AUDIO: Goldsmith: 'Osborne wrong on Heathrow plan'
03 Sep 2012 3:30:03
Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith has repeated his threat not stand in the next election unless he is assured that the government will not consider building a third runway at Heathrow.
Andalusia urges Spain state help
03 Sep 2012 2:39:37
Spain's Andalusia becomes the latest region to request a financial lifeline from the central government.
Bulls await Super League decision
03 Sep 2012 2:20:59
Bradford Bulls honourary chairman Gerry Sutcliffe says the club are unsure if they will be allowed to continue in Super League.
Hunting the elusive Hantavirus
03 Sep 2012 1:54:10
What experts know about the virus at Yosemite National Park
VIDEO: 'Weak demand' hitting manufacturing
03 Sep 2012 1:49:19
Trading conditions over the past three months were the toughest since early 2010 according to a survey carried out by the manufacturing body EEF.
AUDIO: Accountants 'losing credibility'
03 Sep 2012 1:46:24
A report published by ACCA says the accountancy profession is failing to convince the public and its stakeholders of its value and must take steps to rebuild trust in the industry.
China probes 'gutter oil' claims
03 Sep 2012 0:53:52
Chinese pharmaceutical firms are told to check their suppliers after claims that some have used "gutter oil" to make antibiotics, state-run media report.
AUDIO: Accumulation of protectionism 'worrying'
03 Sep 2012 0:39:12
The World Trade Organisation's director general Pascal Lamy explains the problem of protectionism in certain countries around the world.
VIDEO: Reviving Oman's maritime industry
03 Sep 2012 0:38:22
Oman has a long maritime history, and a reputation as one of the foremost producers of traditional wooden dhows, but very little boat making now goes on in the country's former shipyard capital, Sur.
Apple in new Samsung patent case
03 Sep 2012 0:32:27
Apple has filed a new list of Samsung devices it claims infringe its patents in an ongoing dispute over copyright
Direct Line nears RBS separation
03 Sep 2012 0:28:16
Insurance firm Direct Line announces that its separation from parent group RBS is "substantially complete".
Historic tax return warnings sent
03 Sep 2012 0:24:02
Thousands of taxpayers will receive letters this week urging them to deal with any historic tax returns they have failed to submit.
VIDEO: Greece budget cuts to be inspected
03 Sep 2012 0:09:59
A team of inspectors from the so-called troika of the EU, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund are due in Athens this week to see how the government is progressing with its austerity programme.
AUDIO: Progress in study of human brain
03 Sep 2012 0:00:26
Tom Feilden looks at some of the hardware that could allow genuine breakthroughs to be made in neuroscience.
UK manufacturing orders pick up
03 Sep 2012 9:58:27
The downturn in UK manufacturing unexpectedly eased last month as domestic orders boosted output, a survey indicates.
AUDIO: 'Desperate need' to restore trust in banks
03 Sep 2012 9:41:52
Anthony Browne officially takes over as the new CEO of the BBA. He speaks to Simon Jack on restoring trust in banks.
VIDEO: Mobile phone firms launch devices
03 Sep 2012 9:35:18
The world's big mobile phone companies have begun an unprecedented series of product launches.
Travel firm to hire 75 new staff
03 Sep 2012 9:27:35
A Glasgow-based travel firm is to take on 75 new staff as it expands its operations in Scotland and the north of England.
AUDIO: Maps 'are now used to sell stuff'
03 Sep 2012 9:09:20
A new book out this week called A History of the World in Twelve Maps concludes the age of the paper map is over and online mapping is the future. The author of the book, Jerry Brotton, explains why he has come to that conclusion.
Overseas sales boost dating firm
03 Sep 2012 9:05:57
Edinburgh online dating firm Cupid more than doubles sales in new overseas markets, helping it to a 51% rise in profits.
Fyffes warns of fruit price rise
03 Sep 2012 9:01:20
Tropical fruit supplier Fyffes warns of higher banana and pineapple prices due to rising fuel costs and adverse exchange rates.
Llanelli AFC pays off tax debts
03 Sep 2012 9:00:32
Llanelli football club says it has avoided a court winding-up order after paying off its tax debts.
Liverpool issue spending warning
03 Sep 2012 8:59:27
Liverpool's main owner John Henry writes an open letter to fans saying the owners will not damage the club's future with "risky spending".
'X-ray' helmets aid fighter pilots
03 Sep 2012 8:16:37
New fighter pilot helmet can 'see through walls'
Spain manufacturing fall eases
03 Sep 2012 8:14:38
Spain's manufacturing decline was less severe in August than in July, but the sector is still shrinking, PMI figures show.