Barclays resolves online banking glitch
Computer problems had hit the bank as customers complained of being unable to access their accounts.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary may leave within five years
Michael O'Leary admits he is reluctant to sign a new long-term contract at the airline.
John Hancock makes fitness tracking 'mandatory' for insurance
One of the largest life insurance providers in North America will now sell only "interactive" policies that collect health data.
Sky bid tussle to be settled by auction
The broadcaster has been subject to rival bids from Rupert Murdoch's Fox and US giant Comcast.
Train delays: 'Lack of accountability' led to rail timetable chaos
Poor accountability was to blame for severe rail disruption last May, a regulator has said.
Pound rises through $1.32 on stronger retail sales
Demand for household goods hit the highest since May 2016 but inflation may dampen spending.
Canada cannabis stocks see mood swings
Producers Tilray and Canopy see US-listed stocks surge and slump in turbulent trading.
Ex-Malaysia PM Najib hit with 25 charges of money laundering and abuse of power
Najib Razak denies all charges linked to the alleged transfer of $556m from a state fund to his account.
Brexit will have 'worse economic impact on UK than EU'
Proportionally the UK stands to lose more, says Jean-Claude Trichet, former European Central Bank boss.
Wetherspoon, McDonald's and TGI Fridays workers to strike
Workers at some of the chains' outlets are planning a co-ordinated day of action on 4 October over pay.
Gateshead fair trade 'pioneer' Traidcraft faces closure
Traidcraft says it has been badly hit by a drop in the value of the pound and retail difficulties.
Nigeria Air plans stall before take-off
Nigeria suspends plans to relaunch its national airline two months after announcing it would be revived.
Bodyguard: How come ITV sold the BBC hit to Netflix?
The drama has been a huge hit for the BBC, but was actually made by commercial producer ITV Studios.
Labour calls for ban on gambling ads during live events
The party also proposes a levy on bookmakers and a crackdown on using credit cards to bet.
Three water companies warned by watchdog
The Consumer Council for Water tells firms to improve customer service and reduce complaints.
Australia strawberry scare: Woolworths halts sewing needle sales
The Australian supermarket giant says the move is a temporary one amid a strawberry safety scare.
EU leaders want UK to hold 2nd referendum on Brexit
Prime Minister of Malta says EU leaders are "almost unanimous" about another referendum.
Train delays: Who is in charge of the railways?
Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group says the industry need changing.
Chris Grayling: Passengers were let down
Transport secretary says he will work to make the system better to avoid a repeat of the timetabling problems that caused mass cancellations on the railways over the summer.
India's only self-made female billionaire
Self-made billionaire Kiran Mazumdar Shaw shares her secrets for succeeding in a man's world.
Tesco opens new Jack's discount store
Supermarket group Tesco launches the first outlet of its discount Jack's chain.
TimeOut boss: 'I am the chief servant officer'
TimeOut boss Julio Bruno says he is not a chief executive officer but a "chief servant officer".
Storms, viruses, bankers: What could cause another economic crisis?
Ten years ago the global economy almost collapsed, but what happened next and what might cause another global economic crisis?
'I lost my dream job at Lehman and now make pasta'
Natalia Rogoff lost her "dream job" when Lehman Brothers went bust, she then set up a pasta business.
Sony unveils mini PlayStation Classic console
Tekken 3 and Ridge Racer are among the titles on Sony's new miniature PlayStation.
IBM launches tool aimed at detecting AI bias
IBM is launching software which will monitor algorithms in real time and highlight how they make decisions.
'Why sheep are important to my wine bar'
Sheep farmers fear a no-deal Brexit could have a "devastating" impact on rural market towns.
Trump's tariffs putting the squeeze on the Midwest
Companies in the US state of Wisconsin show how President Trump's trade war with China is continuing to hurt.
Hologram phone calls - sci-fi or serious possibility?
With 5G, experts say we could enjoy virtual reality in HD on our mobiles and even project holographics.
The secret life of a female bodyguard
Jacquie Davis, the UK's first female bodyguard, talks about hostage rescues and undercover surveillance.
Will we ever get self-healing smartphones?
How likely is it that we will see mobile phones that use self-healing materials any time soon?
The chef using 60,000-year-old recipes
A top chef says his awards are owed to learning skills from indigenous Australian recipes and ingredients.
Why do billionaires want to own the news?
Salesforce founder's purchase of Time magazine is the latest example of moguls buying news outlets.
The weird and wonderful life of Elon Musk
Elon Musk has found success with PayPal and Tesla - and has a colourful private life to match.
'I dialled into work and prayed my baby wouldn't wake up'
Winning flexible working hours can bring a new set of major problems, a survey finds.
The rise of the payment app: 'I hardly use cash any more'
Person-to-person payment apps are rising fast in popularity around the world, but are they safe?
Tackling food waste in Nigeria with an app
Nigerian tech entrepreneur Oscar Ekponimo has invented an app which will help cut down on food waste.
'People thought we were interns but we were in charge'
Jamie Beaton and Sharndre Kushor, founders of popular online tutoring business Crimson Education, say their young age can confuse people.
The Bezos backlash: Is 'big philanthropy' a charade?
The Amazon founder has pledged to donate $2bn, but critics say he should pay Amazon workers more instead.
The day Lehman Brothers went under
The BBC talked to people involved about their memories of the bank's collapse on 15 September 2008.
Can the city of pizza reinvent itself as a tech hub?
How a city best known for pizza, football and crime is embracing tech to revive its fortunes.
Will 'Never knowingly undersold' kill John Lewis?
John Lewis Partnership is under pressure to question the slogan that arguably defines its business model.
The UK's growing tech trade ties with Israel
As the UK looks at developing more trade deals outside the EU after Brexit, its increasing ties with Israel could provide the model.
Who's winning the race to offer superfast 5G?
China, the US and the UK are all vying to dominate the market for next-generation mobile networks.
The magic number when it comes to composting
More and more packaging is claiming to be "biodegradable" or "compostable", but what does that really mean?