Ceres: Possible plume hints at active world
20 Mar 2015 1:14:20
Crunch time for theories on Ceres
'Cash dash' fear in pension overhaul
20 Mar 2015 0:53:31
Pension policyholders have been warned not to be tempted to "dash for the cash" when the new rules come into effect in April.
Tax receipts cut government borrowing
20 Mar 2015 0:06:10
Britain's public finances improve in February with government borrowing down by a third from a year earlier thanks to a pick up in seasonal income tax payments.
TSB agrees takeover by Spanish bank
20 Mar 2015 8:29:10
TSB - the bank formerly owned by Lloyds - has agreed to a £1.7bn takeover by Spanish bank Sabadell.
Jaguar Land Rover in China recall
20 Mar 2015 8:08:52
Jaguar Land Rover is recalling more than 36,000 sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in China after a state television report aired complaints over its gearboxes.
Multi-billion pound plans for rail
20 Mar 2015 4:27:25
Plans to overhaul transport across the North of England, including multi-billion pound rail schemes, are being laid out by the government later.
Asian shares dip on strong US dollar
20 Mar 2015 4:17:58
Asian stocks are mostly lower after the US dollar recoups most of its losses following the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday.
Isaac Newton royal medal discovery
20 Mar 2015 3:36:47
A student at Oxford University has found that a coronation medal was personally designed by Isaac Newton and includes a political message.
Online farm payment system abandoned
20 Mar 2015 2:45:34
A multi-million pound government IT system to process EU subsidy payments for farmers has been largely abandoned following "performance problems".
Skywatchers await solar eclipse
20 Mar 2015 1:26:25
Millions of people could witness the best solar eclipse in years in the UK and northern Europe later, with large areas set to go into deep shadow.
AT&T loses $40m due to legal error
20 Mar 2015 1:11:04
US technology giant AT&T loses $40m after its lawyers did not read key documents in time and subsequently failed to submit an appeal in a patent case.
Bank of NY Mellon to pay $714m
20 Mar 2015 0:42:48
Bank of New York Mellon agrees to pay $714m to settle allegations it committed fraud and overcharged for its foreign exchange services.
Football gives New Yorkers its best pitch
20 Mar 2015 0:04:07
A new franchise hopes to woo New York's sports fans
The new rise of biometric banking
20 Mar 2015 0:04:01
The rise of biometric banking
Hydrogen, hydrogen everywhere...
20 Mar 2015 0:03:57
How hydrogen could help decarbonise the world
Greece PM plea as EU summit starts
19 Mar 2015 2:52:30
The Greek debt crisis dominates as EU leaders gather for a summit in Brussels, which is also due to focus on relations with Russia over Ukraine.
US approves Amazon drone trial
19 Mar 2015 2:38:51
The US Federal Aviation Administration approves Amazon's plans to begin testing drones for online deliveries.
Uber overtakes yellow taxis in NYC
19 Mar 2015 1:57:55
For the first time, there are more black Uber cars on the streets of New York City than traditional yellow taxis, latest figures reveal.
Arctic sea ice hits record low
19 Mar 2015 0:05:42
Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean has fallen to the lowest recorded level for the winter season, according to US scientists.
Joseph DeSimone: What if 3D printing was 25x faster?
19 Mar 2015 8:37:34
What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over ... slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveils a bold new technique -- inspired, yes, by Terminator 2 -- that's 25 to 100 times faster, and creates smooth, strong parts. Could it finally help to fulfill the tremendous promise of 3D printing?
Interest rate cut 'as likely as rise'
19 Mar 2015 7:37:52
The chief economist of the Bank of England says UK interest rates are as likely to fall further as to rise.
Ryanair abandons US flight plans
19 Mar 2015 7:28:28
Budget airline Ryanair abandons plans to operate transatlantic flights, just days after it said its board had approved the measure.
Beavers on River Otter 'native'
19 Mar 2015 6:37:50
Wild beavers found living on the River Otter in Devon are a species which was once native to the UK, tests confirm.
Cruise operators shun Tunisian ports
19 Mar 2015 6:22:45
Costa Cruises and MSC Cruises, two Italian cruise companies, cancel planned stops in Tunisian ports following shootings at a museum in Tunis that killed 21 people.
Osborne urged to detail welfare cuts
19 Mar 2015 4:33:33
Chancellor George Osborne needs to spell out exactly how he plans to cut £12bn from welfare spending, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.