Bitcoin has its first British boozer.
Starbucks, one of the companies exhorted by the prime minister to "wake up and smell the coffee" over tax, has handed over £5m to HM Revenue and Customs – its first payment in five years.
Ben Bernanke might as well have tried to reason with a roomful of toddlers on a sugar high.
Jefferies & Co will provide $5.2bn in term loans to back Carl Icahn's bid for computer manufacturer Dell Inc, sources told Thomson Reuters.
The good news for George Osborne is that Lloyds shares have done well since his Mansion House speech. The stock has barely moved in the past two days – impressive in a soggy stock market after a big seller has announced its intentions.
The former chief executive of Enron, jailed for his role in the collapse of the energy giant, could be free before the end of the decade after he was given a shorter sentence as a result of an agreement with prosecutors.
A tax windfall from Swiss banks has helped the UK post a bigger improvement in its public finances than expected, giving a boost to George Osborne ahead of his spending review next week.
When British Airways takes delivery of its first 787 Dreamliner at Heathrow this week, it will mark another step in the rehabilitation of Boeing's reputation, and a minor victory in one of the world's great corporate battles.
Europe failed to agree on how to share the cost of bank collapses on Saturday, as Germany resisted attempts by France to water down rules designed to spare taxpayers in future crises.
It's already been a tough week for job losses, and here's another firm said axing staff.