Spoofs, lies and re-tweet japes
23 Aug 2012 2:46:36
The fine line between parody posts and harassment lawsuits
It's time to reap benefits of 4G
23 Aug 2012 2:45:34
Rest of the world must follow the high-speed pioneers.
VIDEO: Murdoch supports BBC licence fee
23 Aug 2012 0:42:45
Elisabeth Murdoch has come out in support of the BBC licence fee in a speech to TV executives in Edinburgh.
SPL makes first payment to clubs
23 Aug 2012 7:59:55
The Scottish Premier League has paid 50% of the monies owed to its member clubs and also makes payment to Scottish Football League.
VIDEO: QE 'a disaster' for pension savers
23 Aug 2012 7:11:13
Director general of Saga, Dr Ros Altmann, has attacked the Bank of England's policy of quantitative easing claiming it has left pension savers worse off.
Millionaire named Newport chair
23 Aug 2012 6:53:37
A £45.5m lottery winner is appointed chairman of Conference side Newport County.
VIDEO: Eurozone data 'points to new recession'
23 Aug 2012 5:40:06
The eurozone's economy is set to contract by 0.5%-0.6% in the July to September quarter, tipping it into its second recession in three years, a closely-watched survey suggests.
US manufacturing sees weak growth
23 Aug 2012 4:50:08
Growth in the US manufacturing sector remained weak during August, according to a closely-watched survey.
AUDIO: 'Massive disparity' in miners' pay
23 Aug 2012 4:38:44
Mining analyst Charlie Long says that rock drillers in the South African platinum industry are believed to earn a fraction of the wages of their Australian counterparts.
Tycoon's arrest triggers bank run
23 Aug 2012 4:06:08
Depositors withdraw hundreds of millions of dollars from one of Vietnam's largest banks after the arrest of one of its founders.
AUDIO: Space: Mining's next frontier?
23 Aug 2012 3:55:27
Do private companies have the right to lay claim to resources on other planets and asteroids?
VIDEO: Investment banking 'rotten to its core'
23 Aug 2012 2:50:36
Investment banks work in packs like a cartel, John Mann from the UK's Treasury Select Committee tells Hardtalk.
Asil Nadir jailed for 10 years
23 Aug 2012 2:40:26
Former fugitive tycoon Asil Nadir is jailed for 10 years for stealing nearly £29m from his Polly Peck business empire more than 20 years ago.
Bank defends QE policy effects
23 Aug 2012 2:31:36
The Bank of England has defended its policy of quantitative easing against accusations that it has exacerbated company pension scheme deficits.
Sony cuts 1,000 mobile phone jobs
23 Aug 2012 1:56:03
Sony, the loss-making Japanese electronics and entertainment company, is cutting 1,000 jobs from its mobile phone division, as part of cost-saving measures.
'World first' for tidal turbine
23 Aug 2012 1:18:26
A tidal turbine, which is claimed to be the world's first community-owned device of its kind, is to be built in Scotland.
Plan to reveal cost of pensions
23 Aug 2012 0:43:47
A plan to give pension savers much more information about how much they are being charged is outlined by the Association of British Insurers
Bad loans hit Co-operative Group
23 Aug 2012 0:41:49
The Co-operative Group reports a sharp fall in profits due to bad business loans and what it describes as a "competitive" food market.
AUDIO: Retail bonds 'safer than shares'
23 Aug 2012 0:32:21
With stock markets unpredictable, and returns from cash deposits almost non-existent, investors and savers are turning to lending money directly to companies via so-called "retail bonds".
Eurozone 'heading for recession'
23 Aug 2012 0:28:21
Falling output from the eurozone's manufacturing and services sectors suggest the region is heading for another recession, analysts say.
AUDIO: Politicians 'delegate too much power to BoE'
23 Aug 2012 0:10:51
Is the Bank of England getting too much power? Kate Barker, a former member of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee, explains why she thinks politicians are delegating too much.
VIDEO: New growth markets drive Diageo profits
23 Aug 2012 9:47:55
Diageo, the world's biggest producer of spirits, has reported a big jump in annual profits, thanks in part to strong sales and acquisitions in emerging markets.
Asia travel boosts Kuoni turnover
23 Aug 2012 9:30:30
Swiss travel operator Kuoni reports a 27% rise in half-year revenues, helped by strong growth in Asian markets.
UK home sales 'fell back in July'
23 Aug 2012 9:22:14
The number of homes sold in the UK declined in July, according to figures from HM Revenue & Customs
VIDEO: Television adverts 'have most impact'
23 Aug 2012 8:54:33
Television advertising still has more of an impact on viewers than online or newspaper adverts, according to Deloitte.