1. Thought $50 oil was cheap? Citigroup think its could fall as low as $20. Ouch.
2. Zoopla's lost 11% of its advertisers to estate agent-backed OnTheMarket, but its founder Alex Chesterman is as defiant as ever.
3. As Valentine's Day approaches, Greece is flirting with the idea of jumping into bed with Russia - even though Russia can't afford dinner and a movie, let alone a bailout.
4. Their careers are a century apart, but Mark Zuckerberg might have more in common with Henry Ford than you thought.
5. Ditching Harriet Green did nothing to save Thomas Cook from yet more turbulence.
6. The inexorable rise of German discounters Aldi and Lidl shows no sign of being reversed.
7. Britain's got a long road ahead before it can become a world leader in driverless cars.
8. Tesco is facing more allegations about its suppliers, but at least it looks like its sales have turned a corner.
9. Hacked Sony executive Amy Pascal has some pretty controversial views about women's pay
10. Ed Miliband's proposals for four weeks of paternity leave aren't perfect, but they could be a step towards greater gender equality.