Read Ed Miliband's speech calling for "patriotism not protectionism" in full on politics.co.uk.
Politicians should patriotically support British manufacturing even if it means backing companies based overseas, Ed Miliband will say later.
The government has unveiled the first round of its three-year funding to help struggling businesses, but Labour has accused ministers of refusing to invest in growth.
The Office of Fair Trading should investigate the Big Four auditing firms, a committee of peers has concluded.
The May Day bank holiday could be shifted to the autumn, under government plans published today.
The number of women in the boardroom should double by 2015, an independent review has concluded.
Ofcom should do more to combat silent calling, according to an influential parliamentary committee.
A rally today by the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) against the privatisation of Royal Mail was attended by a host of opposition politicians.
The government's arguments justifying its controversial decision to cancel an £80 million to Sheffield Forgemasters have been questioned by MPs.
New organisations designed to spur on local growth will need continued funding from Whitehall, MPs have warned.
David Cameron will today appoint a number of unconventional ambassadors for British trade - including Tamara Mellon, founder of Jimmy Choo.
David Cameron has made an exception on the government's immigration cap for foreign businessmen, as he promises to turn the East End of London into a new Silicon Valley.
Google has come under scrutiny after being found in breach of data protection laws over its controversial Street View function - but has avoided heavy penalties.
Lord Young's appointment as enterprise tsar is to be welcomed, but cuts in regulation and red tape cannot come soon enough for small businesses.
David Cameron has tasked a former Thatcher minister with reassessing the government's relationship with small and medium-sized businesses, acknowledging "there is so much more we need to do".
David Cameron and Ed Miliband's struggle for the hearts of business figures at the CBI conference in London proved something of a one-sided affair.
The CBI's Richard Lambert comments as his organisation's annual conference draws to a close:
Vince Cable's concerns about short-termism in corporate governance are "corny", the director-general of the CBI has told politics.co.uk.
The political climate is not well-suited for either David Cameron or Ed Miliband to win over British businesses. Yet one's willingness to lay out and defend his economic plans may have trumped the warnings of the other.
Funding for Britain's science sector has avoided cuts in the comprehensive spending review.
In a fitting piece of timing, a new review into Britain's health and safety laws has been published just as the Tate Modern closed off its recent sunflower seed exhibit due to health concerns.
Read Lord Young's review into Britain's health and safety regulations in full
Vince Cable has outlined plans for the privatisation of Royal Mail amid anger from unions.
Cuts to defence projects would have a devastating impact on industry and jobs in Scotland, warns a document backed by all the major Scottish parties.
Transport and technology should be prioritised to be spared the government spending squeeze the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has argued.