The trader at the centre of the Libor rate-rigging trial tried to influence other banks to manipulate the key benchmark rate, a court hears.
Future increases in the income tax personal allowance will be linked to rises in the national minimum wage, the government announces.
The Queen's Speech outlines a bill that plans to cut red tape, potentially saving British business at least £10bn.
The chief executive of CBS says the US TV network will 'probably' sign a deal with Apple TV.
IAG head Willie Walsh calls his company's takeover offer for Aer Lingus "compelling" as the airline group seeks support for the bid from Ryanair.
People living in the Scottish Borders see the fastest rise in disposable incomes of anywhere in the UK, according to new figures from the ONS.
The EU and Switzerland have signed an agreement to prevent EU residents from hiding money in Swiss banks, the European Commission says.
Soft drinks firm AG Barr reports a 1.1% fall in sales amid a "competitive and volatile" market.
Shares in banknote printer De La Rue tumble almost 9% after reporting a fall in profits and a cut in its payout to shareholders.
The FTSE 100 finishes the day strongly on hopes of a Greece deal and mergers and acquisitions activity.
The makers of an advert-blocking browser plug-in defeat a second attempt to ban their product this year.
The US Air Force clears billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX to launch military and spy satellites.
A family whose image was used in a poster campaign by the group opposing gay marriage in the Republic of Ireland say they were "naive" about stock photography websites.
Scottish councils have made a record profit from parking charges and fines, figures from the RAC Foundation show.
China outlines a plan to boost the capability of its navy amid tension over disputed areas of the South China Sea.
School children these days no longer just have to learn traditional subjects such as English, Maths or Sciences. They are also expected to acquire computer skills and in some cases, programming knowledge.
Budget airline Ryanair has reported a 66% rise in profits for the year to the end of March of €867m (£614m; $948m)
The BBC's Andrew Bomford finds out where the millions of tonnes of earth go that have been excavated during the cross rail project.
Indonesia's government is launching an ambitious program to try to build one million homes before the end of the year.
WTO Director General Roberto Azevedo explains why he's hopeful about global trade talks.
The governing People's Party in Spain has suffered heavy losses in regional and local elections.
The BBC's Steph McGovern reports on whether there is still a need for banks to have a high street presence, as people can access their account and perform most of their transactions online or over the phone.
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Hong Kong kids get private lessons
Is the lorry driver of the future a piece of software?
Is infidelity a billion-dollar business?
The impact of economic crises on everyday lives
South Korea's Hyundai becomes the first carmaker to offer Google's Android Auto system in its Sonata model.
A former Petrobras executive was sentenced in Brazil to five years in prison for money laundering.