BBC News - Business
Updated: 8 hours 17 min ago
Three flaws in Apple's iOS operating system are found that meant spyware could be installed with a single tap.
As chat apps achieve colossal valuations and more keep coming onto the market, are we reaching chat saturation point?
As the number of people living in cities rise, lower income residents are being pushed farther out to areas with fewer resources.
As the last BHS stores close this weekend, bringing to an end nearly 90 years of retail history, Emma Simpson looks at what the closures will mean for our High Streets.
BBC News takes a look around a former BHS flagship store on Edinburgh's Princes Street, empty now that the chain has ceased trading.
The under-35s are not a spendthrift generation, but are struggling to save owing to daily financial pressures and low wages, a trade body says.
McDonald's is recalling millions of fitness wristbands that it bundled with Happy Meals after customers complained of skin irritation and burns.
Driverless taxis are being tested on the streets of Singapore for the first time.
London's leading shares trade lower on Thursday after several big companies go ex-dividend.
French wine production is likely to be 10% lower this year than in 2015 because of a spring frost and a heatwave now.
Manufacturer promises to act after Hillary Clinton joins attack on hikes in US price of life saving device.
Personal investors took a safety-first approach with their portfolios after the UK's vote to leave the EU, new figures show.
Shoemakers Jimmy Choo see revenues rise on increased men's sales and the weaker pound.
A group of some of influential investors are urging Sports Direct to overhaul the way it is run after illegal working practices were exposed.
ITV has withdrawn its bid for Entertainment One, the company that produces the children's TV programme and character Peppa Pig.
Transport app Uber allows customers in London to book journeys up to 30 days in advance.
Business confidence in Europe's biggest economy, Germany, has fallen unexpectedly, according to a closely watched survey.
Lenders expect a "robust, but subdued" market for mortgages in the UK after the vote to leave the EU.
The boss of Thomas Cook tells the BBC it's still safe to go on holiday to Turkey, according to government advice, and says the Brexit vote hasn't affected business.