Ticketus contract 'terminated'
18 May 2012 3:36:51
Charles Green says administrators at Rangers have told Ticketus they are terminating its contract over future ticket sales.
VIDEO: From prison to Belfast distillery
18 May 2012 3:01:39
A notorious Belfast prison that held IRA inmates during the worst of the city's sectarian troubles is to be transformed into a whiskey distillery.
JP Morgan boss to testify in US
18 May 2012 3:01:13
JP Morgan chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon will appear before a Senate committee to explain the bank's $2bn trading loss on a failed hedging strategy.
Facebook poised for market debut
18 May 2012 2:20:33
Facebook shares will start trading later in one of the largest and most high profile share flotations of recent years.
EU 'plans for Greek exit option'
18 May 2012 2:03:14
The EU Commission and European Central Bank are making contingency plans for a possible Greek exit from the euro, an EU commissioner says.
£9k fees 'to push debt up £100bn'
18 May 2012 1:38:12
A study suggests public sector debt will be pushed up by £100bn over next two decades by higher university fees.
What caused the mystery of the Dark Day?
18 May 2012 1:19:21
What caused the mystery of the Dark Day?
Silicon trick for next-gen memory
18 May 2012 1:09:37
Researchers reveal details of a promising way to make a fundamentally different kind of computer memory chip.
Debt-ridden Glens to get IFA loan
18 May 2012 0:54:59
Glentoran's cash flow crisis is expected to be eased by a loan from the Irish Football Association.
Inside world's ‘priciest house’
18 May 2012 0:36:24
The first pictures are released showing inside the "world's most expensive house", owned by the Ambani family in Mumbai.
VIDEO: Should Britain build a spaceport?
18 May 2012 0:24:53
A new report is recommending that the UK builds its own spaceport, to enable tourists to go into space.
VIDEO: 'Business leaders should work harder'
18 May 2012 9:55:28
Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie has said British business leaders should work harder to get the UK out of the current economic downturn.
VIDEO: UK signs pig deal with China
18 May 2012 9:49:14
The government has signed a multi-million pound deal to export British pork to China.
SpaceX readies historic mission
18 May 2012 9:37:28
The first privately operated delivery to the space station is set to open a new era in human spaceflight
Japan urges cuts in power usage
18 May 2012 9:26:20
Japan urges businesses and households to cut electricity use by up to 15% to avoid possible blackouts.
AUDIO: Peston: Rock loss 'not a disaster'
18 May 2012 9:26:06
A report published by the National Audit Office into the creation and sale of Northern Rock reveals that the government is likely to lose £2bn overall by the time all the assets are wound down. The BBC's business editor Robert Peston has the details.
AUDIO: Do unions work better in the private sector?
18 May 2012 9:10:36
Both management and unions have welcomed the deal that saved the Ellesmere Port Vauxhall car plant, and which saw changes to the working arrangements at the plant. Why did these talks go so smoothly, while those in the public sector are being more problematic?
Stagecoach in £100m US expansion
18 May 2012 9:08:43
Perth transport group Stagecoach is to buy parts of a US bus firm for about £100m, helping it expand its operations.
European shares knocked by Spain
18 May 2012 8:39:45
European stock markets open lower after a ratings agency downgrades 16 Spanish banks and uncertainty continues about the fate of Greece.
VIDEO: Nature in turmoil from wet spring
18 May 2012 8:30:12
The warm March weather and the wettest April in more than a century have been playing havoc with some of the UK's wildlife.
Rain dampens sales at pub group
18 May 2012 7:35:33
Pubs group Mitchells & Butlers reports a sharp slowdown in sales, saying the recent wet weather has led to fewer customers.
China property prices fall again
18 May 2012 7:19:33
Chinese property prices continued to fall during April after the government kept policies in place to curb speculation.
VIDEO: Facebook shares due to go on sale
18 May 2012 7:19:16
One of the biggest flotations ever seen on world stock markets will take place today when shares in the social networking site Facebook go on sale.
AUDIO: Re-ignite growth, urges CEO
18 May 2012 7:10:38
Vassilios Katsos Pharmathen Pharmaceuticals CEO has told the BBC that he doesn't believe anyone should wish to exit from the euro
Rhino poaching risk at UK zoos
18 May 2012 5:05:12
The threat rhinos face from poachers in some parts of Africa and Asia is now spreading to the UK.