The art dealer making jewellery from e-waste

Eliza Walter, 26, works as a gallery manager for a post-war and contemporary art gallery in Mayfair. But in her spare time she also designs, creates and sells jewellery made with e-waste - precious metals salvaged from discarded technology.Read more: What's your 'side hustle'?Series Producer: Mauro Galluzzo. Video Producer: Robert Miller. Video Journalist: Ameer Khan

Mega-merger faces crunch decision

Image copyright Getty Images A key decision that could reshape the UK's supermarket sector is due shortly, with Sainsbury's and Asda waiting to hear if their proposed merger can go ahead.Should the deal go through, the combined group would knock Tesco off its perch as the UK's biggest supermarket chain.But concerns over whether shoppers could…

Revolut: Watchdog mulls 'single-shaming' banking ad

Image copyright Iona Bain A financial technology company whose "single-shaming" advertising campaign drew protests is facing scrutiny from the City watchdog over the issue.Revolut, which launched in 2015, bills itself as an alternative to banks and offers app-based current accounts.But it sparked complaints with a "spoof" advert addressed to people who ordered a takeaway meal…

Energy giant SSE loses another 160,000 customers

Image copyright Getty Images "Big six" energy giant SSE has seen a sharp drop in customer numbers and has cut its full-year earnings forecast.It said it had lost 160,000 customers in the final three months of last year, leaving it with 5.88 million accounts.SSE also cut its profit forecast for this year after a European…

Daily Mash publisher bought for £1.2m

Image copyright Daily Mash The firm that owns satirical news website the Daily Mash is changing hands for £1.2m.Mashed Productions, which also produces a TV spin-off on BBC Two called the Mash Report, has been bought by media firm Digitalbox. The new owner describes itself as a company with a pedigree in emerging publishing technologies.Daily…

Flybe will wind up company if shareholders reject sale

Image copyright Empics Flybe has warned shareholders it will wind up the company if they do not back a sale to a consortium led by Virgin Atlantic and Stobart Air.The airline said failure to approve a sale would mean investors were unlikely to get anything for their shares.The airline's board agreed the £2.2m sale to…