Australia's 7-Eleven heads resign
30 Sep 2015 8:02:35
Australia's 7-Eleven convenience store chain sees its chief executive and chairman resign amid a worker exploitation scandal.
Sainsbury's sees sales fall again
30 Sep 2015 6:42:53
Sainsbury's reports another fall in like-for-like sales, but the supermarket group says profits will be a bit better than expected.
Annual house price growth 'picks up'
30 Sep 2015 6:30:46
The annual pace of UK house price growth picked up to 3.8% in September, according to the Nationwide building society.
China fines Bombardier over venture
30 Sep 2015 3:51:07
China fines Canadian train maker Bombardier and a local unit of train giant CRRC for setting up a joint venture without government approval.
Asian shares recover from losses
30 Sep 2015 1:50:49
Asian markets head mostly higher, recovering from the previous session's steep losses as investors' tried to regain confidence.
Has Indonesia's president delivered?
30 Sep 2015 1:30:47
The Indonesian people are known for being patient and forgiving - but President Joko Widodo will need to act quickly and decisively to ensure he doesn't lose their support.
VIDEO: Will China loosen its Facebook policy?
29 Sep 2015 3:49:20
Facebook's boss met China's President Xi Jinping and spoke to him in Mandarin at a meeting last week. But Facebook remains banned in China - what are chances China will loosen its rules?
VIDEO: Has Indonesia's president brought growth?
29 Sep 2015 3:40:31
A year ago, the Indonesian president Joko Widodo swept to power promising to boost growth through infrastructure and foreign investment - how has he done?
Ralph Lauren steps down as company boss
29 Sep 2015 3:28:30
The designer Ralph Lauren is to step down as the head of the luxury fashion company he founded nearly 50 years ago, but will remain in other senior roles.
Greek tragedy for education opportunities
29 Sep 2015 3:14:10
Debt crisis has been 'catastrophe' for Greek students
AB InBev and the craft beer challenge
29 Sep 2015 3:11:49
The mega-breweries face a growing challenge from craft beers
Could the government save SSI steel?
29 Sep 2015 3:09:35
Could the government save SSI steel at Redcar?
EU plan to tap funds across Europe
29 Sep 2015 3:05:27
New plans that could help business tap investment across Europe are to be outlined by Britain's EU Commissioner on Wednesday.
Pension system 'needs reform'
29 Sep 2015 3:02:53
The pension system in its current form fails to provide an incentive for people to save, accountancy firms PwC argues.
Record fine for nuisance calls firm
29 Sep 2015 3:01:52
A firm has been handed a record fine for nuisance calls after making more than six million automated calls in a solar panel marketing campaign.
'US China deal will not end hacks'
29 Sep 2015 2:22:16
The top US intelligence official tells a Senate hearing he doesn't think an agreement between the US and China will protect businesses from cyberattacks.
How tiny killer flies pounce on prey
29 Sep 2015 1:55:13
Scientists record the first video footage of tiny killer flies catching prey in mid-air, in a study of how the creatures pick their targets.
Science leaders make investment case
29 Sep 2015 1:55:08
Leading figures in the scientific community argue for a lift in public research spending to boost the British economy.
VIDEO: Tiny killer fly caught on camera
29 Sep 2015 1:41:46
Neuroscientists have recorded the first video footage of a tiny killer fly catching its prey in mid-air.
Volkswagen staff 'acted criminally'
29 Sep 2015 0:41:44
Olaf Lies, a Volkswagen board member and economy minister of Lower Saxony has told Newsnight some staff acted criminally over emission cheat tests.
VIDEO: Bank of England boss warns on global warming
29 Sep 2015 0:35:46
The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, tells the BBC global warming could become one of the biggest risks to economic stability in the future.
Bank's Carney warns on climate change
29 Sep 2015 9:18:48
The Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns the world must wake up to the risks posed by climate change.
London taxi rules would 'end Uber'
29 Sep 2015 8:37:15
Uber says a consultation on private hire regulation could spell an end to the way the taxi-hailing app operates.
Morocco halts Ikea store opening
29 Sep 2015 7:42:36
Morocco blocks the opening of Ikea's first store in the country, reportedly over Sweden's support for the disputed Western Sahara territory.
Bild owner to buy Business Insider
29 Sep 2015 7:07:43
German publisher, Axel Springer, agrees to buy a controlling stake in the US news website Business Insider for $343m (£226m).