Louis Vuitton handbags 'cheapest in London' after Brexit vote
12 Oct 2016 5:16:25
According to Deloitte, the UK has the most affordable luxury goods market in the world due to the Brexit-liked fall in the pound
What does Uber's employment case mean?
12 Oct 2016 5:15:18
An employment tribunal in London is to hand down what could be a seminal judgement in a case that could have wide-ranging implications.
Art can heal PTSD's invisible wounds | Melissa Walker
12 Oct 2016 5:09:02
Trauma silences its victims, says creative arts therapist Melissa Walker, but art can help those suffering from the psychological wounds of war begin to open up and heal. In this inspiring talk, Walker describes how mask-making, in particular, allows afflicted servicemen and women reveal what haunts them -- and, finally, start to let it go.
Heathrow accused by cleaners over living wage deal
12 Oct 2016 4:55:40
Cleaners at Heathrow have written to the airport's boss saying they are not getting a living wage agreed in plans for a third runway.
The secondary market for sneakers is booming
12 Oct 2016 2:55:35
Did you know that the secondary market for sneakers is now estimated to be worth a billion dollars?
PMQs: Corbyn and May on EU and Single Market access
12 Oct 2016 2:39:08
The Labour leader asks the prime minister about the UK's future relations with the EU.
Concentrix: Tax credits firm in 'data protection breach'
12 Oct 2016 2:37:23
Facebook campaign group Concentrix Mums believe around 100 claimants have been sent information such as bank statements, self assessment details and National Insurance numbers of others.
Virus stole poison genes from black widow spider
12 Oct 2016 2:28:57
A virus stole the gene coding for the poison of black widow spiders, scientists have found.
Bangladesh's Sonali bank fined £3.3m
12 Oct 2016 1:50:32
The UK operations of Bangladesh's biggest bank, Sonali Bank, have been banned from accepting deposits from any new customers for 24 weeks.
Childcare costs 'hit mortgage applicants'
12 Oct 2016 0:53:14
Parents are asking family and friends to look after their children to reduce childcare costs while they apply for a mortgage, a survey suggests.
Lloyds Banking Group axes 1,200 jobs
12 Oct 2016 0:48:00
Lloyds Banking Group is cutting 1,230 jobs as part of the strategic plan announced in October 2014 to cut costs and improve returns for shareholders.
Ericsson warns of 94% dive in profit as sales fall
12 Oct 2016 0:23:12
Shares in Ericsson have dived after the Swedish telecoms company warned profits would be down by 94% for the third quarter.
Premier Foods' gravy and pudding sales hit by hot weather
12 Oct 2016 0:08:29
Unusually warm weather in September hit sales of gravy and puddings, according to Premier Foods, the owner of the Bisto and Mr Kipling brands.
Pound steadies after recent slump
12 Oct 2016 9:41:58
The pound recovers some of its recent losses, with analysts attributing the gains to the promise of a Commons debate on the Brexit process.
'Lower rise' in living wage expected next year
12 Oct 2016 6:53:15
Weak pay growth in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the EU is set to reduce the expected rise in the National Living Wage by 10p an hour, the Resolution Foundation forecasts.
Monarch airline wins £165m investment from Greybull
12 Oct 2016 6:30:00
Struggling budget airline Monarch announces a £165m investment from majority shareholder Greybull Capital.
Samsung shares slide further after Note 7 crisis
12 Oct 2016 1:35:58
Shares in Samsung fall further on Tuesday after the smartphone maker said it would scrap production of its flagship Note 7 model.
Uber employment tribunal has 'big implications'
12 Oct 2016 1:22:20
The BBC's John Moylan explains why an employment tribunal about workers' rights at the taxi-app firm Uber could have big implications.
Monarch: Deadline looms for troubled airline
11 Oct 2016 3:22:36
The low-cost airline Monarch has until midnight on Wednesday to put its finances in order so that it can retain its licence to operate.
One big chance
11 Oct 2016 3:20:23
A school in India that offers an elite education for poor rural families receives 250,000 applications for 200 places.
Hedge your bets
11 Oct 2016 3:16:47
Anthony Reuben answers a reader's question.
Chicxulub 'dinosaur crater' investigation begins in earnest
11 Oct 2016 1:22:06
Scientists begin examining rocks drilled from the crater dug out of Earth's crust by the asteroid impact that killed off the dinosaurs.
Pound falls further against the euro and the dollar
11 Oct 2016 8:45:51
The pound has extended its losses against both the dollar and the euro in late trading on Tuesday.
More than a fire row
11 Oct 2016 6:55:54
Problems for technology giant Samsung may go beyond a smart-phone that catches fire, as the BBC's Stephen Evans explains.
US to work with private firms on Mars plan
11 Oct 2016 6:12:39
President Barack Obama says the US will work with private companies on its plan to send humans to Mars in the 2030s.