Yesterday 9:51 pm (9 hours ago)
Plans to build the first new UK nuclear plant in 20 years suffer an unexpected delay after the government postpones a final decision until the early autumn.
12:04 am (7 hours ago)
Confidence among manufacturers has slumped since the UK's vote to leave the European Union, a report indicates.
5:57 am (52 minutes ago)
Strong earnings from Amazon and a boost to the company's stock make its founder, Jeff Bezos, the world's third richest person, according to Forbes.
6:42 am (7 minutes ago)
The Japanese yen jumped more than 2% against US dollar after Bank of Japan keeps rates on hold.
2:34 am (4 hours ago)
Quarterly revenue at Google's parent company Alphabet rises 21.3% after strong mobile advertising sales.
Yesterday 3:07 pm (16 hours ago)
Lloyds Banking Group says it will cut a further 3,000 jobs and close 200 more branches, even as it reports a doubling of pre-tax profits.
Yesterday 4:02 pm (15 hours ago)
The International Monetary Fund was "overly optimistic" about economic growth forecasts for countries that received major bailouts, say independent assessors.
Yesterday 12:30 pm (18 hours ago)
Thomas Cook expects to miss full-year profit targets after terror attacks in Turkey sent holidaymakers elsewhere.
Yesterday 4:35 pm (14 hours ago)
Carmaker giant Ford has reported weaker-than-expected second quarter profits, in the face of stagnant US sales and a tougher market in China.
Yesterday 8:23 am (22 hours ago)
The Brexit effect on the housing market may take months to become clear, the Nationwide says as it reports a slight rise in UK house prices in July.
Yesterday 3:00 pm (16 hours ago)
Pinewood Group is set to sell its film and television studios, including the 007 stage, to a property investor for £323.3m
Yesterday 4:22 pm (14 hours ago)
Software giant Oracle announces it is buying NetSuite, a pioneer of the fast-growing world of cloud computing, in a deal worth $9.3bn.
Yesterday 12:25 pm (18 hours ago)
UK car production jumps more than 10% year-on-year but future growth may be hit if unrestricted access to the European Union is not maintained, the industry warns.
Yesterday 11:20 am (20 hours ago)
The number of people being declared insolvent rises by a fifth on a year ago - but low interest rates mean the total is still comparatively low.
Yesterday 11:27 am (19 hours ago)
Councils should be given the chance to resume their "historic role" as house builders to ease an affordable housing crisis, their lobby group says.
Yesterday 8:56 pm (10 hours ago)
The BBC's Simon Jack explains why we need a new nuclear power station.
Yesterday 9:57 pm (9 hours ago)
Dozens of workers at burger chain Byron have been arrested in raids by immigration officials, dividing social media users.
1:24 am (5 hours ago)
Indonesian Todung Mulya Lubis explains how he became a human rights lawyer.
Wednesday, 4:48 pm
What's the most boring job you've ever had? How about sorting out nuts and bolts, waiting for plastic widgets on a production line - or manually deleting subscribers from a list?
Wednesday, 11:35 pm
In the Indian city of Bangalore, a hostel has opened specifically aimed at young people trying to start their own company.
Tuesday, 12:01 am
Drones delivering our shopping could become a reality across Britain, says the BBC's Transport correspondent Richard Westcott.
Tuesday, 5:06 pm
The journalist Sarfraz Manzoor mourns the end of the VHS video recorder.
Tuesday, 11:01 pm
For young people from poorer backgrounds trying to get work, it's often a case of who you know more than what you know, according to new research.
Yesterday 12:10 pm (19 hours ago)
A Pokemon Go player claims to have become the first to catch all the characters available in the UK.
Yesterday 12:25 pm (18 hours ago)
Owners of smart pet-feeding device Petnet are told to "feed their pets manually" after a server problem stopped the device from working.
12:00 am (7 hours ago)
The results of European bank "stress tests" are being announced later on Friday, with the aim of establishing how well the banks could cope with a new financial shock.
