Tens of thousands of people marched through the Belarusian capital Minsk on Sunday, calling for the resignation of president Alexander Lukashenko in the sixth straight weekend of protests.
Ministers are in talks to extend a moratorium aimed at preventing a deluge of company insolvencies amid fears that renewed trading restrictions will tip thousands of businesses beyond the brink of collapse.
Donald Trump says he has given his "blessing" to a proposed deal that could prevent TikTok from being banned in the US.
Chinese-owned app TikTok has been accused of harvesting its users' data, and was even described as a potential national security risk by White House officials.
The Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs is to snub the £2bn flotation of one of Britain’s fastest-growing technology companies amid US prosecutors' efforts to extradite its biggest investor.
Just 6% of the UK's population had COVID-19 antibodies at the start of September, the government's scientific advisers have warned.
Travel and hospitality stocks have been hit by fears of a second lockdown, as the number of UK coronavirus cases increases.
Britain's biggest banks are in talks to set up a new vehicle that would take charge of recovering tens of billions of pounds of COVID-19 debts as lenders seek to avoid a public relations crisis when the emergency loans fall due next year.
People in the US will be banned from downloading TikTok from this Sunday.
The Crown Estate has said it expects the value of its profits and property to be badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kwik Fit, one of Britain's leading tyre-fitting and automotive repair groups, is to be put up for sale by its Japanese owner almost a decade after it last changed hands.
No new £2 or 2p coins will be produced for the next 10 years, the National Audit Office has revealed.
Ryanair has blamed European governments for "continuous changes" in travel restrictions, as it announces a 20% cut in October capacity.
Caixabank has announced the terms of the acquisition of state-owned lender Bankia in a deal that will create Spain's biggest domestic bank.
Retailers continued their slow recovery during August, as sales volumes increased by 0.8% compared with July, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Sadiq Khan is calling for the government to extend the business rates holiday for another year as companies say reintroducing the rates would be the "final blow" for those already struggling during the pandemic.
A man has been caught asleep behind the wheel of a self-driving Tesla car that was travelling at 150km/h (93mph).
It is one of the world's most famous luxury brands and maker of the world's fastest production car - and it could soon have a new owner.
A taskforce aimed at accelerating sports fans' mass return to stadia even as more locations across the UK face tighter coronavirus restrictions is to be spearheaded by David Ross, the Carphone Warehouse co-founder.
Footballer Lionel Messi has won a legal battle over trademark rights related to his own logo.
Britain's economy is "less weak" than previously expected but a recent rise in COVID-19 cases could take its toll on activity, the Bank of England has said.
One of the UK's "big four" accountancy firms has been fined a record £15m for its audit of the software company Autonomy ahead of its £7bn sale to Hewlett-Packard.
The owner of Young’s Seafood is charting a course towards the London stock market that will provide a fresh test of the appetite among City institutions for private equity-controlled assets.
Former cabinet minister Chris Grayling - who once gave a multimillion-pound contract to a ferry firm with no ships - has landed a new £275 per hour role with a major ports company.
Film studio Pinewood has announced a £450m expansion, including a blockbuster visitor attraction, which it says could create around 3,500 new jobs.
John Lewis Partnership has confirmed it will not pay a staff bonus next year after it posted a half-year loss of £635m.
The number of people working from home is expected to double following the coronavirus pandemic, new research suggests.
Fashion retailer Next has warned of the impact the "rule of six" could have on festive sales as it reported a half-year loss.
British universities and colleges have been warned about a spike in ransomware attacks targeting the education sector by the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ.
Sony has come out swinging ahead of the console wars looming this holiday season by confirming its two PS5 consoles will be available in November alongside a host of exciting games.
Kim Kardashian West is shunning the social media site that helped make her a star - freezing her Instagram account for the day.
The US central bank has signalled interest rates will remain near-zero through 2023 despite improved forecasts on the severity of the hit to the economy from the coronavirus crisis.
Britain's best-known film studio is to deliver a boost to the country's embattled movie and tourism industries by unveiling expansion plans that will include a blockbuster visitor attraction.
An 18-month inquiry into two Boeing 737 MAX crashes that left 356 people dead has identified a "horrific culmination" of failures at the company and among regulators.
Plans to build two new nuclear power plants in the UK have been scrapped after Japanese backer Hitachi pulled out.
Twenty-six games were announced as coming to PlayStation 5 during Sony's launch event for its new console back in June, including brand new titles and highly-anticipated sequels.
Boris Johnson's moonshot testing programme "can be done", according to a Chinese company which has developed a new 30-minute COVID-19 test.
British Airways expects unions to agree to new terms and conditions this week, ending a rancorous dispute that has soured relations between staff and management and compounded the airline's challenge in managing the impact of coronavirus.
