VIDEO: Turkish economy 'likely to slow'
18 Mar 2014 0:12:42
Turkey's finance minister tells Linda Yueh that growth is 'likely to slow down' amid a 'collapse' in consumer confidence.
VIDEO: Toyota in push to end Indian dispute
18 Mar 2014 0:03:42
Toyota's Indian unit will hold talks with the state government of Karnataka to end a lengthy industrial dispute.
Budget 2014: Your money-saving tips
18 Mar 2014 0:00:37
Readers pass on their advice on good ways to save cash
Copper price falls on Chinese concerns
18 Mar 2014 0:00:27
Chinese concerns see the metal hit a four-year low
Crime fighting with big data weapons
18 Mar 2014 0:00:16
How big data is helping combat - and even predict - crime
Budget 2014: So what do we know?
18 Mar 2014 0:00:04
The Chancellor George Osborne delivers his Budget on Wednesday and some things in it have already been announced.
Cash boost for free childcare scheme
18 Mar 2014 0:00:01
As many as 1.9 million working families could get a new childcare allowance of up to £2,000 by 2015-6, ministers say.
Icy plant revived after 1,500 years
17 Mar 2014 2:02:15
British scientists have successfully revived mosses that have been frozen under the Antarctic ice for 1,500 years.
VIDEO: 'There's more to life than margin'
17 Mar 2014 8:55:45
Stoke-based potter Emma Bridgewater discusses the difficulties of balancing starting a business with family life, and her pride in her local workforce.
FA set to reject Hull City name change
17 Mar 2014 8:53:20
The Football Association is advised by its membership committee to reject Hull City's plan to change their name to Tigers.
What further sanctions could Russia face?
17 Mar 2014 8:11:46
Crimea: What further sanctions could Russia face?
GM to take $300m charge over recalls
17 Mar 2014 7:29:26
US car manufacturer General Motors expects to spend nearly $300m (£180m) in the first quarter to repair vehicles affected by its recent recalls.
VIDEO: How aircraft 'talk' via satellite
17 Mar 2014 6:58:14
The BBC's Richard Westcott speaks to Chris McLaughlin from Inmarsat at the company's headquarters about how satellite communication systems work.
South Africa signs 1,000-train deal
17 Mar 2014 6:40:50
South Africa's Transnet is to spend $4.7bn on 1,000 trains to boost its dilapidated freight network and boost its infrastructure.
US factory output in February rebound
17 Mar 2014 6:19:48
US factory output rebounds in February, helped by a recovery in car and consumer goods manufacturing.
VIDEO: Property prices reach record high
17 Mar 2014 5:58:03
Property asking prices reached a record high in March, according to the website Rightmove.
AUDIO: France poised for 'le Google-tax'
17 Mar 2014 5:55:04
The French authorities are getting tough on Google and other tech companies over their local tax arrangements
Eurozone inflation down to 0.7%
17 Mar 2014 5:47:47
Inflation in the 18-nation eurozone fell to 0.7% in February, down from 0.8% in January, revised figures show.
Wolf top dog in reintroduction poll
17 Mar 2014 5:34:54
Wolves leading an online poll of animals people would like to see re-introduced to the British countryside.
TED: Steven Pinker and Rebecca Newberger Goldstein: The long reach of reason - Steven Pinker / Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (2012)
17 Mar 2014 5:00:05
Here's a TED first: an animated Socratic dialog! In a time when irrationality seems to rule both politics and culture, has reasoned thinking finally lost its power? Watch as psychologist Steven Pinker is gradually, brilliantly persuaded by philosopher Rebecca Newberger Goldstein that reason is actually the key driver of human moral progress, even if its effect sometimes takes generations to unfold. The dialog was recorded live at TED, and animated, in incredible, often hilarious, detail by Cognitive Media.
AUDIO: HS2 could 'suck' business from North
17 Mar 2014 4:49:06
An opponent of HS2 has claimed there is "no academic evidence" that the HS2 rail line would grow the economy.
Inflation: A compact guide to big science
17 Mar 2014 4:47:28
The cosmic marker that's caused such a stir
Spectacular cosmic discovery hailed
17 Mar 2014 4:46:20
Scientists say they have found a signal left in the sky by the super-rapid expansion of space that occurred just fractions of a second after the Big Bang.
Ancient animal horn found on beach
17 Mar 2014 3:46:17
An animal horn thought to be 3,000 years old is found on a beach in Gwynedd after the recent storms.
Navy Seals board rogue Libya tanker
17 Mar 2014 2:51:57
US Navy Seals have taken control of a tanker full of oil loaded from a rebel-held port in Libya, the Pentagon says.