Scotland lock forward Grant Gilchrist is out of the rest of the World Cup with a groin injury picked up against USA.
Motorists are being "tricked" into buying cars which claim to be more fuel efficient than they really are, a report claims in the latest scandal for the industry.
Aldi UK says it will launch online sales next year, as the discount supermarket chain announces record annual sales in 2014.
Mobile phone firm Vodafone says it has ended talks with Virgin Media owner Liberty Global over a potential asset swap.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is to push for a "Robin Hood tax" on the stock market and announce a review of tax collection in the UK in a Labour conference speech.
Security firm Silent Circle has revamped its own-brand smartphone that helps people manage data they share with apps
US entertainment giant Comcast agrees to buy a 51% majority stake in Universal Studios Japan (USJ) for $1.5bn (£987m).
People around the world have been watching a rare lunar eclipse that coincided with a so-called "supermoon".
Parties in favour of Catalonia's independence from Spain have won an absolute majority in regional elections.
Pro-independence parties in Spain's Catalonia region have won an absolute majority in regional elections, near complete results show.
The Labour Party conference, including the lack of a debate over the future of Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent, is the focus of the press.
Indian PM Narendra Modi hails the political power of social media in the modern world as he visits Facebook headquarters in California.
Narendra Modi used his visit to Silicon Valley to promote his Digital India drive for technological development, writes the BBC's Technology reporter Dave Lee
The cause of death of Bobbi Kristina Brown - Whitney Houston's daughter - has been determined, but will be withheld by court order.
Keith Cowing, editor of nasawatch.com in Washington, explains the reasons for the unusual phenomenon of a ''supermoon'' eclipse.