Larry Tesler, the inventor of the computer keyboard commands cut, copy and paste, has died aged 74.
Two airline groups have revealed they expect to lose tens of millions of pounds due to the coronavirus and its effect on travel.
Lloyds Banking Group has posted a 26% drop in pre-tax profits to £4.39bn for 2019.
The new polymer £20 note is going to start appearing in ATMs and tills from today as it enters circulation.
Google plans to move accounts of its British users to a US jurisdiction, making it easier for sensitive information of tens of millions of people to be accessed by UK authorities, reports say.
The government has unveiled details of its new immigration system, which will come into force on 1 January next year.
Laura Ashley says it has agreed a deal to secure its immediate funding requirements - days after the retailer warned on its future.
Few people have had a career quite like Michael Milken.
The UK's post-Brexit immigration system will deny visas to low-skilled workers, the government has said.
It is, depending on who you listen to, one of the most dramatic revolutions in Britain's immigration system.
Google is profiting from the illegal online trade of weapons including stun guns and pepper sprays, which are being advertised and delivered to offenders in the UK.
One of Britain's most famous carpet-makers has collapsed into administration, threatening the 265 year-old royal warrant-holder’s survival prospects.
The EU has downplayed Boris Johnson's chances of securing his favoured post-Brexit trade relationship with the bloc.
Michael Bloomberg will sell the company that made him a billionaire if he is elected president, his campaign has said.
A woman has undergone brain surgery while playing the violin to ensure surgeons did not damage the part which controls the fine movement of her hands.
The rate of Consumer Price Index inflation increased to 1.8% in January from 1.3% in December, the Office for National Statistics has said.
The conglomerate whose investments in Uber and WeWork have triggered concerns about global technology company valuations is close to sealing a $100m deal with Behavox, a British artificial intelligence start-up.
Elon Musk's company SpaceX has signed a contract with a space tourism company to send up to four passengers into orbit around the Earth.
The birth of a baby to a woman who was left infertile by chemotherapy has been hailed a fertility breakthrough for women with cancer.
Qatar Airways has spent around $600m (£461m) to increase its stake in the owner of British Airways.
The UK's cash system is at risk of collapse unless legislation can be passed to protect it, according to a review panel.
TikTok will be implementing new safety features, which means a parent can link their account to their child's and control the content they see.
Aircraft maker Boeing says it has found debris contaminating the fuel tanks of "several" 737 MAX planes that were built in the past year.
The number of women being sent sexually explicit pictures by strangers on trains more than doubled last year - but many incidents are going "largely unreported".
A US company has announced plans to build a new film and TV studio in Berkshire, saying the £150m facility will create up to 3,000 jobs.
Increasingly, as the drive to reduce carbon emissions intensifies, resources producers are being asked by investors what they are doing.
The boss of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has warned UK production risks being damaged from next month because of supply chain difficulties in coronavirus-hit China.
Moneysupermarket.com, Britain’s biggest price comparison website, has kicked off a secret hunt for a new chief executive just three years after installing Mark Lewis in the role.
Department store Beales is set to have the doors closed on its the final stores, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.
Banking giant HSBC will cut 35,000 jobs over the next three years and shed assets in a major overhaul.
Asda has reported a fall in underlying sales during its Christmas quarter, blaming "cautious" customers and a difficult trading environment.
Apple has warned it will not meet its financial targets due to the impact of coronavirus on production and sales in China.
The debate over whether dinosaurs were cold-blooded like modern reptiles or warm-blooded like modern birds has been reignited by a new study analysing fossilised eggs.
A German healthcare group backed by Carlyle, the buyout firm, is joining the race to seal a £1.2bn takeover of Priory Group, the British company best-known for its rehabilitation work with celebrities.
The number of people in work in Britain increased by 180,000 in the last three months of 2019, according to the Office for National Statistics.
New Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed the budget will be delivered on 11 March.
SpaceX has lost one of its rockets after a Falcon 9 booster missed the floating landing pad.
Hundreds of people have been seriously injured at Amazon's UK warehouses over the last three years, new figures suggest.
The Japanese economy shrank at its fastest pace in more than five years at the end of 2019 - putting it on the brink of recession as the impact of the coronavirus begins to bite.
Britain will not sign up to follow EU standards because it would defeat the point of Brexit, the UK's chief negotiator has said.
Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has pledged $10bn (£7.7bn) of his personal wealth to fighting climate change.
Metro Bank, the struggling high street lender, is under pressure from the City to appoint its interim boss as its next chief executive two months after his predecessor was ousted.
The owner of struggling retailer Laura Ashley is in talks with its lender to secure enough funds to keep trading as it battles "challenging" high street conditions.
