A man who denies murdering a teenager during a fight insists the stabbing was an accident.
A mother whose son died after suffering head injuries during a night out in Derby describes him as a "lovely family man".
Holywood native Andrew Smyth talks about how he kept the result of the Great British Bake Off final a secret from family and friends.
Four men are found guilty over an attack on a young father that left him in a wheelchair with serious brain damage.
A man who police believe exposed himself several times on trains between Loughborough and Leeds is being sought by officers.
A man appears before magistrates charged with murder following the discovery of a dismembered and burnt man in a suitcase in a lay-by in Derbyshire.
A Derbyshire firm makes merino wool products being used by astronauts in space.
South Africa leg spinner Imran Tahir will join Derbyshire as an overseas player for all formats from June 2017.
A blogger raising money for the woman who footballer Ched Evans was accused of raping says the campaign is about showing "love and support".
City school crossing patrols could be saved from the axe, but only at the expense of some concessionary bus travel, under new proposals.
An image of starlings flying around the remains of Brighton's West Pier is awarded the top prize in the Landscape Photographer of the Year awards.
A feminist icon, a virtual blow-up doll, the sixth Spice Girl, a cyberbabe, an ambassador for Britain, or a distorted male fantasy? Lara Croft has been described as all of these. BBC News looks at her legacy as Tomb Raider turns 20.
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Apple refreshes its high-end laptops adding an interactive thin display above its keyboard.
Courier firm UPS orders 14 Boeing 747s in a deal that could breathe new life into an aircraft Boeing has said it may cancel.
Web giant Amazon has reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit as expenses rose, causing shares to tumble in after-hours trading.
The UK economy grew by a better-than-expected 0.5% in the three months following the Brexit vote.
Emails from retailers leave people with mental health problems open to financially-crippling impulse buys, a report says.
Google parent Alphabet has reported a 20.2 % rise in quarterly revenue, helped by sales of advertising on mobile devices and YouTube.
Nissan says it will build two new models at its Sunderland plant after government "support and assurances".
Social network Twitter announces it will close its video sharing service Vine.
Tata has hit back at its former chairman, Cyrus Mistry, claiming he made "malicious allegations".
Twitter plans to cut 9% of its workforce after reporting a sharp slowdown in revenue growth.
One of the UK's smaller energy suppliers, Co-operative Energy, pays £1.8m to its customers after bills were delayed and online accounts were blocked.
The business lobby group the CBI calls to extend free childcare and maternity pay in Autumn Statement.
Belgium's regions back the deadlocked EU-Canada trade deal after agreeing on additional clauses.
Motorists are facing higher car insurance premiums than a year ago, a report from the AA suggests.
Embattled Deutsche Bank reports a surprise profit for the third quarter of the year.
Barclays sets aside an extra £600m to meet PPI claims as it reports a rise in quarterly profits.
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Federal law does not mandate used-car sellers to tell buyers when a car has been recalled or to make necessary safety repairs, and the results can be deadly.
Consumers are able to purchase cars that have deadly defects and sellers have few obligations to disclose the defects to them.
The social media company said it would lay off 9 percent of its work force, as it reported an increase in users and a narrowing of losses.
One theory about the six-second video app’s demise says it was dead weight for its owner, Twitter, which is struggling to become profitable.
Shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb, Tesla and Twitter were up after the companies issued encouraging quarterly reports.
The new rules require broadband providers to get permission to collect data on a subscriber’s web browsing, app use, location and financial information.
In a call with investors, the chiefs of the companies noted that the combined trove of their consumer data would be useful to marketers and consumers.
The rapid wireless technology the company has described as a pillar of its Time Warner deal probably is a decade away from meaningful deployment.
The delivery company connects retailers with shoppers in a vast market. It raised $1.4 billion in the biggest Chinese I.P.O. in America since Alibaba’s.
Prosecutors said the operators of the scheme bilked thousands of Americans by posing as authority figures demanding payments for bogus debts.
The Belgian prime minister said on Thursday that the country’s leaders had reached a compromise, but the deal could still run into problems.
Nissan acted after getting reassurances that the company would be protected from any negative economic impact from Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
While the scandal still weighs on earnings, the automaker predicted that sales this year would match those last year.
The transaction would add scale to Qualcomm, which makes chips for smartphones, as consolidation continues in an industry facing eroding profit margins.
Opponents of the proposed constitutional amendment on the Nov. 8 ballot say that it was written to fool voters and could make panels more costly.
The bank, Germany’s largest, said concerns about its legal troubles in the United States had overshadowed positive developments in its turnaround.
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