China's Nanshan buys 20% Virgin Australia stake
10 Jun 2016 1:57:00
Chinese group Nanshan buys a 20% stake in Virgin Australia from Air New Zealand.
Oil sector job losses 'to reach 120,000 by end of year'
09 Jun 2016 3:26:35
The downturn in the UK oil and gas sector is expected to have led to 120,000 job losses by the end of the year, according to a report.
09 Jun 2016 3:00:38
Why is Norway - population five million - embracing electric cars with such enthusiasm?
China's giant glass bridge hit with sledgehammer
09 Jun 2016 3:00:16
BBC Click smashes one of the panels on the world's highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge to see how safe it is.
Lenovo phones get Tango augmented reality and snap-on modules
09 Jun 2016 0:52:42
Lenovo unveils two distinctive phones - one with Tango augmented reality tech, the other with snap-on modules.
Amazon launches food delivery service to UK market
09 Jun 2016 9:14:47
The world's largest online retailer is launching a fresh food delivery service, starting with its London-based customers
Experiment 'turns waste CO2 to stone'
09 Jun 2016 8:12:46
Scientists think they have found a smart way to constrain carbon dioxide emissions - just turn them to stone.
BHS: MPs call Sports Direct founder to give evidence
09 Jun 2016 8:02:23
The Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley has been summoned by MPs to give evidence on the BHS collapse, just days after briefing them on his own company.
Boots' UK boss Simon Roberts to step down next month
09 Jun 2016 7:49:19
The president of the UK operations of Boots is to step down from his role next month, the company announces.
09 Jun 2016 6:11:22
Amazon has launched a new service delivering fresh groceries, initially only in London. But will consumers buy in to the new service?
Tesla introduces two cheaper versions of Model S
09 Jun 2016 5:55:05
Tesla Motors on Thursday introduced two new lower priced versions of its Model S that could be on US roads by July.
How college loans exploit students for profit | Sajay Samuel
09 Jun 2016 5:17:02
"Once upon a time in America," says professor Sajay Samuel, "going to college did not mean graduating with debt." Today, higher education has become a consumer product -- costs have skyrocketed, saddling students with a combined debt of over $1 trillion, while universities and loan companies make massive profits. Samuel proposes a radical solution: link tuition costs to a degree's expected earnings, so that students can make informed decisions about their future, restore their love of learning and contribute to the world in a meaningful way.
Bond yields in UK and Germany fall to record low
09 Jun 2016 5:11:15
The return on benchmark government bonds has fallen to record lows in the UK and Germany as investors move out of riskier assets on concerns about the global economy.
Tesco Mobile gives discount for ad views
09 Jun 2016 4:36:41
Tesco Mobile users who agree to view adverts on their mobile phone will get £3 off their monthly bill by using a new app.
Uber fined in France over UberPop
09 Jun 2016 4:35:36
A court in France fines Uber for running an illegal transport service through its UberPop service.
Argos to refund card customers £30m
09 Jun 2016 1:53:52
Thousands of Argos customers will be refunded by up to £30m, as a result of being overcharged on their store cards.
Bereaved anger over Father's Day Jawbone email advert
09 Jun 2016 1:34:05
Wearable tech firm Jawbone faces criticism for causing distress to people whose fathers have died, with a recent email campaign.
Brexit could mean benefit cuts for poor families, say economists
09 Jun 2016 1:19:13
Low income families could receive hundreds of pounds less in benefit payments if the UK leaves the EU, some senior economists are claiming
UK trade deficit narrows in April as exports jump
09 Jun 2016 9:25:34
Britain's trade deficit narrowed in April after goods exports rose to a near three-year high, official figures show.
Flybe returns to profit on rising sales
09 Jun 2016 8:33:04
The regional airline Flybe announces pre-tax annual profits of £2.7m compared with a loss of £35.6m the previous year.
Four tips to beat the cybercriminals
09 Jun 2016 7:04:46
BBC News visits the Infosecurity Europe conference in London and hears about tips to beat cybercrime.
Vodafone NZ and Sky in $2.4bn TV deal
09 Jun 2016 6:40:11
Vodafone's New Zealand unit is merging with the country's biggest pay television provider Sky Network in a $2.4bn (£1.7bn) deal.
Amazon launches UK supermarket service
09 Jun 2016 4:00:12
Amazon is launching a full online supermarket service in the UK, initially just in central and East London.
JCB boss tells staff he backs Brexit
09 Jun 2016 2:49:59
JCB chairman Lord Bamford writes to his workers in the UK to explain why he favours leaving the EU.
Korean won slides on surprise rate cut
09 Jun 2016 2:06:55
South Korea's currency slides in value after the country's central bank unexpectedly cuts its benchmark interest rate to a new record low.