A big shake-up in train manufacturing is looming - with potential implications for thousands of British jobs.
A former US financial watchdog is to step down as a director of HSBC Holdings as its chairman continues to reshape the board of Europe's biggest lender.
Car finance provider Moneybarn has been fined £2.77m by the City regulator and returned £30m to customers after it was found to have unfairly treated customers who fell behind on payments.
A solar-powered electric aircraft which could stay airborne for a year has completed its first test flight.
HQ Trivia, the quiz app which was meant to pay contestants cash prizes, has gone bankrupt and closed down with the quiz's host paying the final prize out of his own pocket.
Tesla has been ordered to stop cutting down trees at the site in Germany where it is planning to build its first car and battery factory in Europe - after environmentalists objected.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been warned that he will face a tough battle with the European Union in his efforts to secure a trade deal in the aftermath of Brexit.
Next month's budget could be delayed in the wake of Sajid Javid's resignation as chancellor, a minister has told Sky News.
A supercomputer which can forecast weather and climate 18 times faster than current technology is set to be developed.
One of the first flights from the UK to Sharm el Sheikh has landed after restrictions on flying to the Egyptian resort were lifted.
Accountancy regulators have begun sounding alarm bells over the impact of the coronavirus crisis on auditors’ ability to scrutinise corporate balance sheets.
The BBC could be forced to sell off most of its radio stations in a "massive pruning back" of its activities, according to a report.
China's foreign minister has said Huawei is a "trustworthy" company, after senior Conservatives called on the government to rule out working with the telecommunications giant.
De La Rue, the Bank of England’s sole banknote printer, is braced for showdown talks with its lenders after they called in advisers to launch a review of the business.
A Chinese railway company could be about to take over construction of the troubled HS2 rail link.
Scientists are developing techniques to detect signatures from space in their search for alien life.
Boris Johnson is chairing the first meeting of his new cabinet - a day after a dramatic reshuffle saw Sajid Javid shock Westminster by resigning as chancellor.
Pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca today became the latest company to count the cost of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in China.
A Goldman Sachs-backed lender which allows employees of companies such as Asda and Royal Mail to borrow against their salaries is racing to raise fresh funding.
Economic growth in the 19-nation area which use the euro has fallen back - led by the French and Italian economies finding a reverse gear.
Tesco has been accused of stifling competition in the grocery market through efforts, over up to 10 years, to prevent rivals from opening stores near their own.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) says it is to change its name to NatWest Group later this year as it commits to a new future following the taxpayer bailout of 2008.
A Nordic airline has been called "disgusting" for saying Scandinavia has imported from other countries many of the things the region is known for.
Almost 30 years after it was canned, an unreleased games console built together by industry giants Sony and Nintendo has gone up for auction.
There is nothing unprecedented about losing a chancellor.
Sajid Javid has said he had "no option" but to resign as chancellor - because Boris Johnson attached conditions to him staying in the role which "no self-respecting minister would accept".
Barclays has said its chief executive Jes Staley has the "full confidence" of the board as regulators examine his "historical links" to Jeffrey Epstein, the US financier revealed as a paedophile.
Centrica, the owner of British Gas, has reported a 35% slump in annual profits and laid part of the blame at the government's door.
In the farthest corner of a basement gallery at the Victoria & Albert Museum is an object that may have changed the world more than any other in the museum's vast collection.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will stop lending money to coal companies by the end of the decade, its new chief executive will say on Friday, as she sets out a vision for it to be "a purpose-led" business.
JCB has become the first big UK manufacturer to cut production as a result of the coronavirus outbreak hitting suppliers in China.
You have to go back a long way – to October 1989 – for the last time that a Chancellor of the Exchequer resigned over the influence of an advisor.
A rally in global stock market values, on hopes of a limited impact from the coronavirus crisis, has been stopped in its tracks following a surge in the number of reported deaths in China.
Pregnant women or new mothers who are breastfeeding are being advised not to consume increasingly popular products that contain a chemical found within cannabis plants.
Spanish Flu, MERS, Ebola - names of diseases which have struck fear into people around the world because of their ability to cause death and misery.
Airlines may have to cut passenger numbers, fly to fewer long-haul destinations or only operate from airports with longer runways in the future because of global warming, scientists say.
Record-setting NASA astronaut Christina Koch has revealed she was most excited about hitting the beach with her husband and puppy - and relieving her cravings for tortilla chips and salsa - after nearly 11 months in space.
Dozens of major retailers have clubbed together to demand an overhaul of business rates - blamed for contributing to the crisis facing the UK's high streets.
Tesla is recalling 15,000 Model X vehicles due to a possible issue with the vehicle's power steering.