Squeezing out water to save the future
11 Sep 2014 3:22:23
How business is saving water to save all of our futures
Scotland: Why would firms shift south?
11 Sep 2014 2:52:34
Why might banks want re-domicile from Scotland to England?
VIDEO: Could independence affect shop prices?
11 Sep 2014 2:15:26
Some of the UK's leading retailers have suggested they would have to raise their prices in an independent Scotland, as Robert Peston reports.
Argentina defies US court in debt row
11 Sep 2014 9:57:27
Argentina's Congress passes a bill designed to defy a US court ruling that pushed the country into default in July
'Giant swimming dinosaur' unearthed
11 Sep 2014 8:08:10
A giant fossil, unearthed in the Sahara desert, has given scientists an unprecedented look at Spinosaurus - the largest-known carnivorous dinosaur.
VIDEO: How would Yes vote affect banks?
11 Sep 2014 8:03:20
RBS has confirmed it will relocate its registered headquarters to London if Scotland votes for independence - Kamal Ahmed reports on the possible impact on business of a Yes vote.
RadioShack in bankruptcy warning
11 Sep 2014 6:12:28
US electronics retailer RadioShack says that it is in talks to restructure the firm but warns that if an investment is not secured soon, it could be forced to declare bankruptcy.
Scotland's financial sector in numbers
11 Sep 2014 5:24:24
How important is the financial sector to Scotland's economy?
Spurs owners deny takeover rumours
11 Sep 2014 5:13:02
Tottenham Hotspur's owners deny press speculation of a takeover amid delays over the construction of their new stadium.
Tenants may win eviction protection
11 Sep 2014 4:34:27
Nine million private tenants in the UK could be given extra protection from landlords who try to evict them.
ENI boss investigated for corruption
11 Sep 2014 4:30:43
The chief executive of the Italian oil and natural gas company ENI is under investigation over possible international corruption charges.
Npower threatened with bailiffs
11 Sep 2014 4:11:20
A man who was never a customer of the energy giant Npower was threatened with a bill of £5,600, but has now won his legal action after a two year battle.
VIDEO: Morrisons' profits hurt by price war
11 Sep 2014 4:06:51
The supermarket chain Morrisons has reported a fall in half year profits of just over 30% as it feels the effects of cutting prices to win back shoppers.
VIDEO: What RBS relocation announcement means
11 Sep 2014 4:03:10
The BBC's Economics Editor Robert Peston analyses RBS's announcement that it would relocate its registered headquarters if Scotland votes for independence.
John Lewis warns on Scotland prices
11 Sep 2014 2:39:53
Prices in Scottish branches of John Lewis and Waitrose may be more expensive than the rest of the UK if the country votes Yes to independence.
VIDEO: John Lewis: Yes vote will raise costs
11 Sep 2014 2:37:55
A Yes vote in Scotland would raise business risks, John Lewis chairman Sir Charlie Mayfield says
Rosetta comet chaser takes 'selfie'
11 Sep 2014 2:08:04
The Rosetta spacecraft has sent a hauntingly beautiful picture of itself from deep space.
EU sanctions on Russia 'on Friday'
11 Sep 2014 1:58:04
The European Union agrees to impose on Friday new sanctions on Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis, diplomatic sources say.
Russia reduces gas exports to Poland
11 Sep 2014 1:01:15
Russia's gas supplies to Poland have dropped by 45%, Poland's state gas firm PGNiG says, amid tensions over Ukraine.
VIDEO: Microsoft 'could buy Minecraft'
11 Sep 2014 0:53:47
The video games studio behind Minecraft is in talks to be taken over by Microsoft, according to reports.
Southeastern rail franchise renewed
11 Sep 2014 0:40:10
Southeastern is to continue to operate rail services between London, Kent and parts of East Sussex until June 2018, the government says.
Housing market 'reaches plateau'
11 Sep 2014 9:37:37
The housing market is beginning to level out, according to a nationwide survey of chartered surveyors.
Mastercard loses appeal against veto
11 Sep 2014 8:51:48
The debit and credit card company Mastercard loses an appeal against an EU veto at Europe's highest court, the European Court of Justice.
Next profits up on economic revival
11 Sep 2014 8:49:15
Next reports a strong rise in half-year profits as higher house prices and the continuing economic recovery feed into household spending.
Morrisons' profits hurt by price war
11 Sep 2014 6:52:08
WM Morrison reports a fall in half year profits of just over 30% as it continues to suffer from the effects of the supermarket price wars.