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The world's biggest offshore wind farm has been given the go-ahead by the government.
Vehicles will soon be able to communicate with traffic lights and tell drivers when they are about to change, Audi says.
Regulated rail fares in England and Wales and regulated peak-time fares in Scotland will rise by 1.9% next year.
Optician group Specsavers has its plan to trademark the use of "should've" approved by the UK Intellectual Property Office.
Rising fuel prices helped to push the UK's inflation rate up to 0.6% last month, official figures show.
House prices across the UK rose by 8.7% in the year to June, according to official figures, a faster rate than in May.
The multi-millionaire founder of the Bebo social networking site says he pumped money into a North Devon village after seeing its "sad state".
Mining giant BHP Billiton reports a record loss for the past year following a mining disaster in Brazil and a slump in commodity prices.
The combined pension funds deficit for companies in the FTSE 100 has seen huge increases in the past year, according to pensions expert LCP.
Indonesian airlines are cleared by regulators to fly to the US, after a nine-year ban.
Two female victims of human trafficking tell the BBC's Divya Arya how they rebuilt their lives and re-integrated into society by becoming businesswomen.
Airlines and travel companies are trying to extend their reach into interactive entertainment.
BBC's Zoe Kleinman puts the new Tuffphone to the test and compares it to rival handsets.
Twelve-year-old entrepreneur Henry Patterson tells the BBC how running a successful business has changed his life.
The race is on to produce less-polluting electric vehicles (EVs), but could sustainably sourced ethanol prove to be the breakthrough fuel to take EVs mainstream?
London's FTSE 100 rises, and shares in Entertainment One - the firm behind Peppa Pig - jump on reports it could face a new takeover bid.
The chief executive of Energy UK seeks to reassure customers after it emerged that thousands of households have been paying nearly three times too much for their gas.
Energy firm E.On's measurement error over some of its customers' gas payments is just the latest costly metric-imperial mix-up.
Elderly Germans may have to keep working until the age of 69 if a Bundesbank proposal to tackle an ageing population is adopted.
Workers at Sports Direct's Derbyshire base will receive back-pay of about £1m for non-payment of the minimum wage, according to the Unite union.