Hard Brexit 'could cost financial sector £38bn'
05 Oct 2016 8:16:15
The financial industry could lose up to £38bn and up to 75,000 jobs if the UK quits the single market, a report says.
FTSE 100 slides and pound hits fresh low
05 Oct 2016 7:44:41
The pound falls further against the dollar hits a five-year low against the euro, while the FTSE 100 share index opens lower.
Great car, but where do you put your drink?
05 Oct 2016 7:31:54
When it comes to using a car, there are more important issues than the size of the engine and the colour of the paint - as Theo Leggett has been finding out.
'Significant opportunities' for low-carbon cities
05 Oct 2016 6:49:25
Switching to a low-carbon economy offers cities "significant economic opportunities" if they can collaborate with the private sector, an assessment suggests.
Supermarket Tesco sees sales rise again
05 Oct 2016 6:42:32
Sales at Tesco rose 1% in the first half of the year and the supermarket says it is on track to make full-year operating profits of £1.2bn.
Crossrail's tunnels have tracks
05 Oct 2016 4:09:52
The rails are laid where we flew a drone through Europe's biggest engineering project.
Synthetic rhino horn ready 'in two years'
05 Oct 2016 1:54:20
The man behind attempts to develop synthetic rhino horn has told the BBC that he hopes to have a "bio-identical" product on the market in two years.
UK's chatty fish to be recorded
05 Oct 2016 1:35:51
A new study aims to assess whether the seas around Britain have now got so noisy that fish species like cod and haddock have difficulty communicating with each other.
Ex-Tesla rival Fisker rejoins electric car race
05 Oct 2016 1:24:10
Tesla's former rival in pioneering electric cars, Henrik Fisker, has re-entered the electric car market with two new models.
Is China tougher on foreign firms?
05 Oct 2016 1:07:59
China is notoriously tough for foreign firms to crack, but is it making it deliberately difficult?
Chasing the Sun
04 Oct 2016 3:52:26
Astronomer Annie Maunder achieved many firsts in her lifetime, but her story has slipped from history.
Waiting to learn
04 Oct 2016 3:24:07
Millions more teachers will need to be recruited around the world by 2030 if international pledges on education are to be kept, says Unesco.
04 Oct 2016 3:22:43
As global income distribution has shifted in the two decades up to 2008, the BBC's Andrew Walker looks at one economist's graph that sets out to explain it all - and explains why it's called the "elephant graph".
04 Oct 2016 3:21:32
Three months after the Brexit vote, France's financial regulator is receiving a steady stream of enquiries from London-based companies about the possibilities of relocation.
Which report: UK 'lags behind' London on 4G coverage
04 Oct 2016 3:08:38
A Which report into the state of UK broadband finds that the rest of the UK is lagging behind London when it comes to accessing 4G data services.
Low paid 'miss out on flexible working'
04 Oct 2016 3:07:51
The less you earn, the less likely you are to work flexibly, new research suggests.
Pension savers left to fend for themselves, says TUC
04 Oct 2016 3:06:48
More than 300,000 pension savers a year are being left to fend for themselves when they retire, says the TUC
Jockeys urged to avoid High Street banks by PJA after frauds
04 Oct 2016 2:12:53
Jockeys in the UK are advised to move their money out of High Street banks, after a string of frauds dating back more than two years.
Google Home: Hands on with voice-activated speaker
04 Oct 2016 9:48:01
Dave Lee gets a first look at Google's voice-controlled speaker.
Nobel laureate: 'Follow your dreams'
04 Oct 2016 8:59:55
Professor Duncane Haldane is one of three British-born scientists to win the Nobel Prize for Physics.
Yahoo 'secretly scanned emails for US authorities'
04 Oct 2016 8:47:01
Yahoo secretly scanned millions of its users' email accounts on behalf of the US government, according to a report by Reuters news agency.
Theresa May insists UK economy can withstand Brexit turbulence
04 Oct 2016 8:12:25
Theresa May insists the UK economy remains strong despite Brexit concerns which have hit the pound and seen growth forecasts for 2017 reduced.
The British police targeting bird poachers in Cyprus
04 Oct 2016 7:21:17
The British authorities in Cyprus are doubling the number of officers targeting illegal songbird trapping on British military territory on the island.
Google Pixel phones and Home speaker take on Siri and Echo
04 Oct 2016 7:14:16
Google unveils two phones and a voice-activated speaker, both powered by its new virtual assistant.
UK police tackle Cyprus bird poachers
04 Oct 2016 7:13:15
The UK authorities in Cyprus are doubling the number of officers targeting illegal songbird trapping on British military territory.