Can the Bank of England prevent new, dangerous bubbles?
US country singer Garth Brooks is to embark on a world tour, more than 10 years after he last hit the road.
Costa Coffee sees total sales rise more than 20% in the third quarter helped by the opening of new outlets of the High Street coffee chain.
Great Train Robbery inspires twin BBC dramas
Changes are needed to improve the treatment of laboratory animals at one of the UK's leading animal research centres, a panel of experts concludes.
Travel company Tui, which owns Thomson and First Choice, sees profits slip thanks to weak French sales and a restructuring in its activity division.
China's industrial output and retail sales rise in November, the latest in a series of signs suggesting a recovery in the world's second largest economy.
Comet-chasing Rosetta probe to awake from hibernation
China is trying to rebalance its economy by boosting consumer spending, but can it encourage its citizens to save less and spend more?
Research into the biggest care problem of a generation
Are French authors too clever for English-speaking readers?
A fifth of patients on an intravenous drip develop complications because they are given the wrong levels of fluid, according to a review of guidance in England and Wales.
Playing 'active' computer games can help people with type 2 diabetes better control their blood sugar, a medical trial finds.
The US Senate approves a 10-year extension of a ban on all-plastic guns but rejects tougher restrictions called for by gun-control advocates.
Would you want to know how ill you might become?
Do clothes and shiny shoes matter in a job interview?
India's stock markets rally, bucking global trend
Sir Ian McKellen tells the Radio Times he has been advised not to go to Russia by the Foreign Office because of the country's homosexuality laws.
A short history of the world's most important central bank
Simon Jack looks around the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, as it turns 100 this month.