Itsu boss: 'We see processed and fried food as the enemy'

Young drivers 'let down over insurance app faults'

The people who got to the top on a four-day week

Coronavirus: Gulf states suspend more flights

Japan shares slump as Asia reacts to global sell-off

New watchdog will have power to ban rogue builders

Great Australian Bight: Equinor abandons controversial oil drilling plans

Tesco to sell plasters in different skin tones

Coronavirus: Your rights as a traveller

Housing shortage: Scale of UK's housing gap revealed

Estate agent giants Countrywide and LSL in merger talks

Latest News

Itsu boss: 'We see processed and fried food as the enemy'
Itsu boss Julian Metcalfe says the food chain wants to expand ahead of a possible stock market flotation.


Young drivers 'let down over insurance app faults'
Carrot uses phone data to measure braking and acceleration - but some say it often fails to work.


The people who got to the top on a four-day week
About a million people in senior-level jobs work part time, according to official figures.


Coronavirus: Gulf states suspend more flights
Gulf states are imposing flight restrictions to try to slow the spread of the virus.


Japan shares slump as Asia reacts to global sell-off
Shares in Tokyo drop sharply while Asian markets trade cautiously following big falls in the US and UK.


New watchdog will have power to ban rogue builders
The body will award compensation to people stuck in 'shoddy' new-builds, the government has promised.


Great Australian Bight: Equinor abandons controversial oil drilling plans
Environmentalists say it is a "huge win" for safeguarding the seas of the Great Australian Bight.


Tesco to sell plasters in different skin tones
The supermarket chain says it wants to give a better reflection of ethnic diversity.


Coronavirus: Your rights as a traveller
The coronavirus has already become a nightmare for travellers and the tourism industry alike.


Housing shortage: Scale of UK's housing gap revealed
Renters speak of struggling to get on the property ladder, amid a shortage of over one million homes.


Estate agent giants Countrywide and LSL in merger talks
Countrywide and LSL confirm reports that they are in talks about a possible tie-up.


The boss putting an end to empty homes
Katharine Hibbert is the founder of UK property guardianship company Dot Dot Dot.


Can computer translators ever beat speaking a foreign tongue?
Developers say you can now converse effortlessly using translation tech, but others are not so sure.


'My job went abroad because of globalisation'
New trade deals have re-opened the debate on how to rescue people's careers if their jobs go abroad.


My Money: 'My husband and I have 90 minutes alone together each week'
As part of a new BBC blog series, Maura Hannon from Switzerland shares what she spent her money on this week.


Brexit complicates EU budget plans
Leaders are meeting this week to discuss budget plans in challenging discussions.


Sinn Fein surge puts Irish economy in the spotlight
As the Irish parliament convenes to try to choose its new leader, concerns about inequality linger.


How technology is aiding Malawi's music industry
Technology is making it easier for music artists in Malawi to create and release work to audiences.


Should your email say if you're he, she or they?
Firms are encouraging staff to make sharing which personal pronouns they use an everyday practice.


Are economically inactive people the answer to staff shortages?
Priti Patel says businesses should train the 8.5 million economically inactive people. But only two million of them want a job.


Why your new work colleague could be a robot
Better sight, better hands and more intelligence are allowing robots to take on more and more jobs.


Housing: The Yimbys who want to shake up suburbia
BBC News meets a pressure group called London Yimby which thinks it has a solution to the housing crisis.


Rising number of middle-aged people still renting homes
Statistics show a big rise in the number of middle-aged people renting their homes, rather than owning them.


How lake gases are powering homes in Rwanda
Methane is being extracted from Lake Kivu in Rwanda to generate electricity.