The owner of Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK) has kicked off a process to sell the chain, making it the latest casual dining operator to seek an exit amid turbulent trading exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Perfectly preserved sperm dating back 100 million years has been found trapped in amber.
The long-term economic cost of the COVID-19 pandemic may amount to $7trn (£5.3trn) - around $900 (£690) for every man woman and child on the planet - the OECD warned today.
The NHS is partnering with Facebook to enlist new blood donors in England, Wales and Northern Ireland ahead of a potential second wave of COVID-19.
Apple has launched a range of new products in its September event, but - for the first time in years - it has not released a new iPhone.
Inflation fell to 0.2% last month as the Eat Out To Help Out scheme pushed down prices in restaurants and cafes, new figures show.
Left-wing union leader Len McCluskey has made a surprise move in asking for a meeting with Boris Johnson to plead for an emergency jobs package when the furlough scheme ends next month.
An Uber safety driver who was behind the wheel of a self-driving car that struck and killed a woman in the US has been charged over the death.
Thomas Cook is back selling holidays almost a year after its dramatic collapse which forced the UK authorities to repatriate 150,000 holidaymakers and put 9,000 people out of a job.
"I want a job, that's what I really want. If I can work I'm happy."
New Look has secured support for a restructuring plan that safeguards thousands of jobs.
The newest entrant to the group of companies which dominate Britain's retail energy market is to raise £300m from a share sale as it pursues further international expansion and further investment in its technology platform.
Next has agreed a deal that will resurrect Victoria's Secret UK and save 500 jobs.
Shoppers spent £155m less in supermarkets last month as the Eat Out To Help Out scheme tempted consumers back to restaurants and pubs, according to industry data.
Britain's unemployment rate rose to 4.1% in the three months to July as the total number of jobless rose by 62,000, the Office for National Statistics said.
Small firms fighting for insurance pay-outs due to the coronavirus lockdown have welcomed a court judgment which should help some advance their claims - but may see others lose out.
One of Britain's big four accountancy firms has been forced to abandon plans to slash the sums it pays into thousands of employees' pension pots following the threat of legal action.
Apple is set to announce new gadgets later today, but there are rumours the next-generation iPhone will be kept back until October.
The Japanese military have been given instructions to record and report sightings of unidentified aerial objects which could pose a potential threat to the country's security.
Facebook has launched a climate science information centre to promote authoritative voices on climate change following wildfires in the US and criticism of the platform for allowing misinformation to spread.
Scientists have discovered a rare molecule in the clouds of Venus, which suggests colonies of living microbes could be thriving in the oxygen-free environment high in the planet's atmosphere.
Domino's Pizza says it is hiring an additional 5,000 staff following the surge in demand for takeaway meals during the coronavirus crisis.
John Boyega has stepped down from his role with perfume brand Jo Malone after the company cut him from the Chinese version of an aftershave advert he helped create.
Alok Sharma, the business secretary, will this week ask an interim chairman to head the competition watchdog amid confusion over Britain's post-Brexit state aid regime.
Shares in security firm G4S have surged by a quarter after a Canadian rival went public with a takeover bid worth almost £3bn.
Microsoft's bid to take over TikTok's US operations has been rejected by Chinese owner ByteDance, with database specialist Oracle securing a deal to operate the popular video-sharing app.
UK-based chip designer Arm Holdings is to be sold to America's Nvidia in a deal worth up to $40bn (£31bn).
Wetherspoons has revealed a total of 66 members of staff have caught coronavirus since the pub chain reopened.
New Look’s biggest landlords will vote against the fashion retailer's latest rescue plan on Tuesday, throwing its survival into further doubt amid the UK’s deepening high street crisis.
Mike Ashley and Newcastle United have instructed leading lawyers in an ongoing battle with the Premier League after they claimed the sale of the club to a Saudi-led consortium was unfairly blocked.
The leader of the UK's six million trade union members has demanded an extension of the coronavirus furlough scheme to prevent "a tsunami of job losses".
London City Airport is to cut up to 239 jobs - or 35% of roles - as part of "crucial restructuring" prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The estimated size of the unsustainable corporate debt mountain created by the coronavirus pandemic is to be slashed by an influential group of City figures as banks and ministers clash over how to resolve one of COVID-19's biggest financial timebombs.
The British perfume brand Jo Malone has "deeply apologised" to Star Wars actor John Boyega after he was cut out of the Chinese version of an advert he helped create.
A pack of turnaround investors, private equity funds and food groups are vying to snap up Hovis, one of Britain's best-known food brands, in a deal that could be worth well over £100m.
Around 30% of workers in Wales could regularly work from home even after the coronavirus pandemic, the Welsh government has said.