BBC Business News
The latest stories from the Business section of the BBC News web site.
Jaguar sales lift profit at Tata Motors
Strong sales of the luxury car brand Jaguar Land Rover have lifted profits at India's Tata Motors.
Ex-Zurich Insurance boss kills himself
Zurich Insurance's former boss Martin Senn kills himself, marking the second suicide among top staff at the firm in just three years.
Alliance Trust receives merger approach
Scottish investment firm Alliance Trust receives an informal merger approach from an asset management company largely controlled by the Rothschild family.
Australia to sell £8m of seized Bitcoin
A collection of bitcoins worth about £8m, confiscated by police in Australia, will be auctioned off in June.
Most online shoppers return clothes
New figures suggest 63% of shoppers who bought women's clothes online in the last six months sent at least one item back to retailers.
Probe into occupational pension schemes
MPs will investigate the UK's 6,000 occupational pension schemes after question marks arise at BHS and British Steel.
Brexit 'blow' to economy - ex-WTO boss
The World Trade Organisation's former director-general tells the BBC that the UK economy risks a "huge blow" if it votes to leave the EU on 23 June.
Most expensive UK seaside towns named
The UK's most expensive seaside town is Sandbanks in Dorset, with the average house price there nearly £665,000, according to a report.
Hope of tax hike delay lifts Japan stocks
Japanese shares are trading higher on Monday, on hopes the government will delay a planned hike in the nation's sales tax.
Sugar tax will 'hit poorest hardest'
The proposed sugar tax will "hit the poorest families hardest" and should be scrapped, the Taxpayers' Alliance says.