Eurozone Greek debt deal 'unlikely'
16 Feb 2015 9:26:13
European finance ministers will meet in Brussels later amid increasing scepticism that a deal over Greece's debt problems can be reached.
William Hill and 888 end bid talks
16 Feb 2015 7:51:07
William Hill and online betting rival 888 end talks over a possible takeover after an 888 shareholder rejects the offer as too low.
'100,000s left behind' on employment
16 Feb 2015 5:33:03
When it comes to tackling long term unemployment, "100,000s of young people have been left behind", says CBI director.
Satellites track snail disease risk
16 Feb 2015 5:07:53
Scientists are monitoring snail habitats from space in a bid to combat the spread of the parasitic disease schistosomiasis in Africa.
VIDEO: South East Asia lags in e-commerce
16 Feb 2015 3:37:50
South East Asia lags the region and other developed parts of the world when it comes to online shopping. Why hasn't the region embraced the trend?
'Cyber bank robbers steal $1bn'
16 Feb 2015 2:53:04
Up to 100 banks and financial institutions worldwide have been attacked in an "unprecedented cyber robbery", claims a new report.
Japanese shares hit high on GDP data
16 Feb 2015 2:16:19
Japanese shares hit their highest level in nearly eight years after data showed the world's third largest economy had come out of recession.
Japan comes out of a recession
16 Feb 2015 1:16:14
Japan came out of a recession in the fourth quarter of last year, but the world's third largest economy grew at a slower than expected pace.
VIDEO: Nutella entrepreneur dies aged 89
16 Feb 2015 1:01:22
Billionaire Michele Ferrero, whose global chocolate empire included Nutella spread and Ferrero Rocher chocolates, has died aged 89.
CBI upgrades UK growth forecast
16 Feb 2015 0:17:37
The Confederation of British Industries (CBI) business lobby group has upgraded its forecast for the UK's economic growth this year.
Could driverless cars own themselves?
16 Feb 2015 0:04:01
A world where cars own themselves and even have kids
India's 'macaroon queen'
15 Feb 2015 0:06:51
The young woman building an empire of cake shops in Mumbai
VIDEO: Taking macaroons to Mumbai
15 Feb 2015 0:06:32
Pooja Dhingra tells her own story of abandoning a law degree and founding a macaroon empire in Mumbai.
VIDEO: Cern gears up to discover new particle
15 Feb 2015 8:10:27
A senior researcher at the Large Hadron Collider says a new particle could be detected this year that is even more exciting than the Higgs boson.
Hedge cut? Get a receipt, says Balls
15 Feb 2015 6:08:15
People should get a written receipt for all transactions, even small cleaning and gardening jobs, the shadow chancellor advises.
VIDEO: Woz's wonderful watch (and more)
15 Feb 2015 5:44:47
Steve Wozniak talks to the BBC about the future of the watch, and shows off his very own unique timepiece.
Balls pledges tax evasion crackdown
15 Feb 2015 4:27:43
Labour would "crack down" on tax evasion which the Conservatives have "turned a blind eye" to, Shadow chancellor Ed Balls says.
VIDEO: Balls: 'We'll toughen tax law'
15 Feb 2015 1:02:54
The Shadow Chancellor has said a Labour government would crack down on tax evasion and "toughen the law" so that HM Revenue & Customs has the resources to collect monies owed.
Nutella billionaire Ferrero dies
15 Feb 2015 0:32:56
Billionaire Michele Ferrero, whose global chocolate empire made him Italy's richest man, has died aged 89.
VIDEO: 'Hopes are high' to save NZ whales
15 Feb 2015 0:19:11
Hopes are high that over 60 stranded pilot whales have survived after they were refloated by whale conservation workers and volunteers.
VIDEO: Videos of 1,500 beating human hearts
15 Feb 2015 9:33:40
Researchers in London are storing digital videos of the beating hearts of more than 1,500 people, along with their genetic data.
HSBC publishes newspaper apology
15 Feb 2015 5:58:53
HSBC has published an apology in several Sunday newspapers following allegations that its Swiss private bank helped clients evade tax.
Collider hopes for a 'super' restart
15 Feb 2015 4:18:21
When Large Hadron Collider fires up again after its upgrade, scientists will be hoping to find a new particle they say could "rock the world".
Thousand hearts in big data study
15 Feb 2015 4:10:38
Doctors have stored more than one and a half thousand beating human hearts in digital form on a computer.
'Next Pinatubo' a test of geoengineering
15 Feb 2015 2:22:39
Scientists who study geoengineering say Earth's next major volcanic eruption will be a good test of whether the intervention technique might help mitigate global warming.