SoulCycle, the indoor cycling fitness chain with a celebrity following in the US, including David Beckham and Lady Gaga, plans to float on the stock market.
The Philae lander, after successfully landing on a comet in late 2014, may have made a significant discovery about the ingredients which create life.
Williams driver Valtteri Bottas describes speculation linking him with a move to Ferrari as "disturbing".
The social network Facebook announces it has built its own drone to bring internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.
El Salvador provides security escorts for buses forced to observe a strike called by criminal gangs, after several drivers were killed.
James Collins sees red as West Ham surrender a two-goal lead, drawing 2-2 with Astra Giurgiu in the Europa League.
Google is to defy a French ruling that the "right to be forgotten" should be applied globally and not just in Europe.
Pallab Ghosh picks out five robotic missions which have inspired us and changed our perception of the Universe.
Daylen Brickley, a baby from the US state of New Hampshire, is the proud owner of a lifetime permit to hunt and fish - the first license holder under a new program.
Police and social services in the UK say there are seeking urgent support as the Calais migrant crisis continues.
The Ministry of Defence has released footage which it said shows RAF Typhoons intercepting 10 Russian aircraft.
The International Monetary Fund is wary of any financial contribution to a third Greek bailout and is unlikely to provide funds at the first stage.
The spacecraft which made a spectacular landing on a comet last year has discovered a rich array of carbon compounds.
Steven Finn takes 5-45 to reduce Australia to 168-7 in their second innings on the second day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
Scientists in South Korea develop a tiny robot - based on the water strider insect - that can jump on water
The EU extends help for exporters of dairy produce, fruit and vegetables into next year to ease the impact of a Russian ban.
With the death of leader Mullah Omar, and the appointment of a successor, the Afghan Taliban face their biggest challenge yet, writes Dawood Azami.
Peace activists in Kenya are calling for the reopening of the college where 148 people were killed by gunmen from the Somalia-based al-Shabab group.
US wildlife agency launches an investigation into the killing of a lion in Zimbabwe but says it has been unable to reach the American involved.
Former high-ranking Chinese army figure Guo Boxiong is expelled from the Communist Party amid corruption allegations.