18 Sep 2016 6:59:26
Australia's biggest banks have been among the world's most profitable, but face allegations of rate-rigging and anti-competitive behaviour. Are their golden years over?
Visegrad Group of EU states 'could veto Brexit deal'
17 Sep 2016 2:05:03
A group of Central European countries is ready to veto any Brexit deal that would limit right to work in the UK, Slovakian PM Robert Fico says.
Protests in Germany against transatlantic TTIP and CETA trade deals
17 Sep 2016 5:24:38
Tens of thousands of people have been protesting in cities across Germany against proposed transatlantic trade deals between the EU and the US and Canada.
Car testing: How to perform a 'corkscrew'
17 Sep 2016 0:52:53
BBC News visits a car test centre that has invested in new kit to flip over vehicles at speed.
Forgotten funeral plans
16 Sep 2016 1:16:18
Older people are increasingly saving their loved ones from the cost of a funeral by paying in advance - but many families are unaware because they are scared to talk about death.
Solar-powered tuk-tuk completes India to UK trip
16 Sep 2016 7:33:11
Engineer Naveen Rabelli has completed a 6,000 mile journey from India to the UK in a solar-powered tuk-tuk.
Why some people are more altruistic than others | Abigail Marsh
16 Sep 2016 4:47:18
Why do some people do selfless things, helping other people even at risk to their own well-being? Psychology researcher Abigail Marsh studies the motivations of people who do extremely altruistic acts, like donating a kidney to a complete stranger. Are their brains just different?
Mark Carney describes 'toughest day' as Bank governor
16 Sep 2016 3:36:20
Dealing with the immediate result of the Brexit referendum produced Mark Carney's "toughest day" in his job, the Bank of England governor says.
How Indonesia's rare birds are facing extinction
16 Sep 2016 2:43:12
A BBC team finds rare Java hawks for sale, as environmentalists say more must be done to tackle Indonesia's illegal bird trade.
Kenya's mobile-controlled greenhouses
16 Sep 2016 1:34:54
The band of entrepreneurs who believe pairing farming with technology could secure the future of Kenya's agricultural economy.
Uber starts mapping UK city streets
16 Sep 2016 1:34:27
Uber is collecting street images for its own maps of the UK cities in which it operates, starting with London.
Two charged over video game gambling site
16 Sep 2016 1:08:40
Two men are charged with offences under the Gambling Act in what is believed to be the first prosecution involving betting on video games.
Pizza, dogs and Bake-Off: what Mark Carney really likes
16 Sep 2016 0:36:17
Bank of England governor Mark Carney answers quick-fire questions from schoolchildren about his likes and dislikes.
The gig economy: Opportunity or threat?
16 Sep 2016 0:34:13
Colm O'Regan looks at the growing number of people undertaking temporary, short-term work.
New adverts to encourage bank switching
16 Sep 2016 9:38:53
A new campaign is being launched to persuade more people to switch bank accounts - because not enough people are doing so.
Singapore F1 Grand Prix roars on despite Zika fears
16 Sep 2016 8:53:07
Singapore is hosting the Formula 1 Grand Prix for a ninth year amid concerns about a Zika outbreak and recently foiled terror plot.
Hinkley Point: George Osborne says new deal is unchanged
16 Sep 2016 8:51:28
Former Chancellor George Osborne says the new agreement over the Hinkley Point nuclear power station is "pretty much" the same as before.
Executive pay to be investigated by MPs
16 Sep 2016 8:27:15
MPs launch an inquiry into corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, worker representation in the boardroom and the lack of women in senior positions.
FTSE 100 falls as bank shares knocked by Deutsche case
16 Sep 2016 8:17:29
The London market opens lower, with bank shares hit after Deutsche Bank says it is facing a $14bn penalty to settle a probe into mortgage-backed securities.
ScottishPower to offer bundles of energy to customers
16 Sep 2016 7:32:04
ScottishPower customers will soon be able to buy gas and electricity in bundles of days rather than signing up to standard tariffs or fixed price deals.
Scotch whisky exports 'up for first time in three years'
16 Sep 2016 5:54:49
The amount of Scotch whisky sold overseas increases for the first time since 2013, according the latest industry figures.
US regulators order recall of 1m Samsung Note 7 phones
16 Sep 2016 1:45:20
US safety regulators announce a formal recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone after battery issues lead to overheating and the phone catching fire.
Indian firms hit by Hanjin bankruptcy
16 Sep 2016 1:36:03
Indian exporters that used Hanjin Shipping's vessels to send goods around the world are concerned about stranded cargo and shipping competition.
US bankers: 'Brexit impact global'
16 Sep 2016 1:01:17
US bankers write to US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew asking him to push for transparent Brexit negotiations in the interests of market stability.
Northern Powerhouse: George Osborne to chair new think tank
16 Sep 2016 0:51:56
Former Chancellor George Osborne says he will "focus his political energies" on taking forward his "Northern Powerhouse" plan as chairman of a new think tank.