VIDEO: First train service for Indian state
13 Mar 2015 6:51:20
What difference will this rail link make to the economy? Ashleigh Nghiem reports.
Tata Steel workers in strike ballot
13 Mar 2015 6:22:13
Unions representing Tata Steel workers prepare to ballot members over industrial action after the firm announced a plan to close their pension scheme.
Egypt reveals 'new capital' plans
13 Mar 2015 5:56:22
A new website reveals Egypt's plans to build a new administrative and business capital, on the outskirts of Cairo, which will house up to five million residents.
VIDEO: Scepticism over new Zimbabwe coins
13 Mar 2015 5:29:38
The Zimbabwean government has reintroduced its own currency, but people are reluctant to use it.
French prosecutor seeks HSBC trial
13 Mar 2015 5:16:49
The French financial prosecutor's office demands that HSBC's Swiss private bank face a criminal trial for tax evasion.
Linda Hill: How to manage for collective creativity
13 Mar 2015 4:58:39
What's the secret to unlocking the creativity hidden inside your daily work, and giving every great idea a chance? Harvard professor Linda Hill, co-author of "Collective Genius," has studied some of the world's most creative companies to come up with a set of tools and tactics to keep great ideas flowing -- from everyone in the company, not just the designated "creatives."
Police warning over Budget leaks
13 Mar 2015 4:58:26
The top civil servant at the Treasury warns staff that he will not hesitate to call in the police if any of them leak details from the Budget.
VIDEO: Ghana's unreliable power supply
13 Mar 2015 4:42:28
Generation and delivery problems in Ghana's electricity industry is causing a big problem, as the BBC's Sammy Darko reports.
Global CO2 emissions 'stalled'
13 Mar 2015 4:34:13
The growth in global carbon emissions stalled last year, according to data from the International Energy Agency.
Greek debt talks too slow - EC chief
13 Mar 2015 2:50:38
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has criticised the pace of progress in talks over Greece's debt, since last month's interim deal.
Pensions: 'Don't book a cruise yet'
13 Mar 2015 2:21:35
People planning to cash in their pension savings under new rules taking effect have been warned "not to book the cruise now".
Russia cuts rates as crisis eases
13 Mar 2015 2:07:11
Russia's central bank cut its key interest rate by one percentage point to 14%, as concerns over inflation recede.
VIDEO: China's wealthiest - in 90 seconds
13 Mar 2015 0:57:25
Who are the richest people in China and how did they become wealthy?
Care workers not paid minimum wage
13 Mar 2015 0:25:26
One of the largest care providers in the UK has not been paying its staff the minimum wage, says an internal company document.
Homegrown tea served in Scots hotel
13 Mar 2015 9:46:56
Edinburgh's five-star Balmoral Hotel is to serve Scotland's first cup of homegrown tea - from a plantation in Perthshire.
'Long struggle' warning on climate
13 Mar 2015 9:37:32
America’s chief climate negotiator, Todd Stern, says the Paris summit will not solve climate change - just set nations on the right path.
Seed index hope for African farmers
13 Mar 2015 9:21:38
An initiative called the African Seed Access Index is launched to help improve smallholder farmers' access to a wider variety of food crop seeds.
JD Wetherspoon profits up 4.1%
13 Mar 2015 8:51:33
Pub chain JD Wetherspoon sees pre-tax profits rise 4.1% in the first half of its financial year.
Deferred plans scuppers stadium bid
13 Mar 2015 8:43:31
Plans for a new stadium in Cornwall are in jeopardy after councillors defer a decision on a supermarket which would have paid for it.
UK seeks to join China-backed bank
13 Mar 2015 5:54:25
Britain says it wants to become a "prospective founding member" of a new China-backed bank that could rival the likes of the World Bank.
Asian shares mostly up after US gains
13 Mar 2015 2:01:51
Shares in Asia were mostly higher on Friday, following US shares which made strong gains on Thursday and ended two days of falls.
UK to create 8,000 oil and gas jobs
13 Mar 2015 1:16:40
UK oil and gas companies expect to create thousands of jobs over the next two years despite the dramatic slide in oil prices.
The world is running out of burial space
13 Mar 2015 1:11:12
The world is running out of burial space
VIDEO: Is heartbeat key to secure banking?
13 Mar 2015 1:07:56
Simon Gompertz tries out a new system from the Halifax, which allows customers to use their unique heartbeat pattern to access secure banking.
Budget 2015: Eyes on the prize
13 Mar 2015 0:38:25
Will the Chancellor be dishing out tidbits for voters in his Budget?