Belgium split over EU-Canada trade deal Ceta
18 Oct 2016 0:51:47
Belgium says EU leaders may agree on a major trade deal with Canada if a Belgian region's opposition can be overcome.
UK house prices: East and South driving rises, says ONS
18 Oct 2016 9:13:09
House prices continued to rise strongly following the Brexit vote - driven by increases in eastern and southern England, official figures show.
UK inflation rises to 1.0% in September
18 Oct 2016 8:54:52
The UK inflation rate rose to 1.0% in September, up from 0.6% in August, as clothing and fuel prices rise, according to official figures.
Space rocket booster deal for east Belfast company Thales
18 Oct 2016 8:42:39
A Belfast-based company is to be the first in the UK to make electric-powered rocket boosters for the space industry.
FTSE 100 higher but Burberry falls
18 Oct 2016 8:00:53
The FTSE 100 index recovers some of Monday's losses, but shares in Burberry fall following its latest trading update.
Tesco sees first market share rise since 2011
18 Oct 2016 7:00:12
Tesco has increased its share of the UK grocery market for the first time since 2011, figures from Kantar Worldpanel show.
Ryanair cuts profit forecast after fall in pound
18 Oct 2016 6:55:57
Ryanair reduces its forecast for full-year profits, blaming the drop in the pound following the Brexit vote.
William Hill and Amaya abandon merger talks
18 Oct 2016 6:49:18
British bookmaker William Hill and Amaya, owner of the world's biggest poker website, end talks of a possible £4.5bn merger.
Dalian Wanda woos Hollywood filmmakers to China
18 Oct 2016 5:24:36
China's Dalian Wanda says it will give international movie and TV production firms huge discounts to film at their Qingdao studios.
Video pioneer backs gig economy
17 Oct 2016 3:27:18
Entrepreneur Tim Norton champions the gig economy with his cloud-based video production firm, but says there are challenges.
17 Oct 2016 3:23:56
Firms are increasingly using game play to encourage greater engagement from customers and staff - but does gamification work?
Inflation means inflation
17 Oct 2016 3:20:43
Sooner or later, the downward pressure on the pound since the UK's Brexit vote is expected to lead to upward pressure on the prices of most things we buy.
Online fraud 'costs UK £10.9bn a year'
17 Oct 2016 3:16:23
Annual fraud and cybercrime losses in the UK have grown to the equivalent of £210 per adult, according to research.
Self-employed 'now earning less than in 1995'
17 Oct 2016 3:00:11
Self-employed workers are typically paid less today than they were 20 years ago, according to new research from the Resolution Foundation.
Netflix shares soar as video service posts jump in subscribers
17 Oct 2016 1:43:39
Netflix shakes off worries over growth with new subscriber numbers that beat estimates and sends its share price soaring 20%.
It's a Good Hair Day for Coty with £420m GHD takeover
17 Oct 2016 4:34:12
British hair straightener maker GHD is being sold to an American beauty firm behind brands including Wella and Clairol. for £420m.
Russia Today: NatWest 'freezes RT's bank accounts' in UK
17 Oct 2016 2:42:21
All bank accounts belonging to Russian state broadcaster RT, formerly Russia Today, have been frozen in the UK, the network's editor-in-chief says.
'I didn't want to be a weekend dad': CBI urges flexibility
17 Oct 2016 2:33:51
Employers should offer flexible working when jobs are advertised to help widen the pool of potential applicants, the CBI says.
Liverpool's Royal Liver building is put up for sale
17 Oct 2016 0:46:52
Liverpool's Royal Liver building is put up for sale for the first time in its history.
Bank branch closures hit small firms, says FSB
17 Oct 2016 9:52:56
Small businesses - many of which deal in cash and cheques - face "tough challenges" owing to the closure of bank branches, a lobby group says.
Tesla told to dump Autopilot brand in Germany
17 Oct 2016 9:14:48
Tesla is told to drop the Autopilot brand name, which it uses to promote its driver-assistance software, in Germany.
Pound fall a 'shock absorber', says BoE's Ben Broadbent
17 Oct 2016 9:06:11
Bank of England deputy governor Ben Broadbent tells the BBC that the fall in the value of sterling has acted as an important "shock absorber" for the economy.
Australian casino shares tumble after China arrests
17 Oct 2016 8:32:17
Shares in Asian casino firms tumble after James Packer's Crown Resorts confirmed that 18 staff had been detained in China.
FTSE 100 falls as Pearson shares hit
17 Oct 2016 8:18:05
Shares in education publisher Pearson fall nearly 5%, the biggest faller on the FTSE 100, after it reports falling sales.
Serving a city where 'time is more precious than money'
17 Oct 2016 7:44:49
Sajit Madiye, 25, speaks to the BBC about what his job working for delivery service Russsh means to him.