Regret apps: Delete the embarrassing
23 Jan 2015 0:00:04
The business of taking back embarrassing messages
US stocks swing higher on ECB move
22 Jan 2015 2:48:38
US stocks swung to a higher close in the wake of the European Central Bank's announcement it plans to buy €60bn ($68.1bn) of bonds a month.
McDonald's sued for racial bias
22 Jan 2015 2:05:14
Ten former McDonald's workers file suit against the fast-food chain in federal court in Virginia, alleging racial discrimination.
Barclays banking services interrupted
22 Jan 2015 1:46:36
Barclays Bank apologises for interruptions to its online and telephone banking services, saying it is looking into the issues on an urgent basis.
EU stimulus to 'reinforce' inequality
22 Jan 2015 1:25:36
The billionaire investor George Soros has warned that the aggressive stimulus policy rolled-out by the European Central Bank could "reinforce inequality" in the EU.
Swiss fear hangover as ECB injects cash
22 Jan 2015 0:17:51
Swiss fear long hangover as ECB injects cash
VIDEO: Farmer sells herd over milk prices
22 Jan 2015 9:57:13
A Monmouthshire farmer decides to sell all his dairy cows and turn to beef farming because of the falling price of milk.
VIDEO: Central bank 'not enough by itself'
22 Jan 2015 9:08:04
George Osborne said that the quantitative easing from the European Central Bank "can help but it is not by itself enough".
Barroso insisted on female candidates
22 Jan 2015 6:12:57
Former European Commission president, Jose-Manuel Barroso, says he 'used blackmail' to get more female commissioners.
VIDEO: Quantitative Easing - in 70 seconds
22 Jan 2015 4:57:41
BBC News explains the concept of quantitative easing - in 70 seconds.
Massive QE programme for eurozone
22 Jan 2015 3:51:09
The European Central Bank announces it will inject billions of euros into the ailing eurozone economy by means of a huge bond-buying programme.
Olympic cities 'must allow' women
22 Jan 2015 2:22:50
The head of the International Olympic Committee says any country bidding to host the Games must make a commitment to "non-discrimination".
Boris Johnson settles US tax bill
22 Jan 2015 1:58:10
London Mayor Boris Johnson settles US capital gains tax bill he had described as "absolutely outrageous".
AUDIO: Why QE is 'like Santa Claus'
22 Jan 2015 1:28:04
J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Stephanie Flanders explains why quantative easing has to be believed to be seen.
Car-buying spree boosts borrowing
22 Jan 2015 1:23:24
Consumer borrowing hit a near seven-year high in November, mainly as a result of new car sales, Bank of England figures show.
EU budget payment hit UK borrowing
22 Jan 2015 1:16:36
UK government borrowing rose to £13.1bn in December, official figures show, largely as a result of a £2.9bn payment to the European Commission budget.
Pop star Rihanna wins image battle
22 Jan 2015 0:49:09
Pop star Rihanna wins legal battle against high street store Topshop over a T-shirt bearing her image.
Royal Mail leads FTSE 100 higher
22 Jan 2015 0:13:28
The FTSE 100 opens higher as investors await news of an expected eurozone stimulus package, while Royal Mail shares rise after its latest trading update.
Balfour Beatty profits in £70m hit
22 Jan 2015 8:33:51
Balfour Beatty says it expects profits for 2014 to be £70m lower at its construction business due to problems with contracts.
Hyundai profit at lowest since 2010
22 Jan 2015 7:58:59
South Korean automaker Hyundai reports a 15% in annual profits
New football ground plans shelved
22 Jan 2015 7:53:11
Plans for a new ground for Cambridge United are shelved, with the club to remain at a redeveloped R Costings Abbey Stadium.
Royal Mail Christmas parcels up 4%
22 Jan 2015 7:30:57
Royal Mail says it delivered 120 million parcels during December, a rise of 4% on a year earlier.
VIDEO: Cyber security high on Davos radar
22 Jan 2015 2:35:53
The World Economic Forum at Davos finds cyber security one of the biggest challenges facing chief executives and political leaders around the world.
VIDEO: Squeezing a business from juice
22 Jan 2015 2:27:30
The story of how one entrepreneur's personal drive for fitness lead to a whole new business selling fresh juice.
Japan shares down ahead of ECB move
22 Jan 2015 2:12:43
Japanese shares are down as investors await the outcome of the European Central Bank's (ECB) monetary policy meeting later on Thursday.