What it's like to be a parent in a war zone | Aala El-Khani
10 Feb 2017 5:49:37
How do parents protect their children and help them feel secure again when their homes are ripped apart by war? In this warm-hearted talk, psychologist Aala El-Khani shares her work supporting -- and learning from -- refugee families affected by the civil war in Syria. She asks: How can we help these loving parents give their kids the warm, secure parenting they most need?
BA cabin crew to stage new four day strike over pay
10 Feb 2017 5:39:46
The Unite union announces more industrial action in a continuing BA pay dispute.
Is India's Infosys in a Tata-style battle?
10 Feb 2017 4:16:48
The larger question is what all this means for the global perception of Indian companies.
Mozambique's lucrative ruby mines
10 Feb 2017 3:43:26
Half of the world's rubies are mined in Mozambique but operations are not without their challenges.
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins on losing legal case
10 Feb 2017 1:58:00
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins says they're very likely to appeal after losing a significant court case.
British Gas freezing its energy prices until August
10 Feb 2017 1:43:56
British Gas freezes gas and electricity tariffs until August while Scottish Power raises its prices.
Plumber wins workers' rights battle against Pimlico Plumbers
10 Feb 2017 1:38:17
The case is the latest to consider the rights of workers and their status with a company that hires them.
10 Feb 2017 1:16:47
What is the so-called "gig" economy, a phrase increasingly associated with employment disputes?
Disney to buy most of Euro Disney
10 Feb 2017 1:12:40
Disney will plough 1.5bn euros (£1.28bn) into the company and aims to buy out private investors.
UK manufacturing ended 2016 strongly
10 Feb 2017 0:58:36
Manufacturing sector growth was stronger than expected in December, while the trade deficit narrowed.
Prince's music coming to streaming this Sunday
10 Feb 2017 9:49:05
After months of rumour, it's been confirmed Prince's music will become available to stream this weekend.
FTSE 100 rises as China data lifts miners
10 Feb 2017 9:21:32
Strong trade data from China lifts metal prices, pushing up mining shares and boosting the wider market.
French carmaker Renault reports record revenues
10 Feb 2017 8:32:13
A revamp of Renault's model range helps the carmaker overtake rival Peugeot Citroen.
Reckitt Benckiser buys baby formula firm Mead Johnson
10 Feb 2017 7:54:24
The UK-based maker of Durex and Dettol says the $16.6bn purchase will help it to expand in China.
Taiwan: The place Uber couldn't crack
10 Feb 2017 7:47:09
Why has the taxi-booking service stopped its operations on the island, and will it get back on the road?
Wall Street Journal a bright spot as News Corp reports loss
10 Feb 2017 2:53:41
A demand for "accurate and timely journalism" is one bright spot for media empire News Corp as it reports a quarterly loss.
Universal Music in private Prince songs deal
10 Feb 2017 1:58:37
The world's largest music label will be able to release much of the late star's private archive.
Sound of crickets 'could become a thing of the past'
10 Feb 2017 0:42:57
A quarter of Europe's cricket and grasshopper species are being driven to extinction, say experts.
The businesswomen in Nigeria making money out of moi moi
10 Feb 2017 0:42:34
Two businesswomen in Nigeria describe what it's like to run their businesses in a country where 40% of women are entrepreneurs.
'A small sacrifice'
10 Feb 2017 0:12:28
Some company bosses are going to extremes to raise money for charity, but should they do more?
Should firms do more for charity?
10 Feb 2017 0:11:53
Many firms believe in the value of charitable activity, but what's the best way for firms to give back?
10 Feb 2017 0:05:21
How roboticists and programmers are trying to make their creations more empathetic and "human".
One-fifth of rail passengers buy wrong tickets from machines
10 Feb 2017 0:02:28
The rail regulator says firms should refund people who overpay for tickets from self-service machines.
Indian airlines flying high
09 Feb 2017 3:49:15
Air passenger traffic in India grew by 23% last year and the country's airlines are having to expand quickly to take advantage of the growth.
Why don't the Japanese buy US cars?
09 Feb 2017 3:44:31
US carmakers export hardly any cars to Japan, something that annoys President Trump, but why is this the case? The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes explores.