Kim Dotcom wins right to livestream extradition appeal
Yesterday » 3:38:54
A New Zealand judge allows internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to livestream his appeal against extradition to the US on YouTube.
Shenzhen's start up scene: from ski sensors to worm farms
Yesterday » 1:52:21
Shenzhen is famous for making electronics, but it's also become a popular spot for start-ups from all over the world.
American Airlines boss moves to rival United
Yesterday » 1:46:25
American Airlines president Scott Kirby moves to rival United Continental to take up the same job.
Hershey shares tumble after Mondelez scraps takeover bid
Yesterday » 0:15:03
Snacks giant Mondelez International is abandoning its takeover bid for American confectioner Hershey after its $23bn (£18bn) offer was rejected.
Feel the rhythm
Yesterday » 3:00:23
The latest assistive technologies are enabling people with disabilities to be more active and compete at the highest level.
'Real and relatable'
Yesterday » 3:00:18
After a year of asking CEOs to reveal their advice for success, BBC News looks at the role of gender in business mentoring.
Debt woes 'weigh heavily' on young people, survey finds
Yesterday » 3:00:11
More than a third of 18 to 24-year-olds have debts of almost £3,000 and experience significant concerns about their finances, a survey finds.
UK sees record number of foreign investment projects
Yesterday » 3:00:05
A record number of investments were made by foreign firms in the UK in the year to April 2016, according to a report from the Department for International Trade.
Yale student workers file for union rights
Yesterday » 1:11:14
Yale graduate students who work as teaching and research assistants file paperwork to form a union.
Apple facing record bill for Irish tax
Yesterday » 0:06:34
Apple could be ordered to pay billions of euros in back taxes in the Republic of Ireland under a European Union ruling expected on Tuesday.
EpiPen maker to sell cheaper generic version
Yesterday » 5:58:22
The maker of the EpiPen allergy drug will start selling a generic version in the wake of criticism about steep price increases.
Yesterday » 2:07:48
Germany's economy minister claims that talks about the TTIP trade deal have failed highlight the uphill battle that negotiators are facing.
Bourne's 3D conversion sends Chinese heads spinning
Yesterday » 0:31:28
Chinese audiences are complaining that a 3D version of the latest Bourne movie is causing headaches and nausea.
Kim Dotcom calls for livestream of extradition appeal
Yesterday » 0:02:36
A High Court judge considers a request that Kim Dotcom's extradition appeal be livestreamed on YouTube.
China launches own aircraft engine-maker to rival the West
Yesterday » 8:46:52
China launches its first aircraft-engine manufacturer in an attempt to wean itself off Western suppliers and become a global aviation power.
Tidal turbines connected to grid
Yesterday » 8:16:44
Turbines installed off the coast of Shetland could herald a "new era" in tidal energy, according to the company running the project.
Bank holiday shopper footfall 'down 4%'
Yesterday » 8:14:15
The number of people out shopping in the UK on Saturday and Sunday fell by 4.1% compared with last year's August bank holiday weekend, retail researchers say.
Bookings down for terror-hit tourist countries
Yesterday » 7:50:39
Destinations struggling to attract visitors following terrorist attacks will continue to see a decline in international arrivals, flight reservation data suggests.
Beyonce dominates MTV awards
Yesterday » 7:07:11
Beyonce was the big winner at last night's MTV VMAs in New York.
Hundreds of Pokemon Go incidents logged by police
Yesterday » 6:37:43
Pokemon Go players have been involved in hundreds of police incidents since the gaming app phenomenon launched, the BBC learns.
1,400 scientists attend Belfast livestock conference
Yesterday » 5:11:09
More than 1,400 scientists are in Belfast this week for a major farming conference worth almost £3m to the local economy.
Uber suspends services in Abu Dhabi
29 Aug 2016 0:55:46
Taxi-hailing service Uber and rival Careem suspend their services in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, amid issues over regulations.
Indian lesbian romance film turns to internet financing
29 Aug 2016 0:50:42
Indian lesbian romance film 'The Other Love Story' takes on a taboo topic and turns to the internet for funding.
Fabric of success
28 Aug 2016 3:00:29
How Indian entrepreneur Lavanya Nalli is leading the modernisation of her family's 88-year-old clothing company, while still holding on to its decades of tradition.
The 88-year-old sari company
28 Aug 2016 3:00:16
Lavanya Nalli tells the story of her family's sari business in Chennai - and her ambitions for its expansion.