12:08 am (7 hours ago)
Technology has moved on fast since the 2012 London Olympics, particularly in data analytics. But is it giving some countries an unfair advantage?
Yesterday 7:18 pm (12 hours ago)
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?
Yesterday, 12:01 am
A look at a new hostel in India, which claims to be the first in the country aimed specifically at people trying to set up their own businesses.
Yesterday 2:10 pm (17 hours ago)
Liam Fox has been talking about the EU customs union. Why does it matter?
Wednesday, 12:05 am
There is no shortage of companies blaming Brexit for their bad news these days - from job losses to price rises - but is this just a handy excuse?
Wednesday, 4:55 pm
Labour's Owen Smith says the UK is "rapidly becoming the sick man of Europe when it comes to workers' rights". Is he right?
Wednesday, 1:03 am
Every day hundreds of thousands of Britons put their coffee cup into a recycling bin. They're wrong - those cups aren't recyclable.
Wednesday, 12:03 am
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is one of the most ambitious free trade agreements ever signed. But why does it matter?
Wednesday, 12:06 pm
There are strong social divisions in how young people use digital technology at home, according to international research from the OECD.
Tuesday, 12:13 am
Could sticking to the traditional suit at work hamper your career?
Tuesday, 12:05 am
The interconnectivity of people on social media means it is a perfect hunting ground for cybercriminals looking to do harm.
Tuesday, 12:02 am
The UK government's getting together with the retail giant Amazon, to start testing flying drones that can deliver parcels to your door.
Monday, 12:09 am
Whether your children are problems or prodigies, is it damaging to your career to talk about them too much in the workplace?
Monday, 12:13 am
How Gerry Cottle Jr went from being a trapeze artist in his dad's circus to setting up a popular rooftop cinema business.
Friday, July 22nd, 10:08 pm
What will Brexit mean for small towns in Poland that have seen their populations shrink as people left to live and work elsewhere in the EU?
Friday, July 22nd, 3:02 pm
The sister of missing Malaysia Airlines captain Zaharie Shah tells the BBC about her brother's disappearance, and why the story of MH370 must live on.
Friday, July 22nd, 12:09 am
As publishers struggle to attract eyeballs in the face of increasing competition from online content, can artificial intelligence help them?
Thursday, July 21st, 12:23 am
A look at the booming private security industry in the Central American country of Guatemala, where an average of 13 murders are committed every day.
Thursday, July 21st, 12:10 am
Three years have passed since Yahoo bought micro-blogging site Tumblr, but it is not the goldmine it once hoped.
Wednesday, July 20th, 1:24 pm
A lower cost base and partnerships with western universities is helping South Africa to develop online courses for students around the world.
Tuesday, July 19th, 1:31 am
Could F1 and aeronautical tech help Sir Ben Ainslie's 'flying' catamaran win the America's Cup?
Tuesday, July 19th, 12:10 am
Australia has been described as "the lucky country", but is it entrepreneurial spirit or abundant resources that has driven its success?
Tuesday, July 19th, 12:05 am
Google has made headlines for its forays into healthcare but what is its ultimate goal?
Tuesday, July 19th, 3:41 am
The former Chancellor George Osborne peppered media interviews with references to the "Northern Powerhouse" but what's next for the project since his departure?
Friday, July 15th, 12:02 am
Technology that makes audiences feel like they are in the movie, rather than just watching it, is helping cinemas sell more tickets at higher prices.
Monday, July 18th, 4:24 pm
ARM's technology is at the heart of millions of smartphones and tablets - but the company's inventions are used wider still.
Sunday, July 17th, 10:22 pm
A profile of Asian businessman Chatri Sityodtong who made his fortune on Wall Street before setting up fast-growing televised martial arts tournament., One Championship.
Friday, July 15th, 10:19 pm
Food, clothing and electrical items are likely to rise in price as a result of Brexit - but bills may not go up until next year
Thursday, July 14th, 4:28 pm
It's early days for Pokemon Go, but some believe the app marks a turning point in mobile video games.