Tesco's sales fall faster than rivals
Yesterday » 1:24:25
Tesco's sales are falling faster than any of its competitors as it loses market share to discounters Aldi and Lidl as well as upmarket rival Waitrose.
Claims advice after payment shutdown
Yesterday » 0:54:01
Home movers who face an extra bill owing to the payment system shutdown at the Bank of England on Monday can approach their bank for help.
Aussie bees fight 'hive wars'
Yesterday » 0:44:45
Bee colonies in Brisbane are waging war for months on end, according to a new study, and the victorious swarms are taking over the hives of rival species.
AUDIO: Nigeria's vibrant media industry
Yesterday » 0:37:15
How Nigeria's media industry could become one of the world's most vibrant
Microsoft boss gets $84m pay package
Yesterday » 0:15:40
Microsoft boss Satya Nadella has been given a pay package worth $84.3m, making him one of the top earners in the tech industry.
Rising property values prompt loans
Yesterday » 9:25:27
Borrowing drawing on the equity tied up in people's property hits its highest quarterly level since records began in 2002, figures show.
Public borrowing rises in September
Yesterday » 8:48:32
Government borrowing rises in September to £11.8bn, an increase of £1.6bn compared with a year earlier.
Amazon agrees e-book pricing deal
Yesterday » 8:40:43
Online retailer Amazon reaches a deal with publisher Simon & Schuster over the pricing of e-books.
FTSE 100 holds steady in early trade
Yesterday » 8:16:30
The London market opens flat as investors digest a number of company results.
Asos profits fall 14% but sales rise
Yesterday » 7:11:03
Annual profits at Asos fall 14% after the online retailer was hit by the strength of sterling and a major warehouse fire.
VIDEO: EU pesticide ban 'threatens crops'
Yesterday » 6:38:35
A report published today claims that banning too many pesticides will lead to lower yields on farm, which in turn could result in an increase in food imports, and job losses
Man walks again after transplant
Yesterday » 4:31:50
A paralysed man becomes the first in the world to walk again following a pioneering therapy which involved transplanting cells from his nose into his severed spinal cord.
Asia stocks fall after China data
Yesterday » 4:28:29
Asian stocks fall after data shows China's economy grew 7.3% in the third quarter, its slowest pace in more than five years.
Flights axed due to weather warning
Yesterday » 4:05:39
Heathrow cancels about 10% of flights on Tuesday, as strong winds and rain from the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo hit the UK.
China growth data beats expectations
Yesterday » 2:28:15
China posts better than expected growth data after the government increased stimulus spending and eased property restrictions.
VIDEO: 'Australia does not have to take sides'
Yesterday » 1:06:19
Australia's former foreign minister Bob Carr says it is important they remain neutral over a territorial dispute between China and Japan.
Life Story with David Attenborough
Yesterday » 0:47:00
David Attenborough's new series on the journey through life
Total boss dies in Moscow air crash
Yesterday » 0:32:31
Christophe de Margerie, chief executive of French oil company Total, has died in a Moscow air crash, a Vnukovo airport official confirms.
Hobbit find rewriting human history
Yesterday » 3:32:06
Tiny species found a decade ago in Indonesia caused big rethink
Connecting India's offline millions
20 Oct 2014 2:46:56
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to connect the world to his social network through Internet.org - and he now has India in his sights.
AbbVie and Shire terminate merger
20 Oct 2014 2:26:33
US firm AbbVie announces it has abandoned its talks with UK drugmaker Shire after a new US rule discouraging mergers that would lower a US firm's tax rate.
Apple earnings beat on strong sales
20 Oct 2014 0:43:19
Apple reports third-quarter earnings of $8.47bn (£5.24bn), beating analysts' expectations, helped by sales of its new iPhone
VIDEO: 'CHAPS problem delayed my move'
20 Oct 2014 9:41:25
House movers, including Aidan Myles from Chorlton, faced delays after the Bank of England stopped an automated system that transfers billions of pounds between banks for much of the day.
VIDEO: Singapore's philanthropic dynasty
20 Oct 2014 9:27:37
How the Tan family runs a charitable foundation out of its 1930s Singapore mansion, while Singapore struggles to think charitably.
Singapore's charity in a mansion
20 Oct 2014 9:09:43
Singapore's philanthropic dynasty