China inflation holds steady in July
09 Aug 2013 4:40:06
Consumer prices in China hold steady in July, which along with other data suggests the country's economic slump could be stabilising.
China sacks top economic official
09 Aug 2013 3:30:11
Liu Tienan, a former top economic official in China, is expelled from the Communist Party and removed from public office, state media report.
'Extinction threat' to hen harriers
09 Aug 2013 2:52:20
Hen harriers are close to extinction in England after the country's only two nesting pairs failed to produce chicks this year, conservationists say.
China Resources mulls Tesco venture
09 Aug 2013 2:31:14
China Resources Enterprise (CRE) says it is considering a joint venture with Tesco, the biggest retailer in the UK, to operate hypermarkets and supermarkets in China.
India in new steps to boost rupee
09 Aug 2013 1:27:11
India's central bank announces new measures to reduce volatility in currency markets and support the weakened rupee.
Chernobyl's legacy recorded in trees
09 Aug 2013 0:50:27
Exposure to radiation from the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear accident suppressed tree growth appears to have a lasting negative legacy, a study suggests.
Autism 'affects genders differently'
09 Aug 2013 0:15:38
Autism affects male and female brains differently, a study suggests.
Camels could be deadly virus source
09 Aug 2013 0:11:52
Dromedary camels could be responsible for passing to humans the deadly Mers coronavirus that emerged last year, research suggests.
Taking decisions is tough at the top
08 Aug 2013 3:27:34
How do you go about making tough calls when you're the boss?
The Pirate Bay survives to turn 10
08 Aug 2013 3:24:00
The legacy of the world's most notorious file-sharing site
The pill that texts you - from inside
08 Aug 2013 3:16:55
The pill that tweets and texts - from your tummy
Tax fugitives gallery published
08 Aug 2013 3:03:49
Tax officials have updated a gallery of photographs of the people it considers to be the most wanted UK tax fugitives with 10 more faces.
VIDEO: 'I'm looking in bin to find food'
08 Aug 2013 2:19:33
Greek people are facing increasing unemployment, with 27.6% of the country without a job in May.
VIDEO: Banks should end 'useless' activities
08 Aug 2013 2:07:24
The governor of the Bank of England has called for a cultural change in financial institutions and an end to activities he deemed, "socially useless".
VIDEO: Cow triplets born at 700,000-1 odds
08 Aug 2013 0:41:48
Triplet calves are born to a cow on a Wirral farm at odds of 700,000 to one.
Will Nairobi fire hit Kenya's economy?
08 Aug 2013 9:39:00
Will airport fire damage Kenya's key tourism and flower sectors?
Instant, accurate and TV-friendly
08 Aug 2013 9:22:06
Goal-line technology shakes up the beautiful game
VIDEO: Dreamliner fly-past for Rolls-Royce
08 Aug 2013 8:36:21
British Airways organises a Dreamliner fly-past for the 11,000 staff at Derby's Rolls-Royce site.
Malaria vaccine shows early promise
08 Aug 2013 8:34:36
A malaria vaccine has shown promising results in early stage clinical trials, a study suggests.
VIDEO: Co-op to stop selling Nuts magazine
08 Aug 2013 8:34:07
The Co-operative supermarket has confirmed it will no longer sell men's magazine Nuts from early September.
VIDEO: Artist's hopes for barn owl survival
08 Aug 2013 6:52:06
A wildlife artist from North Yorkshire tells the BBC how he helps barn owls after their numbers dropped in recent harsh winters.
'Fossil' protein clue to early life
08 Aug 2013 6:19:21
Reconstructions of the genetic code of an ancient protein provides clues to the origins of life.
Bloodhound Diary: Taking stock
08 Aug 2013 6:14:16
Project takes stock after schedule slips
VIDEO: Can this store turn Tesco around?
08 Aug 2013 6:05:49
The big out-of-town hypermarket was, until recently, the place were shoppers would go to buy everything under one roof.
SFO loses BAE investigation papers
08 Aug 2013 5:41:39
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) says it has lost thousands of documents relating to a 2006 investigation into BAE Systems.