Why can't the US stop soaring oil and gas prices?
bbc.co.uk - 28 May 2022 4:56 PM
As prices rise, oil and gas firms in the US want to capitalise - but the industry has changed.
Travel disruption: 'We were on the plane when our flight was cancelled'
bbc.co.uk - 28 May 2022 11:56 AM
Families describe heartbreak and anger as more than 30,000 people face travel disruption this week.
Norwich City 'in talks' with Millwaukee Brewers' owner
bbc.co.uk - 28 May 2022 8:27 AM
It is understood the owner of Millwaukee Brewers met officials at the club's home ground.
Half-term travel: EasyJet and Tui cancel flights as queues form at Dover
bbc.co.uk - 28 May 2022 7:32 AM
Flights are cancelled, long queues form at London's St Pancras station, and delays mount at Dover.
Chelsea sale: Todd Boehly consortium set to complete deal on Monday
bbc.co.uk - 28 May 2022 4:26 AM
Chelsea say a "final and definitive agreement" was entered into on Friday night to sell the club to the consortium led by LA Dodgers co-owner Todd Boehly.
Japan opens up to foreign tourists after two years
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 1:33 PM
Visitors from 98 countries will be allowed to enter, but some restrictions still remain.
Missguided fashion retailer on verge of collapse
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 12:12 PM
The fast fashion brand could call in administrators as early as Monday, the BBC has been told.
Twitter fined $150m in US for selling users' data
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 7:21 AM
Federal investigators say the social media company broke rules on giving personal data to advertisers.
Cost of living: Boris Johnson says help with rising bills targeted at poorest
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 6:42 AM
Boris Johnson says the government can not fix everything, but is supporting those who need it the most.
How do I get the £400 energy grant and the £650 one-off payment?
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 3:54 AM
The chancellor says the new support will help with soaring bills, so how will you receive the money?
Twitter investor sues Elon Musk and platform over takeover bid
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 12:47 AM
The lawsuit alleges the multi-billionaire's "wrongful conduct" has caused Twitter shares to plunge.
Energy bills: More help may be expected next year, says think tank
bbc.co.uk - 27 May 2022 12:34 AM
The government will face pressure to give more support if energy prices do not fall, a think tank says.
Electric car rapid charging costs soar, says RAC
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 11:40 PM
Energy prices are rising but electric car charging is still cheaper than petrol, claims group.
Cost of living crisis: Sheerness cafe owner sleeps on shop floor to save money
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 4:04 PM
Steve Jackson skips meals to help pay the rent on his vintage tea shop in Sheerness High Street.
Business confidence is falling, says Natwest boss
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 4:03 PM
Firms face problems with supply chains, energy bills and skill shortages, says Alison Rose.
Brits set to spend millions on Platinum Jubilee merchandise
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 4:01 PM
As the Queen's Platinum Jubilee approaches, memorabilia and flags are flying off the shelves.
McDonald's defeats billionaire Carl Icahn in vote over pigs
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 12:59 PM
Shareholders rejected proposals from Carl Icahn who voiced concerns over the treatment of pigs.
Cost of living package will have minimal impact on inflation, says Rishi Sunak
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 10:08 AM
The chancellor defends measures to help with the cost of living, which he is not calling a windfall tax.
Windfall tax will drive away North Sea investors, says industry body
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 9:43 AM
Oil and gas operators fear a new levy will create "long-lasting uncertainty over future investment".
P&O Ferries boss 'incredibly sorry' for impact of sackings
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 9:00 AM
The company sacked almost 800 seafarers in March to replace them with cheaper agency workers.
Billionaire’s stake in BT faces security probe
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 3:42 AM
The UK government is using new powers to investigate Patrick Drahi's 18% holding in the telecoms giant.
Cost of living: 'My daughter won't ask me for money for sanitary products'
bbc.co.uk - 26 May 2022 2:04 AM
A mother explains how she can't make ends meet as data suggests more people are struggling.
Newport plant critical to easing microchip shortage, says boss
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 10:13 PM
IQE is in talks with the Welsh and UK governments over expanding its Newport factory.
Ukraine war: World Bank boss warns over global recession
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 9:48 PM
David Malpass also said coronavirus lockdowns in China are contributing to a global slowdown.
The meat and dairy farmers who are going vegan
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 4:04 PM
Due to animal welfare and environment concerns, some farms are converting to vegan production.
'We don't want UK-EU trade war' - Irish PM
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 4:02 PM
Micheál Martin says he is hopeful he will not have to contemplate tariffs against UK exports.
Newport Wafer Fab: Chinese buyout of UK's biggest chip plant to be reviewed
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 10:04 AM
The UK government says it will make a national security assessment of the sale of Newport Wafer Fab.
Dyson moves beyond vacuum cleaners to home robots
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 9:51 AM
The company is setting up a major robotics research centre in the UK.
Volkswagen to pay out £193m in 'dieselgate' settlement
bbc.co.uk - 25 May 2022 9:47 AM
More than 90,000 people will get payouts over the installation of emissions cheating devices.
'I found my dream job in retirement - marrying people'
bbc.co.uk - 24 May 2022 4:10 PM
Former teacher Amanda Wheal explains how she reinvented herself as a wedding celebrant.
Energy price cap: Typical energy bill set to rise by £800 a year in October
bbc.co.uk - 24 May 2022 7:41 AM
Industry regulator Ofgem warns households that they should expect higher energy bills this winter.
Could hydrogen ease Germany's reliance on Russian gas?
bbc.co.uk - 24 May 2022 3:45 AM
Why hydrogen might be one route for Germany to move away from dependence on Russian imports.
Why chicken is getting more and more expensive
bbc.co.uk - 24 May 2022 3:05 AM
We follow a chicken from farm to supermarket shelf to see how costs are building up at every stage.
Quad: The China factor at the heart of the summit
bbc.co.uk - 23 May 2022 5:10 PM
The group will refocus on an open and safe Indo-Pacific - and analysts say this is aimed at China.
Cost of living: Two-child families paying £400 a month more
bbc.co.uk - 23 May 2022 3:12 AM
The rising cost of energy, transport and childcare is forcing families to make tough choices.
The sci-fi technology tackling malarial mosquitos
bbc.co.uk - 22 May 2022 4:05 PM
Gene drive development makes a genetically modified gene that spreads widely within populations.
E.On UK boss warns 40% of customers face fuel poverty
bbc.co.uk - 22 May 2022 5:28 AM
Chief executive Michael Lewis calls for government intervention to help struggling households.
Governments should subsidise food and energy, says IMF boss
bbc.co.uk - 21 May 2022 5:27 PM
Managing director Kristalina Georgieva says state subsidies can help with the cost of living.