Here's what got us talking
1) Pensions panic
Retirees at both ends of the spectrum continued to fret over changes to their pension scheme. In one corner, we saw grave concern about the rising age of the state pension - and questions of how to bring it down - after it became clear most of us would be working well into our 70s (or even 80s). At the other end was worry that George Osborne was about to launch a raid on higher earners' relief, which would prompt a Northern Rock-style run. Either way, it was looking pretty pen-calyptic this week.
2) Barclays bungles
Barclays results weren't too awful, but investors were so spooked by the dividend announcement that trading actually had to be suspended at one point in the day. But at least one person had something to smile about, with Antony Jenkins taking home £3.4m - not bad for half a year's work.
3) Battersea panic stations
4) Brexit blues
To Brexit or not to Brexit? That might depend on which part of the country you live in. But here in London, the looming EU referendum is affecting plenty already, not least M&A activity, which has dropped since last year's high. And while business leaders fret about what to do, it turns out they're really not prepared for what might happen. Lord Rose let the cat out the bag when he revealed wages might go up - bad news for corporations, but great news for workers. The British Chamber of Commerce came off the fence, as did the City of London Corporation. But we're still none the wiser about which way the vote will go.
5) Half pint horror
Think you're being sensible by sticking to half pints? Think again. New research suggests you're being overcharged for underdrinking. Time to drown your sorrows in a full pint?
Will there be a European super league? Three experts discuss
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McLaren boss: There is no way we will ever make an SUV
As the automotive world’s great and good descended on Geneva for its annual motor show this week, one topic was being discussed: SUVs. After Porsche launched its mammoth Cayenne range in 2012, this year Maserati followed suit, with the $72,000 Levante. Even Ferrari came over all practical, with the launch of its four-seater GTC4 Lusso. Read more.
Charts of the week
Great reads from elsewhere
Ever wondered what it's like to be an astronaut? Never mind the adoring fans when you get back - what about the isolation while you're away? This article, written by someone who has spent six months in a Mars simulator, gives an insight into the unglamourous life they lead.
From Life on sMars, it's back to Earth with a bump. Bloomberg has a fascinating piece on Hollywood's one-woman divorce solution.