UK in legal fight over EU bonus cap
25 Sep 2013 4:33:32
The UK Treasury launches a legal challenge against European Union plans to cap the level of banking bonuses.
New chairman named for HS2 firm
25 Sep 2013 4:08:06
Network Rail chief executive Sir David Higgins is to take over next year as chairman of HS2 Ltd, the Department for Transport says.
Libor fine for UK broker ICAP
25 Sep 2013 4:05:25
UK broker ICAP is fined $87m (£54m) by UK and US regulators over the Libor price-fixing scandal.
Energy bills: Where does my money go?
25 Sep 2013 3:18:34
Why is my gas and electricity bill more than £1,000?
Green MP Lucas on oil protest charge
25 Sep 2013 3:03:45
Former Green Party leader Caroline Lucas is charged over her role in a fracking protest at Balcombe in West Sussex.
Apple Maps flaw causes runway alerts
25 Sep 2013 2:54:28
An Alaskan airport says it has had to place barricades across one of its taxiways after an Apple Maps flaw resulted in iPhone users driving across a runway.
Hundreds dead in Pakistan earthquake
25 Sep 2013 2:30:22
At least 270 people are killed as a 7.7-magnitude earthquake strikes south-western Pakistan, causing a new island to emerge.
VIDEO: 'Merkel is a great friend of Greece'
25 Sep 2013 2:08:33
Greece's Health Minister, Adonis Georgiadis tells HARDtalk that after three years of austerity, the Greek people will not put up with further cuts - and the country will give all the money back to Germany when it can.
Irish 'Guinness Day' condemned
25 Sep 2013 1:43:46
An attempt to establish an Irish day devoted to Guinness risks becoming a major PR hangover for the drinks giant Diageo, before even a drop is drunk.
Does the shape of chocolate change its taste?
25 Sep 2013 1:19:37
Can the shape of chocolate change its taste?
AUDIO: Would VAT cuts help struggling pubs?
25 Sep 2013 1:00:51
Should VAT be cut for pubs and restaurants - in order to boost businesss? 5 live hears both sides of the argument.
Bank 'vigilant' on housing market
25 Sep 2013 0:55:49
The Bank of England is watching the UK's housing market "closely" for signs of any overheating, policymakers say.
VIDEO: Fewer full time students have jobs
25 Sep 2013 0:46:10
Students describe their struggle to find part time jobs - which are increasingly important for future employability, according to an adviser from the University of Salford.
VIDEO: 'Half of global warming man-made'
25 Sep 2013 9:40:48
Scientists are certain that greenhouse gases from human activities are heating the planet, but say the earth's surface temperature remains unchanged since 1998.
Kindle tablet offers remote advice
25 Sep 2013 9:31:12
Amazon introduces the ability to call up a tech adviser via a video box on its latest Kindle tablets as it seeks to distinguish itself from the competition.
Hong Kong 0, New York 1?
25 Sep 2013 9:21:48
Hong Kong has seemingly lost the biggest IPO since Facebook. The loss, though, may do more to bolster Hong Kong's reputation in the longer term.
Post Office staff in 12th strike
25 Sep 2013 9:20:37
Staff at the UK's 372 Crown post offices are to take part in a further strike on Monday in a long-running dispute about closures, jobs and pay.
Pubs and restaurants in VAT protest
25 Sep 2013 8:53:48
Thousands of pubs and restaurants are dropping their prices by 7.5% for one day in protest at current tax conditions.
AUDIO: '999 calls still answered'
25 Sep 2013 8:45:24
Matt Wrack, general secretary at the Fire Brigade Union, and Brandon Lewis MP discuss the impact of the firefighters' strike in England and Wales.
Chinese airlines order Airbus A320s
25 Sep 2013 7:03:59
Two new Chinese airlines announce orders to buy 43 aircraft from the Airbus A320 family of planes.
Badger night vigils in the cull zone
25 Sep 2013 6:45:28
The night vigils for badgers in the cull zone
Labour energy plans prompt backlash
25 Sep 2013 6:42:29
Energy firms warn Ed Miliband his plans to freeze prices under a Labour government could lead to blackouts, but the party says the claim is "absurd".
VIDEO: Hong Kong's high-end pawn shop
25 Sep 2013 5:51:56
Designer handbags can cost a small fortune - which also means they are good collateral for anyone looking for a quick loan, as Juliana Liu reports.
Fonterra posts 18% jump in profit
25 Sep 2013 5:42:47
New Zealand's Fonterra, the world's biggest dairy firm, posts an 18% jump in full year earnings despite a nationwide drought which led to lower milk production.
S Korea restarts jet fighter tender
25 Sep 2013 4:26:38
South Korea decides to restart the tender process for a multi billion-dollar fighter jet contract, a blow for Boeing which had hoped to supply the planes.