Several plead guilty to Paypal hack
Today » 2:47:31
Thirteen people plead guilty to disabling Paypal's servers in an attack that US authorities say was orchestrated by hacking collective Anonymous.
Barclays cycle hire deal to end
Today » 1:51:16
Barclays will not renew its sponsorship of the cycle hire scheme in London after the deal ends in 2015.
Ex-Detroit mayor must repay $4.7m
Today » 1:25:40
A US judge orders former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick to repay the city and tax officials $4.7m (£2.8m) after being found guilty of corruption.
RBS finance director to step down
Today » 1:12:43
The Royal Bank of Scotland's group finance director is to resign less than three months after taking the role.
US bank wants 'Bitcoin-like' scheme
Today » 0:39:12
US bank JP Morgan Chase files for a US patent to develop a payment system using "virtual cash", similar to emerging currency Bitcoin.
VIDEO: Watchdog criticises pension annuities
Today » 0:13:56
Some insurance companies and pension providers have been heavily criticised in a report on the sale of annuities to people when they retire.
Lululemon founder resigns over row
Today » 0:11:15
Chip Wilson, the billionaire founder of yoga clothing brand Lululemon, resigns in the wake of controversial statements over body size.
First private Mars mission revealed
Today » 0:11:11
The first private mission to Mars will feature a TV satellite and a robot lander carrying experiments designed by school students.
VIDEO: What next after the 3D printed gun?
Today » 7:31:17
Cody Wilson, who made the first 3D printed gun, tells Click about his other projects.
Madagascar village 'hit by plague'
Today » 7:24:01
A village in Madagascar has been hit by a deadly outbreak of the bubonic plague, medical experts on the island confirm.
Liverpool Post to cease publication
Today » 6:56:14
Liverpool's oldest newspaper is to cease publication due to a lack of demand, its parent company says.
General Motors names new woman boss
Yesterday » 5:20:57
US car giant General Motors says Mary Barra, formerly product development chief, is its new chief executive, the first female boss of a US car company.
Barcelona consider leaving Nou Camp
Today » 4:43:11
Barcelona are set to decide on plans to expand their Nou Camp stadium or move to a new location.
VIDEO: GM 'no longer Government Motors'
Yesterday » 4:26:44
General Motors specialist Jeff Bennett says the sale of the US government's stake in General Motors will allow the car maker to start afresh.
VIDEO: Nelson Mandela's economic legacy
Yesterday » 4:16:18
Lerato Mbele looks back at Nelson Mandela's economic policies and considers their impact today.
Defence privatisation plan axed
Yesterday » 4:08:33
The government abandons plans to privatise its defence procurement body after only one bidder was left in contention for the contract.
Three options to save Meadowbank
Yesterday » 3:56:42
Edinburgh councillors are considering selling off some of the land at Meadowbank Stadium to redevelop the site.
Ikea wolf becomes HK protest symbol
Today » 2:42:00
A stuffed toy wolf stocked by Swedish furniture giant Ikea sells out in in Hong Kong, after it appears to have become an unlikely symbol of protest.
Scramble for cash as farm subsidies pot shrinks
Yesterday » 2:08:31
The fight for farm cash as subsidy pot shrinks
Rare orchid rediscovered in Azores
Yesterday » 2:01:16
Europe's rarest species of orchid has been rediscovered on an island in the Azores, claim scientists.
VIDEO: 'Strong demand for all-in holidays'
Yesterday » 1:53:24
Chief executive of Tui travel company Peter Long tells BBC Breakfast the firm has seen a strong demand for all-inclusive holidays due to the higher cost of living.
Payday loan ads on TV soar to 400,000
Yesterday » 1:49:38
Television viewers were exposed to nearly 400,000 payday loan adverts last year, according to the regulator, Ofcom.
Peter Higgs to receive Nobel medal
Yesterday » 1:29:45
Prof Peter Higgs is among the Nobel laureates set to receive their medals on Tuesday at a ceremony in Stockholm.
AUDIO: 'Carney could raise capital requirements'
Yesterday » 1:17:23
Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics), discusses the Bank of England governor's concern about a potential UK housing market bubble.
AUDIO: Annuity regulators 'asleep at the wheel'
Yesterday » 1:15:28
The BBC's Simon Gompertz and Tom McPhail, head of pensions research at Hargreaves Lansdown, discuss recent criticism of the annuities market.