Europe's 'seven minutes of terror'
21 Jun 2013 7:09:48
Europe's long-drawn-out efforts to explore Mars are making tracks
VIDEO: Whatever happened to Second Life?
21 Jun 2013 6:39:48
The social media website, Second Life launched 10 years ago and some corporations thought would change the face of business forever.
Duckmarine firm in administration
21 Jun 2013 6:29:24
The company that runs amphibious vehicle tours in Liverpool goes into administration six days after one of its craft sank.
TED: Camille Seaman: Photos from a storm chaser - Camille Seaman (2013)
21 Jun 2013 4:59:07
Photographer Camille Seaman has been chasing storms for 5 years. In this talk she shows stunning, surreal photos of the heavens in tumult.
HSBC customers suffer card glitch
21 Jun 2013 4:30:12
HSBC says its systems are up and running again after UK customers said that their cards had been declined.
Mercedes reprimanded over tyre test
21 Jun 2013 4:15:59
Mercedes are banned from this year's young driver test and reprimanded for taking part in a controversial Pirelli tyre test.
Dating firm acts over allegations
21 Jun 2013 4:04:11
Online dating firm Cupid acts in response to allegations it has been misleading clients, issuing "clearer guidelines" for staff.
Rosneft in $270bn China oil deal
21 Jun 2013 3:34:42
Russian state-owned oil company Rosneft signs a 25-year deal worth $270bn to double its oil supplies to China.
VIDEO: Government borrowing rose in 2012-13
21 Jun 2013 2:44:08
Government borrowing rose slightly in 2012-13 compared with the previous year, figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
Brazil protests 'won't affect cup'
21 Jun 2013 2:33:55
Fifa denies the Confederations Cup could be cancelled because of protests involving one million people in Brazil.
VIDEO: Hugh's Review: QE and the new governor
21 Jun 2013 2:29:45
Quantitative Easing and the new Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney.
Google given 35 days to delete data
21 Jun 2013 2:04:19
Google has been given 35 days to delete wi-fi data "mistakenly collected" in 2010, or face criminal proceedings.
EU 'millionaire' farm subsidies likely to stay
21 Jun 2013 1:02:13
EU set to prioritise food over wildlife in farm plans
VIDEO: 'Mr J Hacker' explains predistribution
21 Jun 2013 0:56:25
Predistribution may not be a word in everyone's vocabulary, but it comes from Ed Miliband's new intellectual guru from the US.
Government borrowing rose in 2012-13
21 Jun 2013 0:53:56
Government borrowing rose slightly in 2012-13 compared with the previous year, revised figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
EU agrees guidelines for rescue fund
21 Jun 2013 0:34:41
Eurozone finance ministers agree guidelines on how the eurozone's emergency bailout fund can inject money directly into struggling banks.
VIDEO: 'Standards in banking have collapsed'
21 Jun 2013 0:14:47
Financial journalist Max Keiser recalls working in Wall Street when 'greed was good' but says that 'standards in banking industry have collapsed'.
New record as haze chokes Singapore
21 Jun 2013 0:04:17
Pollution levels reach a new record high for a third day in a row in Singapore, as smoky haze from fires in Indonesia shrouds the city state.
Businesses hit as Singapore haze moves in
21 Jun 2013 9:53:00
Businesses hurt as smog drives people indoors in Singapore
VIDEO: Final cases of the MoD's UFO desk
21 Jun 2013 9:27:21
The Ministry of Defence closed its UFO desk because it served "no defence purpose" and was taking staff away from "more valuable defence-related activities", newly released files show.
Plants 'seen doing quantum physics'
21 Jun 2013 9:26:42
Researchers pin down the contentious notion that ideas from the strange world of quantum mechanics underpin plants' skill at harvesting sunlight.
AUDIO: Friday Boss: Anthony Bolton
21 Jun 2013 9:07:58
This week's Friday boss is Anthony Bolton - a legendary fund manager - who has described investing in China like looking for gold in a minefield.
AUDIO: Why is gin 'under threat'?
21 Jun 2013 8:58:53
A scientist explains that juniper bushes - which provide the berries that give gin its taste - are under threat from a combination of loss of habitat and a deadly new fungus.
AUDIO: New homes 'desperately needed'
21 Jun 2013 8:52:12
Hilary Benn, the shadow communities minister, says "there is some landbanking going on".
Instagram 'must fund its own future'
21 Jun 2013 8:29:49
The boss of Instagram says the company is working well with Facebook but admits it needs to find ways to make money.