Unilever: Negotiations continue in NI price dispute
14 Oct 2016 6:54:41
Negotiations are continuing to try and resolve a dispute between retailers here and the multinational goods manufacturer Unilever.
Chelsea signs record-breaking £900m Nike kit deal
14 Oct 2016 6:10:54
Chelsea signs a new kit deal with US sportswear giants Nike, in an agreement which marks the largest commercial deal in the club's history.
Verizon says Yahoo data breach could affect deal
14 Oct 2016 5:53:09
US telecoms firm Verizon says Yahoo's massive data breach could have a "material" impact on its deal to buy the internet firm.
Samsung expects further profit hit from Note 7 fallout
14 Oct 2016 1:26:48
Samsung expects further blows to its profits from the Note 7 fallout, saying it expects revenue to be affected into the first quarter of 2017.
MPs urge ministers to 'get a grip' in midst of Southern strike woes
14 Oct 2016 1:25:37
The government's handling of rail franchises is attacked in a report by MPs that cites Southern passengers' woes as a three-day staff strike ends.
Comet impact 'linked' to rise of mammals
14 Oct 2016 1:07:56
A comet impact 55 million years ago may have helped mammals dominate the Earth.
14 Oct 2016 0:38:02
Tom Feilden explains why maths and computing may now hold the key to a career in medicine and biology
HP cuts up to 4,000 jobs worldwide
14 Oct 2016 0:31:19
US computer company HP Inc says it expects to cut 3,000 to 4,000 jobs over the next three years as part of a larger restructuring effort.
13 Oct 2016 3:29:58
A successful tax evasion amnesty scheme in India is unlikely to make the country's illegal money problem go away, writes Sanjoy Majumder.
Lights, camera... cloud
13 Oct 2016 3:01:24
Cloud computing is giving small design and special effects studios the chance to compete with the giants of the film industry. But what are the drawbacks?
Rwanda begins Zipline commercial drone deliveries
13 Oct 2016 3:01:02
What is believed to be the world's first regular commercial drone delivery service is launching in Rwanda.
13 Oct 2016 9:14:46
A group of Vienna-based scientists are working on plans to create a pacifist nation state, called Asgardia, in space.
Tesco and Unilever end price dispute
13 Oct 2016 8:41:57
The BBC understands Unilever gave some ground to resolve issues affecting the supply of leading brands including Marmite to Tesco.
Bird tracking could provide flu early warning system
13 Oct 2016 8:15:07
Monitoring wild birds on their long migrations may provide early warning of bird flu outbreaks, say scientists.
MPs to vote on stripping Sir Philip Green's knighthood
13 Oct 2016 5:41:24
MPs are set to vote on whether Sir Philip Green should be stripped of his knighthood, BBC Newsnight has learned.
Lord Wolfson: 'Inflation will be a challenge next year'
13 Oct 2016 5:29:37
Lord Wolfson, the chief executive of Next, tells the BBC the decline in the pound "inevitably" means there will be some inflation in the UK next year.
HMRC steps in to help sort out Concentrix tax credits problems
13 Oct 2016 5:26:26
More than 500 civil servants are deployed to help a private company sort out problems caused by 45,000 tax credit claimants having their benefits stopped.
5 ways to lead in an era of constant change | Jim Hemerling
13 Oct 2016 5:08:44
Who says change needs to be hard? Organizational change expert Jim Hemerling thinks adapting your business in today's constantly-evolving world can be invigorating instead of exhausting. He outlines five imperatives, centered around putting people first, for turning company reorganization into an empowering, energizing task for all.
Young could get early access to state pension
13 Oct 2016 2:16:03
Early access to a state pension for those who start work at 16 or who work in manual jobs is among suggestions made to an official review.
Almost 6,000 online shops hit by hackers
13 Oct 2016 1:50:53
Almost 6,000 web shops are unknowingly harbouring malicious code that is stealing the credit card details of customers, suggests research.
Sports Direct's acting finance director steps down
13 Oct 2016 1:41:12
Sports retailer Sports Direct says its acting finance director, Matt Pearson, will step down after four months in the role.
Tesco-Unilever row: Can unique shop explain 'Marmitegate'?
13 Oct 2016 1:05:15
Can an unusual shop just for Unilever staff at the company's London headquarters help to explain the row between the supplier and supermarket giant Tesco?
Lord Wolfson offers £250,000 prize for roads solution
13 Oct 2016 0:50:53
Lord Wolfson, the chief executive of Next, is offering a £250,000 prize for the best suggestion on how improve the UK's overcrowded roads.
UN moves to ban 'fastest growing' greenhouse gases
13 Oct 2016 0:06:09
Banning the cooling gases currently used in refrigeration and air conditioning could save half a degree of global warming if a deal can be agreed in Rwanda.
Dragon in the tank
13 Oct 2016 8:56:15
Land Speed Record holder Andy Green reflects on the partnership the Bloodhound supersonic car project has forged with Chinese auto group Geely.