Skygazers could get an Easter treat this Good Friday as spring's annual pink moon graces the night sky.
Social media website Pinterest ended its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange with shares up by almost a third , as it returned some much-needed faith in technology initial public offerings (IPOs) to Wall Street.
The commercial property group which owns London's Brent Cross shopping centre is facing a bruising shareholder revolt this month over multi-million pound share awards to top executives.
The British National Party (BNP) and the English Defence League (EDL) are among a number of far-right groups that have been banned by Facebook.
Debenhams has confirmed that its chief executive Sergio Bucher will step down this week, days after the troubled retailer entered into administration and was taken over by its lenders.
Hopes for Jet Airways are fading as its shares plunge and rivals rush to fill the supply gap.
"Frankenstein" scientists in the US have managed to partially revive pig brains four hours after the animals were slaughtered.
Examples of Samsung's new foldable smartphone have broken after just two days, according to reviewers.
British shops have benefited from a milder March in comparison with last year's "Beast from the East", according to new figures.
Amazon has announced that it is closing its online store in China after struggling to gain a foothold in the world's most populous nation.
Jet Airways has cancelled all flights after talks to rescue the struggling carrier failed.
The environment secretary told activists "we've got the message" as police officers moved into Parliament Square to remove protesters on the third day of climate action.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has called for a major shake-up at the UK's big four auditing firms, but stopped short of recommending they be broken up.
A former Financial Ombudsman who brought a £14bn class action against Mastercard has told Sky News it is "time the company admitted it was wrong" in forcing consumers to pay higher retail prices.
It is a company almost unknown outside the City - but Bunzl is a company that touches the lives of millions of people every day.
Carlsberg has admitted its lager is "probably not the best in the world" after an increasingly negative reaction to its product and falling sales.
The European Commission has published a list of $20bn (£15bn) worth of US imports it could hit with tariffs, in an aircraft subsidy dispute that has dragged on for nearly 15 years.
Age verification checks for online pornography will come into force on 15 July, the government has announced.
Annual house price growth is at its lowest level in almost seven years, with London house prices suffering most.
One of Britain's most valuable online retail businesses has struck a deal to buy Christophe Robin, a luxury Parisian haircare brand which counts Kylie Minogue among its prominent clients.
Inflation has remained below the Bank of England's 2% target in March, giving consumers some unexpected relief.
The British work the longest hours in the EU, but are less productive than those in some other countries.
Netflix has reported the biggest increase in subscribers since it launched 12 years ago, adding 9.6 million in the first quarter.
China's economy showed unexpected growth in the first quarter but it is still too early to announce a recovery, analysts say.
Sony have released some of the early details about the eagerly anticipated Playstation 5 console, which is set to include "backwards compatibility" and "8K graphics".
Improved investor sentiment across Europe and relative short-term stability from a delayed Brexit helped push London stocks to a six-month high on Tuesday.
A consumer goods veteran shortlisted to become the boss of Mr Kipling's maker has pulled out of its selection process to run the world's largest grower of roses.
JD Sports has defied high street gloom, reporting a 15% rise in pre-tax profit for the year.
If you wanted proof that these are tough times in the aviation sector, two pieces of news today have provided ample evidence.
It is as British as fish and chips and one of the country's most famous sites, but new evidence suggests the roots of Stonehenge lie in the Mediterranean.
More French billionaires have stepped up with donations for repairs to Notre-Dame, taking the total to €600m.
Facebook "likes" may be turned off for UK children to ensure their safety under proposed guidelines for social media companies.
Jet Airways' share price closed down by 7.7% on Tuesday following a report that it could be about to temporarily end its operations.
Microplastics have been discovered in a remote area of the French Pyrenees mountains, according to a new study.
Unemployment has fallen by 27,000 in the three months to February, with the jobs market remaining "robust", according to official figures.
Potentially fake reviews are flooding listings of tech products from "unknown" brands on Amazon, according to a Which? investigation.
The Greek government says is negotiating to repay its debts to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) early, as market borrowing rates have fallen to their lowest level since 2005.
When Donald Trump faces American voters again in just over 18 months from now, he will be seeking to provide evidence of how his policies have benefited them.
Arrests have been made after environmental activists vandalised the London headquarters of oil giant Shell - in protests aimed at grinding the capital to a halt.
Volkswagen's former boss and four others have been indicted on charges of fraud and unfair competition over the firm's efforts to cheat diesel emission tests.
Goldman Sachs has reported a mixed bag of first quarter results after a "muted" start to the year.
Monsoon Accessorize, one of the UK's biggest privately owned fashion retailers, is plotting the use of a controversial insolvency mechanism to close stores and slash rents amid ongoing high street turmoil.
The European Union has given final clearance for trade talks to begin with the US, despite differences on climate and agriculture policies.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told Japan's prime minister that the UK is determined to avoid exiting the European Union without a deal.
The maker of Guinness has announced it is ditching plastic beer packaging in favour of recyclable and biodegradable cardboard.
The UK's second-biggest steel producer is seeking an urgent £100m government loan after Theresa May's failure to pass a Brexit deal left it frozen out of an EU-wide carbon trading scheme.
Jet Airways is flying just seven planes as bosses and lenders try to work out a solution to its growing debt problem.
TSB has vowed to protect its 5.2 million customers if they are innocent victims of a scam.
North Korea is increasingly using cryptocurrency to bypass international sanctions and could use it to help fund programmes to build weapons of mass destruction, a report says today.
Social media sites including Facebook may be forced to turn off the "like" function for British children, thanks to proposed guidelines for online safety.
Britain's competition watchdog is drawing up plans to exclude some major companies from a controversial new rule that would require many businesses to appoint joint auditors.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp all experienced significant outages, with users worldwide reporting issues for at least about two hours.
A giant six-engine aircraft with the world's longest wingspan has carried out its first flight in California.
The face of a dog that lived around 4,500 years ago has been reconstructed after a skull was found in an ancient burial mound.
Facebook spent more than $22m (£19.4m) on Mark Zuckerberg's personal security in 2018 - more than double the amount spent the previous year, records have shown.
The mastermind behind a £73m dark web site has been jailed for selling drugs online and hoarding hundreds of child sex abuse images that he wanted to sell for profit.
Halifax has been criticised for a rebrand concept that has more than a passing resemblance to its rivals.
Indian airline Jet Airways has cancelled all its international flights stranding thousands of passengers around the world.
A pregnancy club has been fined £400,000 for illegally sharing the personal information of more than 14 million people.
Astronomers have invited the public to help decide the name of a planet in our solar system.
Sir Philip Green's high street empire paid just $1 (76p) to buy back his private equity partner's 25% stake in Top Shop and Top Man, underlining the challenges facing the billionaire tycoon.
The chancellor has defended spending billions of pounds preparing for a no-deal Brexit.
Around 110 jobs will be lost as LK Bennett closes more than a third of its stores in the UK.
It had been hailed as the growth area for supermarkets but a survey has shown that online grocery shopping is losing its shine.
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has had his detention extended as he awaits trial on financial misconduct charges.
Bonmarche has refused an offer from Philip Day's Spectre Holdings, saying it undervalues the business.
Israeli spacecraft Beresheet has crash-landed on the moon.
Uber has lost nearly $8bn (£6.1bn) during its 10 years of existence, according to documents released ahead of its debut on the stock market.
Disney has revealed its new streaming service will feature 8,000 film and TV episodes as it unveiled details of the much-anticipated product at its California headquarters.
UK travel stocks greeted the delay to Brexit positively on Thursday, as the deadline to leave the European Union was pushed back until after the crucial summer period.