BBC Business News
The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
Markets ride out Greek vote storm
Global stock markets proved resilient on Monday despite Greece's shock rejection of the terms of an international bailout.
Creditors press Greece for debt plan
Eurozone finance ministers say they expect to hear fresh proposals from Greece after a referendum rejected the terms of an international bailout.
Major UK energy firms 'overcharged'
The big six energy suppliers have "overcharged" millions of energy customers to the tune of £1.2bn a year, the Competition and Markets Authority is expected to say on Tuesday.
Tax windfall from pension changes
Changes to the pension system - allowing people to cash in their savings - will provide an extra tax windfall, research suggests.
Weight Watchers 'faces takeover bid'
Shares in Weight Watchers International surge on reports it is a takeover target by an unnamed activist hedge fund.
Banks 'not liable' for vishing fraud
People who are the victims of so-called 'vishing' scams cannot always rely on their bank to compensate them, a study suggests.
Rolls-Royce in third profit warning
Rolls-Royce issues its third profit warning in just over a year, blaming lower oil prices, as well as weaker demand for some of its aircraft engines.
UK car sales hit record high in June
UK new car sales in the year to June rose at the fastest rate on record, a motor industry survey finds.
Osborne urged to reform tax system
Chancellor George Osborne needs to carry out an "ambitious" tax reform agenda in his Budget on Wednesday, the Institute of Directors (IoD) has said.
Panic and blame in China's markets
After several days of erratic trade on Chinese bourses, the BBC’s Carrie Gracie assesses how the authorities have reacted.