Sixty years of government spending
20 Mar 2014 0:11:36
Spending shifts from the end of rationing to present day
Larry Page on Google's smart future
20 Mar 2014 0:04:08
Larry Page has been talking about privacy, government surveillance and Google's robotic future at the Ted conference.
Tesco uses wrong cows in milk advert
19 Mar 2014 9:56:06
Supermarket giant Tesco is forced to drop a national advertising campaign after mistakenly using pictures of beef cattle in its milk adverts.
US Fed cuts stimulus back further
19 Mar 2014 8:31:05
The US Federal Reserve reduces its monthly bond-buying programme by $10bn to $55bn its third cut in a row.
Budget 2014: Paul Lewis Q&A
19 Mar 2014 8:19:19
The BBC's Paul Lewis answers your tweets
Boeing 787 design is safe says FAA
19 Mar 2014 8:04:57
The design and manufacture of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is safe, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says.
Mugabe caps 'fat cat' state salaries
19 Mar 2014 7:25:17
President Robert Mugabe's government moves to ease public anger in Zimbabwe by capping the pay of managers of state-owned companies.
The chancellor's plan to unlock pensions
19 Mar 2014 7:15:24
How the chancellor's new plans will work
VIDEO: CBI gives Budget a 'thumbs-up'
19 Mar 2014 7:09:13
George Osborne's latest Budget has been given a "thumbs-up" from business lobbying organisation the CBI.
What is an annuity?
19 Mar 2014 5:48:05
Annuities: What are they and how do they work?
VIDEO: 'More generous' savings rules
19 Mar 2014 5:36:51
George Osborne has unveiled measures to boost the income of pensioners and savers hit by low interest rates.
French rogue trader to go to jail
19 Mar 2014 4:35:48
French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel, who caused huge losses at bank Societe Generale, loses his appeal against jail but his fine is to be reviewed.
Autonomy's ex-boss hits back at HP
19 Mar 2014 4:31:17
Technology firm Autonomy's former boss hits back at claims his company was overpriced when it was sold to Hewlett-Packard (HP) in 2011.
What the Budget means for you
19 Mar 2014 4:21:03
What the Budget means for you
VIDEO: Chancellor 'incredibly proud' on tax
19 Mar 2014 4:11:08
Chancellor George Osborne has announced tax changes for "low and middle income" workers in his latest Budget.
Toyota in deal over US safety probe
19 Mar 2014 3:57:03
The US has reached a $1.2bn settlement with Japan's Toyota after a four-year inquiry into the car giant's reporting of safety issues, officials say.
VIDEO: '60 years old - half my money's gone'
19 Mar 2014 3:42:01
Nigel Cassidy returns to Cyprus to see how the country is faring a year after tough bailout measures.
Massive offshore wind farm approved
19 Mar 2014 2:40:18
The Scottish government gives the go-ahead to a major offshore wind farm development in the Outer Moray Firth.
Bus producer secures £100m order
19 Mar 2014 2:02:54
Bus manufacturer Alexander Dennis Limited signs a £100m deal to produce 600 vehicles for National Express over the next five years.
VIDEO: Zara owner's profits flatten
19 Mar 2014 1:47:07
Victoria Fritz reports on why huge fashion chain Inditex has seen its profits flatten for the first time in 13 years.
UK unemployment falls by 63,000
19 Mar 2014 0:38:17
UK unemployment fell by 63,000 to 2.33 million in the three months to January, with the jobless rate at 7.2%.
AUDIO: UK investment 'helps Nissan compete'
19 Mar 2014 0:00:16
The BBC's Evan Davis visits Nissan to hear why they choose to invest in the UK.
AUDIO: Britain's industrial rebalancing
19 Mar 2014 9:59:41
The BBC's Evan Davis looks at the North East's subsea sector, visiting robotics manufacturer SMD.
Zara owner sees modest profit rise
19 Mar 2014 9:47:48
Inditex, the Spanish company behind the Zara fashion chain, says profits rose only slightly last year as a result of refurbishment costs and currency movements.
Pistorius betting ad 'broke rules'
19 Mar 2014 9:22:38
Bookmaker Paddy Power's ad featuring Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius brought advertising into disrepute, the UK's ad regulator has ruled.