Audi: More former car executives face 'dieselgate' charges
German prosecutors charge four more over claims the carmaker misled consumers about pollution levels. | 06-Aug-2020 13:15

Coronavirus: ITV warns 'of most challenging times' ever
Boss Dame Carolyn McCall says the broadcaster has been through "one of the most challenging times". | 06-Aug-2020 11:53

TikTok to open $500m data centre in Ireland
The firm says the move represents its "long-term commitment to Europe". | 06-Aug-2020 01:16

Hotel giant LGH says 1,500 jobs at risk
Staff at hotels managed by LGH have been told they are at risk of redundancy. | 05-Aug-2020 22:59

Blondie duo's song rights sold in 'Atomic' deal
Hipgnosis Songs Fund, which lets people invest in popular hits, will get income from their 197 songs. | 05-Aug-2020 19:07

Samsung unveils Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Note 20 smartphones
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 now has a much bigger display on its outside for use when closed. | 05-Aug-2020 16:00

WH Smith may cut 1,500 jobs after sales plummet
High Street chain is the latest retailer to make drastic job cuts after lockdown hit business. | 05-Aug-2020 13:15

William Hill to close 119 betting shops
The betting chain says it does not expect customers to return in the numbers seen before the pandemic. | 05-Aug-2020 12:52

Virgin Atlantic warns it is running out of money
High Court told the airline's finances are critically low and it needs approval for a rescue deal. | 05-Aug-2020 12:04

Anthony Levandowski: Ex-Google engineer sentenced for theft
A judge says Anthony Levandowski carried out the "biggest trade secret crime I have ever seen". | 05-Aug-2020 04:15

LinkedIn co-founder reveals key secret to success
Allen Blue, who co-founded professional network LinkedIn, reveals how start-ups can achieve growth. | 05-Aug-2020 01:15

Disney focuses on streaming as it falls to a loss
The giant firm will launch a new streaming site as it battles the effects of the coronavirus crisis. | 05-Aug-2020 00:53

TikTok founder defends potential Microsoft sale
President Donald Trump has threatened to bar the popular video-sharing social media firm from the US. | 04-Aug-2020 18:01

Google-Fitbit takeover: EU launches full-scale probe
The European Commission's move has the potential to derail the $2.1bn takeover. | 04-Aug-2020 15:06

Dixons Carphone to cut 800 store management jobs
The Currys PC World owner said it was "not an easy decision" but it must respond to rising online sales. | 04-Aug-2020 13:18

Pizza Express may close 67 outlets and cut 1,100 jobs
High Street chain the latest to look to restructure and refinance as virus deals extra blow to trade. | 04-Aug-2020 13:13

Donald Trump: US Treasury should get cut of TikTok deal
The president has given Microsoft 45 days to reach a deal or he will ban the app in the US. | 04-Aug-2020 12:20

BP halves dividend after suffering record loss
The dividend cut is another blow for pension funds and savers who have seen a wave firms slash or halt payouts. | 04-Aug-2020 11:22

EasyJet increases flights to cope with holidaymaker demand
The airline adds more flights to cope with increasing demand from holidaymakers. | 04-Aug-2020 11:02

AA motoring group in takeover talks with three suitors
The veteran motoring organisation is considering approaches from private equity firms | 04-Aug-2020 10:10

Boeing's 737 Max moves closer to flying again
US regulators have put forward a list of changes needed before the ill-fated planes can restart flights. | 04-Aug-2020 06:30

Hays Travel 'devastated' as it cuts almost 900 jobs
The firm says new travel restrictions have triggered hundreds of thousands of holiday cancellations. | 03-Aug-2020 20:42

DW Sports chain collapse threatens 1,700 jobs
The firm, founded by former Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan, ran 73 gyms and 75 stores across the UK | 03-Aug-2020 13:17

Can 'Eat out to help out' save the restaurant industry?
The scheme is the chancellor’s latest move to try to help the struggling hospitality sector. | 03-Aug-2020 12:04

Coronavirus: HSBC to speed up 35,000 job cuts as profits slump
Europe's biggest bank says it may cost up to $13bn to cover bad loans linked to the coronavirus. | 03-Aug-2020 11:44

Coronavirus causes vineyard problems
With thousands of vines to prune and not enough staff, the owners put out a plea for help on social media. | 02-Aug-2020 13:29

TikTok: Microsoft pauses talks on buying US arm - reports
The tech giant's possible purchase of the China-owned app's US arm were put in doubt by Donald Trump. | 02-Aug-2020 13:15

FIRE: The people trying to retire as early as possible
Meet the extreme savers who live for an end of the nine-to-five. | 02-Aug-2020 01:01

Coronavirus: Businesses begin to pay towards furlough scheme
It comes as some firms in England face furloughing staff again after lockdown easing plans were paused. | 01-Aug-2020 11:34

News Corp: Rupert Murdoch's son James quits company
He resigns from the influential media company's board, citing "disagreements over editorial content". | 01-Aug-2020 00:49

Coronavirus: 'It's make or break for our business now'
Businesses are dismayed about the decision to put lockdown easing on hold in England. | 31-Jul-2020 18:53

Byron Burger sheds 650 jobs and closes more than half its outlets
The burger chain is the latest High Street name to cut jobs after the coronavirus hit to trading. | 31-Jul-2020 17:56

Holiday firm Tui extends suspension of trips to Spain
The tour firm cancels trips to Spain until mid-August but adds more holidays to Greece and Turkey. | 31-Jul-2020 13:01

British Airways owner IAG says crisis worst in its history
IAG group boss says recovery from "extreme times" will take at least three years. | 31-Jul-2020 11:41

NatWest slumps to loss on gloomy UK outlook
The bank formerly known as RBS sets aside another £2.1bn on fears it could suffer a wave of loan defaults. | 31-Jul-2020 10:07

Burberry and Tencent team up for concept stores
The luxury British retailer and China's tech giant have joined forces amid growing national tensions. | 31-Jul-2020 06:00

Coronavirus: Can Rishi Sunak save the economy from Covid-19?
Will the chancellor's £190bn superpower be enough to counter the economic effects of coronavirus? | 31-Jul-2020 01:53

Coronavirus: Brits, Balearics and battered businesses
Ibiza's nightclub scene has been hit hard by coronavirus, leaving people in need of support. | 31-Jul-2020 01:06

Amazon, Facebook and Apple thriving in lockdown
Apple and Amazon saw sales surge during lockdown, while the number of Facebook users jumped. | 31-Jul-2020 00:38

Holiday firm Tui to shut 166 High Street shops
The UK's largest tour operator says the move is partly down to more people booking online. | 30-Jul-2020 20:27

Jet2 tells some holidaymakers in Spain to come home early
The airline says it cannot keep sending empty planes to pick up passengers on different dates. | 30-Jul-2020 20:11

Your chance to live in a John Lewis store...sort of
The retailer plans to turn shop space it no longer needs into affordable housing as part of a review. | 30-Jul-2020 18:21

Car dealer Pendragon to close 15 branches and cut 1,800 jobs
Pendragon, which owns Evans Halshaw, says it needs to ensure the "long-term health" of the company. | 30-Jul-2020 15:05

Virgin Atlantic could face enforcement action over refund delays
The aviation regulator may use legal powers to ensure airlines refund consumers for cancelled flights. | 30-Jul-2020 14:35

Argos axes its catalogue after 48 years
The retailer says it will remove the last of its catalogues from stores by the end of the year. | 30-Jul-2020 13:06

Vue announces phased reopening date for cinemas
The chain says its now ready to welcome back customers to some of its venues from 7 August. | 30-Jul-2020 12:35

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