Ryanair says it has now emailed all customers advising them of flight changes and offering refunds.
The Fed said it would start to reduce its $4.2tr balance sheet in October.
Thomas Cook pilots to strike at the weekend after talks fail in a continuing pay dispute.
Dominic Chappell pleads not guilty to charges brought by the Pensions Regulator after the collapse of BHS.
Shares in Taiwanese smartphone firm HTC are suspended amid rumours Google parent Alphabet is planning a takeover.
The embattled electronics firm hopes the deal will cover heavy losses from its nuclear division.
A rise in the number of lower-paid female workers has held back global wage growth, the OECD says.
The tie-up between Tata - which owns Port Talbot steel works - and a German firm will lead to job losses.
UK retail sales rose by 1% on the back of strong sales of clothing and non-essential items.
Delivery company FedEx says a recent cyber-attack cost its TNT division about $300m (£221m).
Young people are paying more to live in less space than previous generations, a think-tank says.
Federation of Small Business says a record proportion of owners are looking to downsize, sell or close their firm.
The B&Q and Screwfix owner sees profits and sales slip as it works its way through a five-year revamp plan.
A complaints body says consumers had to make more than two million calls to resolve water issues.
Inditex had a net income of 1.4bn euros in the six months to 31 July - 9% higher than the previous year.
A record 30 million gig and festival tickets were sold in the UK last year, new research shows.
Shares in the retail group add 6.7%, despite its reporting of a 5.9% fall in half-year profits.
Philippine fast food chain Jollibee does not rule out bid for upmarket UK sandwich firm Pret a Manger.
Personal finance expert Martin Lewis explains what rights consumers have during the Ryanair pilot shortage.
Equitable Life's Chris Wiscarson on how he's managing the pension fund after its shock collapse.
Catherine has created 'tribes' of business women to help them form a network to connect with each other.
The entrepreneurial Angolan women travelling to Rio de Janerio and Sao Paulo in search of Brazilian clothes to bring home and sell.
The BBC's Lerato Mbele looks at how African companies protect their brands.
The Lehman Brothers brand is back, but this time on a whisky bottle.
Using recycled glass, one company in Swaziland has been making ornaments for 30 years.
Islington Assembly Hall will now only sell tickets through a ticketing app in a bid to cut out touts.
A study indicates that 71% of 55-to-75 year olds in the UK now own an app-capable handset.
How a new breed of American-style coffee shops are drawing in younger Italians.
Free speech has become a university battleground. But what does the right to free expression really mean?
Electric cars have had a lot of publicity recently, but petrol and diesel engines are far from dead yet.
Low levels of education have fuelled the spread of illegal and harmful pyramid schemes in rural China.
The Civil Aviation Authority advises passengers not to cancel their flights themselves.
Daniel Hegarty left school with nothing to become a successful musician playing with top acts - so how did he end up as a tech entrepreneur?
Without it, companies in the sharing economy might not have grown as successfully as they have.
Is naming a new brand of whiskies after the collapsed bank a wise move?
The Facebook-owned photo app has become an important marketing tool for many small entrepreneurs.
The shoemakers who think they have the solution to the problems caused by wearing high heels.
Israeli company Colu has launched a digital currency in Liverpool, which is only open to locally-owned and run businesses.
Saffron is the world's priciest spice, so why does it have a less than golden reputation?
Adult learners in Kenya get to read their first words, after a library opens in their village.
The collapse of Northern Rock: Ten years on
Card and phone payments may be replacing coins and notes, but are Swedes ready to get rid of cash altogether?
The value of modern currency comes not from what it's made of, but what we all agree it's worth.