Russia's Norilsk Nickel admits 'red river' responsibility
12 Sep 2016 1:18:12
Russian metals giant Norilsk Nickel admits one of its industrial plants is responsible for turning an Arctic river blood-red.
Solar tuk-tuk arrives in UK after road trip from India
12 Sep 2016 8:34:55
An engineer arrives in the UK in his solar-powered tuk-tuk seven months after setting off from India on a 6,200 mile (9,978 km) journey.
Donald Trump says Fed rate policy influenced by Obama
12 Sep 2016 5:30:11
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump claims the US Federal Reserve is keeping interest rates low to boost the popularity of President Obama.
12 Sep 2016 5:10:25
Businesses and communities want certainty about where the second phase of the HS2 rail route will go, but politics rarely provides certainty.
The future of money | Neha Narula
12 Sep 2016 5:02:58
What happens when the way we buy, sell and pay for things changes, perhaps even removing the need for banks or currency exchange bureaus? That's the radical promise of a world powered by cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. We're not there yet, but in this sparky talk, digital currency researcher Neha Narula describes the collective fiction of money -- and paints a picture of a very different looking future.
Jeff Bezos names big next rocket New Glenn
12 Sep 2016 4:55:42
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos says the big, re-usable rocket he has been developing inside his Blue Origin space company will be called New Glenn, after John Glenn.
Frances O'Grady on working with PM over worker's rights
12 Sep 2016 3:48:08
Frances O'Grady on zero hours contracts, rest breaks and sick pay.
UK nuclear power station project 'in talks' for cash injection
12 Sep 2016 2:17:49
The developers behind Europe's biggest new nuclear power station are in talks with potential foreign investors for the £10bn project in Cumbria.
UK costs weigh on Tata Steel results
12 Sep 2016 2:08:25
India's Tata Steel has slumped to a net loss of 31.8bn rupees (£358m) for the three months to 30 June.
Man Utd first UK football club to earn £500m in a year
12 Sep 2016 2:01:14
Manchester United has recorded record revenues of £515.3m for the 2016 financial year, the first UK football club to do so.
Fire drill knocks ING bank's data centre offline
12 Sep 2016 1:21:58
A fire extinguisher test in a bank's data centre goes wrong in an "unprecedented" manner, causing its cash machines, online banking operations and website to go offline.
Second hand Volkswagens 'holding their value'
12 Sep 2016 1:17:04
Second hand Volkswagens appear to be holding their value well, a motoring magazine says, despite the emissions scandal which emerged a year ago.
EU seeks Barroso 'clarifications' on role at Goldman Sachs
12 Sep 2016 0:47:21
The EU Commission seeks "clarifications" from its former president, Jose Manuel Barroso, about his controversial job at Goldman Sachs.
Bank of England's Minouche Shafik leaves to run the LSE
12 Sep 2016 0:38:49
Minouche Shafik, one of the Bank of England's deputy governors, is leaving to become the director of the London School of Economics.
HP buys Samsung's $1bn printer business
12 Sep 2016 0:03:49
US computer giant HP says it will "reinvent" printers and photocopiers after striking a deal to buy Samsung's $1bn printer business.
Courier firm Hermes may face HMRC investigation
12 Sep 2016 8:35:52
Delivery firm Hermes is facing a possible investigation by tax body HMRC after a report alleged some of its drivers receive below the minimum wage.
Primark sales hit by volatile weather
12 Sep 2016 8:31:08
Low-cost fashion retailer Primark says it expects underlying sales to fall this year as a result of unusually warm winter weather and a cold spring.
Seaweed farmers in Indonesia sue in major oil spill case
12 Sep 2016 8:25:39
Indonesian seaweed farmers launch a class action lawsuit demanding compensation for the effects of Australia's worst oil spill.
FTSE 100 slides on US rate rise worries
12 Sep 2016 7:51:12
The UK market opens sharply lower, echoing a slide in Asian stocks, as fears grow that the Federal Reserve could raise US interest rates next week.
Bosses could face jail for failure to prevent fraud
12 Sep 2016 4:20:13
Company bosses could be prosecuted for failing to stop their staff committing fraud under new laws being considered by ministers.
YouTube is still 'not paying enough' to British musicians
12 Sep 2016 4:18:02
UK Music says the Google-owned site is not paying British artists fairly for the content it puts on its site.
TUC: 'No place to hide' warning over exploitation
12 Sep 2016 3:14:11
The TUC is set to warn companies that there will be "no hiding place" if they exploit their workers.
In the weeds
11 Sep 2016 3:22:24
Indonesian seaweed farmers have launched a class action lawsuit demanding compensation for the effects of Australia's worst oil spill.
Pump CO2 into rocks, report urges
11 Sep 2016 3:08:08
An Olympic-style delivery agency could ensure the costs of implementing carbon capture and storage technology are kept to a minimum, says a parliamentary report
Tanzania levies VAT on tourism and banking sectors
11 Sep 2016 3:06:35
Safari operators and banks in Tanzania are being asked to stump-up value added tax.