Clubs closer to break-even rule
15 Nov 2012 8:59:55
The Premier League takes a big step towards introducing a break-even rule following a meeting in London.
VIDEO: China's richest man on wealth gap
15 Nov 2012 8:59:42
China's richest man, Zong Qing Hou, who grew up in poverty and now sits on a fortune of up to $20billion, told the BBC's George Alagiah that the gap between rich and poor is something that will have to be tackled by the country's new leader.
Farepak auditors face discipline
15 Nov 2012 7:46:55
The auditors of Farepak, the Christmas savings firm, face disciplinary action following an investigation into their conduct by the auditing watchdog.
Paladini has hope for Blues deal
15 Nov 2012 7:26:51
Ex-QPR chairman Gianni Paladini says his consortium still hopes to complete a takeover of Birmingham City.
VIDEO: How oil spill 'changed BP'
15 Nov 2012 7:11:06
BP is set to receive a record fine of $4.5bn (£2.8bn) to settle criminal charges related to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.
Wal-Mart global sales disappoint
15 Nov 2012 6:43:12
Third quarter sales at Wal-Mart fall short of expectations, with the world's biggest retailer saying customers worldwide are feeling the pinch.
Asda criticises fuel duty rise
15 Nov 2012 6:20:13
Asda chief executive Andy Clarke calls for the planned fuel duty rise to be scrapped, as the supermarket group reports a slowdown in sales.
VIDEO: Rescuing the global economy: what next?
15 Nov 2012 6:08:58
Nik Gowing hosts the BBC World Debate from Tokyo about what it will take to get the global economic recovery back on track.
TED: Leah Buechley: How to “sketch” with electronics - Leah Buechley (2011)
15 Nov 2012 6:00:35
Designing electronics is generally cumbersome and expensive -- or was, until Leah Buechley and her team at MIT developed tools to treat electronics just like paper and pen. In this talk from TEDYouth 2011, Buechley shows some of her charming designs, like a paper piano you can sketch and then play.
VIDEO: Software pioneer denies Belize murder
15 Nov 2012 5:52:41
The founder of the anti-virus software firm McAfee has denied murdering one of his neighbours in Belize.
'No foul play' in astronomer death
15 Nov 2012 4:40:31
The 16th Century Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is unlikely to have been poisoned, according to a research studying his exhumed remains.
Megafon details share float plans
15 Nov 2012 4:27:46
Megafon, the mobile phone operator controlled by Russia's richest man, is planning the biggest share flotation since Facebook listed in New York in May.
Eurozone: A very overcast outlook
15 Nov 2012 4:12:36
The eurozone is back in recession and the outlook is even worse
Nasa acts to tackle lost laptops
15 Nov 2012 4:09:02
Nasa orders the data on all its laptops to be encrypted after the latest loss of one of its portable computers.
VIDEO: Airport limits 'cost billions'
15 Nov 2012 3:50:31
A lack of capacity at Heathrow is costing the UK economy £14bn a year in lost trade, according to a report published by the airport.
Regulator targets online shopping
15 Nov 2012 2:56:08
The Office of Fair Trading is seeking information on how firms collect and use online shopping data, and if the area should be investigated.
VIDEO: Fall in retail sales in October
15 Nov 2012 2:30:00
UK Retail sales volumes fell by 0.8% in October.
VIDEO: Can we save energy costs?
15 Nov 2012 1:33:29
Small changes in the way we use household appliances can save money, but can these changes save us enough to offset the rising costs?
VIDEO: Dragon's Deborah: 'I'm worth it'
15 Nov 2012 1:14:09
Ever thought about pitching an idea to the Dragon's Den panel? Deborah Meaden reveals what they're looking for.
Child poverty measure to change
15 Nov 2012 1:00:29
The government launches a consultation on changing the way child poverty is measured to include family breakdown and other factors - prompting Labour anger.
VIDEO: Banks change PIN terms
15 Nov 2012 0:53:05
Money Box presenter Paul Lewis explains customers' rights if they do not adhere to banks' new rules on card numbers.
AUDIO: Entrepreneurs 'are not gamblers'
15 Nov 2012 0:17:39
It is Global Entrepreneurship week this week and according to a study that looked at 1,000 entrepreneurs by the think tank Demos, almost all of the preconvictions that the public are said to have about entrepreneurs are wrong.
Fans trust set to buy Portsmouth
15 Nov 2012 0:15:17
The Pompey Supporters' Trust hope to take over Portsmouth before Christmas after signing a conditional agreement.
UK retail sales fall in October
15 Nov 2012 9:51:22
UK retail sales fell by more than expected in October as shoppers cut back on food and clothing purchases, official data shows.
Gazprom to build new gas pipeline
15 Nov 2012 9:44:00
Russian gas company Gazprom commits to building an expensive pipeline that will deliver Russian gas to southern Europe.