Yesterday 2:36 pm (10 hours ago)
Royal Dutch Shell revives Arctic drilling plans, despite announcing a $15bn cut in global spending and profit figures that disappointed investors.
Yesterday 7:06 pm (5 hours ago)
Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker explains how developments in Germany and Denmark are hallmarks of strange times in the eurozone.
Yesterday 10:43 pm (an hour ago)
The online retail giant Amazon reports weaker profits for the busy Christmas period, but a 15% rise in sales cheers investors.
Yesterday 10:27 pm (an hour ago)
Foreign ministers from the EU agree in Brussels to extend existing sanctions against Russia until September but not to impose any new sanctions.
Yesterday 10:09 pm (2 hours ago)
Internet giant Google reports fourth-quarter profits of $4.76bn, up nearly 30% from the same period a year before, but revenue misses Wall Street expectations.
Yesterday 3:42 pm (9 hours ago)
Shares in the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba fell 7% after sales fall short of targets
Yesterday 9:46 pm (3 hours ago)
The US Senate passes a bill to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, sending it to President Barack Obama's desk for a likely veto.
Yesterday 4:23 pm (8 hours ago)
Pay-TV firm Sky is launching a mobile phone service next year as the battle for a slice of the UK's telecoms market intensifies.
Yesterday 3:30 pm (9 hours ago)
Retailer Argos is to open ten pilot digital stores in Sainsbury's that will aim to offer a broad range of general merchandise.
Yesterday 3:09 pm (9 hours ago)
The UK's energy regulator Ofgem says the big energy firms are likely to enjoy a small increase in their profit margins in the coming year.
Wednesday, 11:18 pm
McDonald's boss Don Thompson steps down after two and a half years in the job, as the company struggles with a declining customer base in its home market.
Wednesday, 6:55 pm
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned the current structure of the eurozone puts it in an "odd position".
Yesterday 10:21 am (14 hours ago)
House price inflation is continuing to slow, according to the latest results from two leading surveys.
Yesterday 6:00 am (18 hours ago)
There are no plans for any insurance products to help people plan ahead for their care needs in old age, leading firms tell the BBC.
Yesterday 11:29 am (13 hours ago)
The number of people being declared insolvent in England and Wales has fallen to its lowest level since 2005.
Yesterday 8:36 am (16 hours ago)
The chairman who oversaw the controversial privatisation of Royal Mail is to step down, the postal company has announced.
Yesterday 5:49 pm (7 hours ago)
Disappointing results from Royal Dutch Shell hit shares in oil companies, dragging the market lower.
Yesterday 5:01 pm (7 hours ago)
Rory Cellan-Jones visits a building where microchipped workers gain entry and use photocopiers by holding up their hands - and trials the tech himself.
Wednesday, 10:33 pm
Tesco recalls its blackcurrant and apple squash drink after accidentally adding a flavouring with a "strong odour" similar to garlic.
Wednesday, 11:56 am
Home owners paid less on average for their buildings and contents insurance last year, says the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Wednesday, 10:06 am
Property sales across the UK rose by 14% last year to 1.22 million, the highest number since 2007, official statistics show.
Wednesday, 3:06 pm
The number of firms fined for failing to meet deadlines for enrolling staff in a pension scheme has increased, figures from the Pensions Regulator show.
Wednesday, 5:02 pm
Greek financial markets were in turmoil on Wednesday after the new anti-bailout government appeared determined to defy the country's international creditors.
Wednesday, 7:58 pm
The US Federal Reserve reiterates that it will be patient in raising interest rates, but adds it is weighing "international developments".
Wednesday, 12:40 pm
The Russian government will spend at least 2.34 trillion roubles to try to stave off an economic crisis, following a collapse in oil prices and the value of the rouble.
Tuesday, 8:11 pm
Chinese firms are well known for their imitations of Western brands. How can they become more innovative?
Monday, 12:00 am
How 24-year-old car fan Adnan Ebrahim set up Car Throttle, a popular website aimed at young motoring enthusiasts.
Thursday, January 22nd, 12:01 am
Indigenous tribes in Brazil are increasingly turning towards tourism to make their living, but there are concerns that some may be being exploited, reports Donna Bowater from the Amazon.
Wednesday, 7:19 pm
Virgin Media has asked the broadcasting watchdog Ofcom to halt the auction of Premier League football TV rights until a probe into the process is completed.
Wednesday, 12:24 am
Football clubs spent a record £2.7bn in international transfers in 2014, with English football clubs accounting for £795m of the total.
Tuesday, 7:14 am
Rangers agree a £10m loan from Mike Ashley's Sports Direct to relieve the club's "perilous" financial state.
Yesterday 4:12 am (20 hours ago)
Apple's recent record profit has raised the question again of how much tax should the world's biggest companies pay?
Wednesday, 10:58 pm
The Scottish space industry employs more than 5,000 people and has doubled its turnover in three years.
Yesterday 3:01 pm (9 hours ago)
Royal Dutch Shell is going to cut its spending over the next three years to try and deal with the falling price of oil.
Yesterday 12:32 am (24 hours ago)
US technology giant Apple has reported the biggest quarterly profit ever made by a public company.
Tuesday, 10:58 pm
Land Rovers, Minis and Jaguars are being brought off the Hoegh Osaka, which is now docked in Southampton.
Wednesday, 2:57 am
India's fitness industry could become more valuable than the fitness sectors in the UK or the US, according to one industry executive.
Wednesday, 12:07 am
Opposition to austerity is at the core of Greece's new leader's agenda but it will also push for half of Greek debt to be written off, bringing it down to a more sustainable level, a so-called "haircut".
Wednesday, 2:21 am
Apple reported a 70% increase in sales in China in its most recent quarter. The BBC's John Sudworth takes a look at the Chinese market.
12:00 am (20 minutes ago)
Why is US burger firm Shake Shack set to raise millions?
12:02 am (18 minutes ago)
Nokia's demise hit Finland hard - but its legacy is a vibrant start-up scene
12:06 am (14 minutes ago)
Why it pays for players like Murray to have an entourage
Yesterday 2:02 am (22 hours ago)
The new banks you cannot speak to
Yesterday 12:22 pm (12 hours ago)
The Watford fan taking the helm at McDonald's
Yesterday 2:05 am (22 hours ago)
The firms helping girls in the developing world
Wednesday, 1:11 pm
Apple and its $142bn embarrassment of riches
Yesterday 2:45 am (22 hours ago)
Is fracking viable at current prices?