Mortgage pay-off at a new record
04 Apr 2011 0:47:31
Homeowners paid off their mortgage borrowings by a record amount last year, Bank of England figures show.
Spanish jobless level rises again
04 Apr 2011 0:44:14
The number of Spanish people filing for unemployment benefits rose for its eighth consecutive month in March to 4.3 million
Building industry 'costs rising'
04 Apr 2011 0:37:05
The UK construction industry continued to grow in March, but saw input price inflation at a 31-month high, research suggests.
Clean up begins after site attack
04 Apr 2011 0:05:08
The massive 'Lizamoon' attack has ensnared relatively few victims despite hitting thousands of websites.
BP seeks to resume Gulf drilling
04 Apr 2011 9:41:34
BP is seeking a deal to re-start drilling in Gulf of Mexico, but US regulators deny reports that agreement reached
Financial sector 'back to normal'
04 Apr 2011 9:15:06
Business levels in the UK financial services are almost back to normal following the financial crisis, a survey suggests.
Bin Hammam sole Fifa challenger
04 Apr 2011 8:54:05
Mohamed Bin Hammam is confirmed as Sepp Blatter's only challenger in Fifa's presidential election on 1 June.
VIDEO: 'Can't work but not allowed benefit'
04 Apr 2011 8:29:32
Tens of thousands of people on incapacity benefit could find themselves declared fit for work, under strict new tests which begin this month.
VIDEO: Winners and losers in pension changes
04 Apr 2011 8:12:14
The Government is proposing to introduce a single state pension and abolish the means tested credit.
Sickness benefit crackdown begins
04 Apr 2011 7:40:50
The one-and-a-half million people who claim incapacity benefit will start to receive letters this week asking them to be tested on their ability to work.
Private sector job growth 'slows'
04 Apr 2011 7:25:35
Private sector job growth may have weakened in March after a strong start to the year, a survey by recruitment firm Reed suggests.
04 Apr 2011 7:12:18
Golf's Masters tournament gives huge boost to local businesses
New state pension to be announced
04 Apr 2011 6:47:53
Details of a new flat-rate state pension likely to be worth £155-a-week from 2015-16 are expected to be unveiled later today.
Blighted by MI5?
04 Apr 2011 6:39:09
TV scientist Dr Bronowski was labelled a security risk
Vodafone agrees £7bn Vivendi deal
04 Apr 2011 6:30:18
Vodafone sells its 44% stake in French mobile phone operator SFR to Vivendi for 7.95bn euros (£7bn).
VIDEO: Benefit claimants to be tested
04 Apr 2011 6:03:12
Thousands of people who claim incapacity benefit will get letters this week, summoning them to a new assessment to see if they are fit to work.
Australian disasters to cost $9bn
04 Apr 2011 6:02:57
The natural disasters that hit Australia will cost its economy A$9bn ($9.4bn; £5.8bn), according to the Treasury department.
Cracks in three other US planes
04 Apr 2011 5:38:08
Small cracks are found in three more Southwest Airlines planes after a hole in a cabin roof on Friday forced an emergency landing, officials say.
Over the hill?
04 Apr 2011 2:17:09
Fiona Phillips says don't write off the over-50s
TEDTalks : AnnMarie Thomas: Hands-on science with squishy circuits - AnnMarie Thomas (2011)
04 Apr 2011 2:16:00
In a zippy demo at TED U, AnnMarie Thomas shows how two different flavors of homemade play dough can be used to demonstrate electrical properties -- by lighting up LEDs, spinning motors, and turning little kids into circuit designers.
04 Apr 2011 2:04:54
Kate Adie celebrates the botanical paintings of Marianne North
From mud hut to orbit
04 Apr 2011 0:57:05
Humble beginnings of the first man in space
Japan's manufacturers pessimistic
04 Apr 2011 0:46:42
Japan's big manufacturers expect conditions to get worse in the coming three months, after the 11 March earthquake and tsunami.
04 Apr 2011 0:04:27
As corruption scandals grab headlines, what is the real cost?
Indian MPs probe telecom scandal
03 Apr 2011 3:27:01
A panel probing India's telecoms licencing scandal will question tycoons including Ratan Tata.