19 Jul 2016 5:03:48
Scientists are studying Dolly the sheep's "siblings" in order to study the health of cloned animals.
19 Jul 2016 2:41:38
The former Chancellor George Osborne peppered media interviews with references to the "Northern Powerhouse" but what's next for the project since his departure?
How healthy are China's banks?
19 Jul 2016 1:50:44
Concerns remain about the health of parts of China's banking sector - the world's largest.
Softbank shares slide 10% after ARM takeover
19 Jul 2016 1:19:01
Shares in Japan's Softbank have fallen 10% after being hit with a glut of sell orders following its purchase of ARM Holdings.
Netflix price rises prompt subscribers to turn off
19 Jul 2016 0:36:35
Netflix shares fall sharply after the video streaming firm added fewer subscribers than expected ahead of US prices rises.
19 Jul 2016 0:31:28
Could F1 and aeronautical tech help Sir Ben Ainslie's 'flying' catamaran win the America's Cup?
19 Jul 2016 0:22:57
In the early 60s, 13 women undertook secret tests at Nasa to see if they could become astronauts.
UK fraud police release wanted list
18 Jul 2016 3:48:46
A list of 10 alleged fraudsters who are accused of owing £20m between them has been published by police in the UK.
Employers warn of widening skills gap
18 Jul 2016 3:36:46
A CBI survey suggests rising numbers of employers are struggling to recruit skilled staff and says it could get harder after the UK withdraws from the EU.
18 Jul 2016 3:10:38
Australia has been described as "the lucky country", but is it entrepreneurial spirit or abundant resources that has driven its success?
Is Australia's 'luck' in business running out?
18 Jul 2016 3:08:12
How Australian companies are managing to thrive despite the end of the country's mining boom.
18 Jul 2016 3:05:17
Google has made headlines for its forays into healthcare but what is its ultimate goal?
Young suffer while pensioners prosper, think tank finds
18 Jul 2016 3:02:12
Young people have suffered a drop in income since the financial crisis, but pensioners have enjoyed a significant rise, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
Yahoo: still no buyer as losses widen to $440m
18 Jul 2016 2:50:24
Yahoo gave no update on attempts to sell its core internet business as the firm slumped to a $440m (£332m) loss in the second quarter.
US regulators investigate Fiat Chrysler sales reports
18 Jul 2016 9:31:04
Fiat Chrysler said it is being investigated by US regulators over its reporting of quarterly and annual results.
Storage device writes information atom-by-atom
18 Jul 2016 7:17:49
The quest for storage devices that pack ever more information into a small space has reached a new limit, with memory that writes information atom-by-atom.
Could these cyborg beetles save lives?
18 Jul 2016 6:25:17
Scientists in Singapore have created cyborg beetles that they believe could help save lives.
How F1 tech could help Ben Ainslie win the America's Cup
18 Jul 2016 5:41:58
BBC News goes on board a high-speed catamaran with Sir Ben Ainslie and his team as they practise for the next leg of the America's Cup.
What is ARM?
18 Jul 2016 5:24:36
ARM's technology is at the heart of millions of smartphones and tablets - but the company's inventions are used wider still.
Ancient barley DNA gives insight into crop development
18 Jul 2016 5:17:35
An international group of scientists have analysed the DNA of 6,000 year old barley, showing that it is remarkably similar to modern day varieties.
A forgotten Space Age technology could change how we grow food | Lisa Dyson
18 Jul 2016 5:06:40
We're heading for a world population of 10 billion people -- but what will we all eat? Lisa Dyson rediscovered an idea developed by NASA in the 1960s for deep-space travel, and it could be a key to reinventing how we grow food.
Bank of America second quarter profits fall 19%
18 Jul 2016 5:03:02
Bank of America reports a steep drop in profit for the second quarter, as persistently low interest rates hurt the firm's loan business.
ARM founder says Softbank deal is 'sad day'
18 Jul 2016 4:55:52
The founder of ARM Holdings tells the BBC he believes its imminent sale to Japanese technology giant Softbank is 'a sad day for technology in Britain'.
Farming and forestry can deliver food security, says UN
18 Jul 2016 4:24:32
Improving co-operation between nations' farming and forestry sectors will help reduce deforestation and improve food security, a UN report suggests.
US bank buys new office block in London
18 Jul 2016 3:21:56
Wells Fargo, one of the biggest banks in the US, agrees to buy an office block in the City of London.