Messaging app Line set to raise up to $1.3bn in IPO
11 Jul 2016 6:53:01
Japanese messaging app Line is set to raise up to $1.3bn when it lists its shares in New York and Tokyo later this week.
Japan shares higher on PM Abe election victory
11 Jul 2016 0:43:13
Japanese shares are trading higher on Monday after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government claimed a major election victory over the weekend.
George Osborne pledges a 'more global-facing Britain'
11 Jul 2016 0:32:25
George Osborne vows to create a "more outward-looking, global-facing Britain" following the UK vote to leave the European Union.
Theresa May vows to put Conservative Party 'at service' of working people
11 Jul 2016 0:30:14
Theresa May will promise to put workers on the boards of major companies and curb excess corporate pay, as she starts her party leadership campaign.
Brexit uncertainty has hit UK business says BDO
10 Jul 2016 3:50:18
Uncertainty around Brexit has dragged UK business output and optimism to three-year lows, a new report suggests.
10 Jul 2016 3:17:17
Radiation levels in the Pacific are almost back to their pre-Fukushima levels (except around Fukishima itself), and are expected to have fully recovered by 2020.
Southern rail services cut from timetable as dispute continues
10 Jul 2016 3:16:14
Hundreds of Southern rail services are temporarily axed under an amended timetable brought in from midnight in response to months of disruption.
10 Jul 2016 3:10:29
Battered by low oil prices as well as drought, Bakersfield, California longs to be great again.
Tragedy and triumph
10 Jul 2016 3:09:49
How Daniele Henkel escaped Algeria before the start of its civil war, and started a health and beauty business in Canada that made her a multi-millionaire.
National Living Wage has not led to job losses - survey
10 Jul 2016 3:08:52
Employers have responded to the new National Living Wage by raising prices or reducing profits rather than cutting jobs, according to a new survey.
Curtain raises for Farnborough Airshow
10 Jul 2016 3:06:09
If you have any interest in the aviation at all there's only one place to be today, Farnborough! The BBC's Aaroon Heselhurst takes a preview tour.
Air industry ready for Farnborough show
10 Jul 2016 3:05:58
The Farnborough Airshow opens in the UK on Monday at a time of challenge for the aviation industry. Aaron Heslehurst explains.
India's temples urged to share their gold
10 Jul 2016 3:05:04
The Indian government wants to take temple gold out of the vaults and put it into the economy.
Deutsche Boerse may drop LSE approval levels
10 Jul 2016 1:58:42
Deutsche Boerse says it is considering lowering the approval threshold for its proposed merger with the London Stock Exchange from 75%.
Researchers make 'first discovery' of Philistine cemetery
10 Jul 2016 6:09:20
Archaeologists in Israel say they hope the discovery of a Philistine cemetery will shed new light on the mysterious migrant people.
China warns on global economy and says G20 must lead
10 Jul 2016 8:48:51
China's commerce minister says the outlook remains grim for the global economy despite it having overcome the impact of the 2008 financial crisis.
Two-day RMT strike begins on ScotRail
10 Jul 2016 8:47:52
Members of the RMT union working for ScotRail start another two-day strike over the introduction of additional services without guards.
09 Jul 2016 3:55:04
The death of a much-loved pet inspired one woman to find her dream job with an internet start-up company.
Banking is tanking
09 Jul 2016 3:50:45
Italy's banks, struggling with a burden of bad debt, are the latest trouble spot for the eurozone.
Dig to uncover rare undisturbed Bronze Age burial
09 Jul 2016 7:50:53
An archaeological dig is under way on what experts say is a very rare undisturbed Bronze Age burial mound in Lancashire.
'Golden chance' to rethink Scots economy
09 Jul 2016 5:46:05
Supporters of Scottish independence have a "golden opportunity" the wake of the Brexit vote, according to a critic of the 2014 plans.
New arrivals reach International Space Station
09 Jul 2016 5:05:45
Russian, American and Japanese astronauts enter the International Space Station.
Uncertainty for Tata Steel workers as sale of plant postponed
08 Jul 2016 1:47:18
Tata Steel has announced it is to postpone plans to sell some of its UK operations, including the Port Talbot plant.
In a jam
08 Jul 2016 1:40:51
Will we still be able to rely on seasonal workers from Eastern Europe to bring in the strawberry harvest?
08 Jul 2016 1:35:12
The world's aerospace and defence industry descends on Farnborough this week with a display of civil and military hardware - but with an expectation of fewer orders.