13 Feb 2017 0:35:04
How mobile technology is profoundly changing access to money in the developing world.
13 Feb 2017 0:12:51
The woman who uses blockchain technology to prove where food comes from.
The woman using technology to prove where food comes from
13 Feb 2017 0:11:14
Jessie Baker's firm Provenance tracks the source of food using pioneering blockchain technology.
Tesco customers overcharged by out-of-date offers
13 Feb 2017 0:05:15
The supermarket giant promises to check prices at over 3,500 shops following a BBC investigation.
Tesco multi-buy offers widely out of date, BBC investigation finds
13 Feb 2017 0:04:58
A BBC undercover reporter found shoppers being overcharged on out-of-date multi-buy offers around the country.
Work to be done
13 Feb 2017 0:04:10
How Australian entrepreneur Matt Barrie set up and grew website Freelancer, which links people who need tasks done with others who bid for the work.
'Pensioner incomes outstrip those of working families'
13 Feb 2017 0:02:38
Typical pensioner incomes outstrip working age incomes, a new report suggests.
Swiss voters reject reform to multinationals' tax bills
12 Feb 2017 0:16:32
Swiss voters reject a plan to prevent steep tax rises for multinational companies.
Call for scrutiny of private firms 'to prevent another BHS'
12 Feb 2017 2:42:44
A committee of MPs says large private firms should face similar oversight to publicly listed ones.
Campaign to defeat UK online dating fraud
12 Feb 2017 9:11:18
Average victim is aged 49 and some hand over £10,000 or more to fraudsters.
Cheating Frenchman sues Uber for tipping off wife about affair
12 Feb 2017 8:50:52
The Frenchman was caught out by a bug in the application after using his wife's phone, lawyer says.
Too big to fail?
12 Feb 2017 0:53:04
Spotify may be "too big to fail", according to Billboard magazine, but the clock is ticking as the company hatches its plans to go public.
My Shop: How YouTube saved one shopkeeper but nearly broke her
12 Feb 2017 0:48:40
How YouTube rescued a comic shop, but nearly broke its owner.
Panama charges two Mossack Fonseca partners over Brazil link
12 Feb 2017 0:14:59
The two Mossack Fonseca partners have been charged with alleged money-laundering.
Call for review of Scottish business rates revaluation
12 Feb 2017 0:00:24
Ruth Davidson writes to Nicola Sturgeon calling for an "immediate review" of the ongoing business rates revaluation.
India's iconic Ambassador car brand is sold to Peugeot
11 Feb 2017 0:42:16
It is unclear whether the new owners will revive production of India's former bestselling car.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker 'will not seek second term'
11 Feb 2017 7:07:15
Jean-Claude Juncker became European Commission president in 2014 - despite opposition from Britain.
Convenience store shoplifting 'losses triple'
10 Feb 2017 5:53:10
The Association of Convenience Stores estimates losses totalling about £131m in England, Scotland and Wales.
Zambians not gaining from rising copper prices
10 Feb 2017 5:50:04
The increase in copper prices in Zambia is not yet trickling down to communities.
BA cabin crew to stage new four day strike over pay
10 Feb 2017 5:39:46
The Unite union announces more industrial action in a continuing BA pay dispute.
Is India's Infosys in a Tata-style battle?
10 Feb 2017 4:16:48
The larger question is what all this means for the global perception of Indian companies.
Mozambique's lucrative ruby mines
10 Feb 2017 3:43:26
Half of the world's rubies are mined in Mozambique but operations are not without their challenges.
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins on losing legal case
10 Feb 2017 1:58:00
Pimlico Plumbers boss Charlie Mullins says they're very likely to appeal after losing a significant court case.
British Gas freezing its energy prices until August
10 Feb 2017 1:43:56
British Gas freezes gas and electricity tariffs until August while Scottish Power raises its prices.
Plumber wins workers' rights battle against Pimlico Plumbers
10 Feb 2017 1:38:17
The case is the latest to consider the rights of workers and their status with a company that hires them.