Money lenders face tougher rules
28 Feb 2014 1:32:32
A much tougher approach to the regulation of money lending is being promised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
AUDIO: BA profits 'increase significantly'
28 Feb 2014 1:28:05
IAG chief executive Willie Walsh discusses the company's 2013 profits, fuelled by BA and Spanish budget airline Vueling.
MtGox files for bankruptcy
28 Feb 2014 1:08:52
The troubled MtGox bitcoin exchange has filed for bankruptcy protection, reports say.
Cyprus bailout hit as bill fails
28 Feb 2014 1:06:40
International efforts to bail out Cyprus' debt-laden economy have been thrown into doubt after its parliament rejected a key part of the plan.
Rupert Soames to leave Aggreko
28 Feb 2014 0:31:40
Rupert Soames is to leave engineering firm Aggreko after 11 years to take up the chief executive role at Serco Group.
BA owner flies back into profit
28 Feb 2014 9:52:25
British Airways owner IAG bounced back into profit in 2013, fuelled by BA and Spanish budget airline Vueling.
House price rises at four-year high
28 Feb 2014 7:34:25
House prices rose by 0.6% in February, a 9.4% increase on the same month in 2013, Nationwide says.
Qantas meets unions over 5,000 cuts
28 Feb 2014 6:58:01
Qantas meets unions anxious about 5,000 job cuts, while rival Virgin posts a half-year loss citing tough conditions across the airline industry.
Sahara chief Subrata Roy arrested
28 Feb 2014 6:54:43
One of India's most flamboyant tycoons, Subrata Roy, surrenders to the police and is arrested, officials say.
Crackdown on fake shares fraudsters
28 Feb 2014 6:00:24
More than 100 people are arrested in the biggest ever crackdown on fake share deals - so-called "boiler room" fraud - led by City of London Police.
Badger culls were 'ineffective'
28 Feb 2014 5:01:34
Analysis of last year's pilot badger culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire has concluded they were ineffective and inhumane, the BBC understands.
Gamblers to set limits on machines
28 Feb 2014 4:02:32
Gamblers in England and Wales will soon be able to set their own limits on time and money spent on gaming machines under a new industry code of conduct.
VIDEO: Malaysian billionaire talks soccer
28 Feb 2014 3:05:40
Malaysian billionaire Vincent Tan gives a rare and exclusive interview to the BBC about his troubled foray into soccer.
VIDEO: Workers hit out at Qantas job cuts
28 Feb 2014 2:40:36
Australian workers criticise Qantas Airways' management as they plan to meet the airline's executives over plans to cut 5,000 jobs.
VIDEO: India GDP to reach near decade-low
28 Feb 2014 1:39:07
India's latest economic growth figures are expected to reach a near decade-low, but what does the slowdown mean for ordinary people?
Frolick and Yap to solve climate change?
28 Feb 2014 0:59:58
Could developing countries' laws fix climate change?
Longest aircraft unveiled in UK
28 Feb 2014 0:52:45
How the world's longest aircraft was built
Lotus F1 Team looks to tech to win
28 Feb 2014 0:20:30
Lotus F1, technology, and the quest for trophies
Energy firms told to hand back £400m
28 Feb 2014 0:11:41
Energy regulator Ofgem will tell the "big six" suppliers to hand back more than £400m of credit in customer's closed accounts, the BBC learns.
World's longest aircraft unveiled in UK
28 Feb 2014 0:09:31
World's longest aircraft is unveiled in UK
VIDEO: Lego CEO on 'secret of business'
27 Feb 2014 3:09:30
As Danish toymaker Lego reports a 11% rise in sales in 2013, company CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp tells the BBC's Aaron Heslehurst he is ''very excited'' about the Lego movie.
Northern Lights illuminate the UK
27 Feb 2014 1:55:34
The Aurora Borealis, better known as the Northern Lights, is giving spectacular displays over parts of the UK, lighting up skies from Essex to south Wales
An Australian hero's story of survival
27 Feb 2014 1:20:00
A hero’s astonishing 500km trek to safety
VIDEO: Large crack appears on top of cliff
27 Feb 2014 0:00:24
A 30ft (9.1m) crack appears along the cliff top at Birling Gap in East Sussex.
Spain begins Bankia privatisation
27 Feb 2014 9:58:15
Spain's government starts selling part of its stake in nationalised lender Bankia, which was saved by an 18bn-euro bailout two years ago.