Libor rigging trial: Former Barclays bankers jailed
07 Jul 2016 4:38:17
Four former Barclays bankers are ordered to serve jail terms for rigging the Libor interest rate.
'Cheapest smartphone' Freedom 251 ready to deliver
07 Jul 2016 4:30:57
Indian technology firm Ringing Bells has announced that the first 5,000 units of the "world's cheapest smartphone" are ready to deliver.
The final image sent by doomed Japanese Hitomi satellite
07 Jul 2016 3:32:22
A doomed Japanese satellite managed to capture a spectacular view of a cluster of galaxies 250 million light years away just before it died, scientists reveal.
Mortgage rates fall to record lows, ahead of rate cut
07 Jul 2016 1:39:36
Mortgage rates are continuing to creep downwards, as the City bets on a cut in interest rates next week.
Giant panda cub tries to find his feet
07 Jul 2016 1:37:08
A month-old male giant panda cub in Belgium's Pairi Daiza wildlife park is growing fast and gaining weight - but still not quite standing up.
L&G makes a further 10% cut in its property fund
07 Jul 2016 1:12:24
Turmoil continues in the UK property sector as Legal & General cuts the value of its fund by 10%.
France Telecom suicides: Prosecutor calls for bullying trial
07 Jul 2016 0:42:25
After a lengthy inquiry into a wave of suicides at France Telecom, prosecutors call for its former head and other key figures to be put on trial for bullying.
Manchester City sign first e-sports player
07 Jul 2016 0:31:10
Manchester City Football Club sign a new recruit - but one who will never actually set foot on the pitch.
UK industrial and manufacturing output dips during May
07 Jul 2016 0:09:53
UK industrial output fell by 0.5% in May compared with April, raising concerns about its prospects following the EU referendum.
UK economy increasingly reliant on London tax, report finds
07 Jul 2016 9:38:10
The UK's economy has become increasingly reliant on the taxes paid by Londoners over the last decade, researchers find.
House price growth eases to 8.4%, says Halifax
07 Jul 2016 8:39:22
Annual house price growth eased to 8.4% in the month of June, the lowest rate in a year, according to the Halifax, the UK's largest mortgage lender.
Cautious green light for fracking
07 Jul 2016 8:32:57
The government’s climate change advisors have given a cautious green light to fracking in the UK.
Sports Direct profits dented by negative publicity
07 Jul 2016 8:24:36
Profits fall sharply at Sports Direct because of negative publicity about its working conditions and a tough High Street environment.
UN: Global fish consumption per capita hits record high
07 Jul 2016 8:15:44
Global per capita fish consumption passes the 20kg per year mark for the first time, but natural marine resources continue to be overfished, UN data shows.
Meals on wheels: Could a robot soon deliver your takeaway?
07 Jul 2016 7:59:00
Could a robot soon be delivering your meals and groceries?
London shares open almost 1% higher
07 Jul 2016 7:30:09
Shares in London open almost 1% higher and the pound makes modest gains - but remains around a 31-year low.
Marks and Spencer clothing sales plunge in first quarter
07 Jul 2016 6:35:46
Marks and Spencer says like-for-like sales at its clothing arm fell by 8.9% in the first quarter, as a "weak market" and fewer promotions hit sales.
Tata Steel 'to pause' Port Talbot sale
07 Jul 2016 5:59:25
Tata Steel is expected to announce on Friday that it will pause the sales process of most of its UK business, the BBC understands.
What is the Libor scandal?
07 Jul 2016 5:58:31
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has said it will seek a retrial of two former Barclays traders over their involvement in the Libor rate-rigging scandal.
Conservation heartbreak for endangered bird
07 Jul 2016 5:57:02
How a celebrated milestone for the spoon-billed sandpiper turned to sadness.
Samsung expects most profitable quarter in over two years
07 Jul 2016 4:24:03
Samsung Electronics expects to post its most profitable quarter in more than two years because of strong sales of its flagship S7 line of smartphones.
Asian markets shrug off as Fed minutes show fading rate hike prospects
07 Jul 2016 0:41:25
Asian markets shrug off the latest Federal Reserve minutes showing that prospects of an interest rate hike have diminished.
Sea worm fossil gives clues to 'common ancestor'
06 Jul 2016 3:52:35
Fossils of a sea worm that lived on the ocean floor about 500 million years ago are giving new insights into how early creatures evolved.
A brief history of the mobile phone
06 Jul 2016 3:36:17
BBC Rewind takes a brief look at the history of the mobile phone.
06 Jul 2016 3:31:20
Dr Ginni Mansberg is a television celebrity, author, columnist, businesswoman and mother. She tells the BBC's Katie Beck how she built her dream career from scratch.