fourth quarter
The economy expanded by 2.6% in the last three months of 2014 - sharply lower than in the third quarter.