Evidence of Kremlin efforts to use social media to target the 2014 European Parliament elections have been uncovered by researchers at Cardiff University.
Hundreds of grievance cases were raised against Sir Philip Green for slapping women's bottoms and grabbing their breasts, a Labour peer has claimed.
One of Europe's largest buyout firms has approached Thomas Cook Group about a takeover of its Nordic airline and tour operator that could help the British company improve its fragile financial outlook.
Discount goods retailer B&M says it is planning to open 50 new stores this year as its emphasis on value attracts wary shoppers.
The owner of The Body Shop, Natura, is snapping up direct-selling cosmetics firm Avon in a deal that values the UK company at £1.6bn.
More than a quarter of parents are relying on Alexa and other apps to tell their children a bedtime story so they don't have to, research suggests.
The defence secretary has announced an investment of £22m to fund a new army cyber operations centre and told NATO allies they must become more comfortable engaging in offensive cyber operations against enemies.
Using a mobile phone while in the supermarket increases what customers spend by 41% on average, according to new research.
Royal Mail has delivered disappointing news today to the 400,000 or so private investors and employees who own its shares by announcing a cut in the dividend.
Italian luxury fashion house Prada has announced it will stop using animal fur from next year.
Sir Philip Green is on course for a fresh clash with regulators after his Arcadia retail empire launched a rescue plan which would see 23 stores shut and its pension scheme contributions slashed.
The former chief executive of BT Group has waived half of his £1m annual bonus for his final year at the helm amid a fresh escalation of shareholder hostility towards multimillion pound pay deals at blue-chip companies.
British Steel has been placed into compulsory liquidation, putting up to 25,000 jobs at risk.
An "ideological" drive for austerity has had "tragic social consequences" and resulted in the UK violating its human rights obligations, the UN has claimed.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has made a series of adjustments to its store closure programme as annual results show sales and profits falling.
The high street tycoon Sir Philip Green is to launch a make-or-break revamp of his Topshop empire that could see landlords handed a shareholding of more than one-third of the business.
UK chip designer Arm Holdings has cut off relations with Huawei to comply with tough US sanctions against it, dealing a blow to the Chinese firm's ability to develop new smartphones.
Gas distribution firm Cadent has been fined a record £44m after leaving customers disconnected, failing to pay compensation, and losing records for 775 high rise flats in its network.
EE will not be selling the next generation of Huawei phones due to concerns about whether the devices could receive operating system updates from Google.
Here are two surprising facts which between them help explain why the UK steel industry seems to be in what looks like a perma-slump.
Apple has admitted that issues affecting MacBook keyboards are caused by a design flaw and not users, and is offering free repairs for certain models.
Pret a Manger says it has agreed to buy fellow food and drink retailer Eat - and will convert many of its outlets into "Veggie Prets".
Increased household energy bills pushed the rate of inflation to its highest level this year in April - rising to 2.1%.
Washington has become the first US state to allow human bodies to be turned into compost, rather than being buried or cremated.
Artificial intelligence voice assistants, such as Amazon's Alexa and Apple's Siri, are perpetuating and spreading gender stereotypes, says a new UN report.
Administrators to Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain say 22 sites have closed resulting in 1,000 redundancies after the business collapsed.
In a deal heralded as a "turning point" for the fossil fuels industry, oil giant BP has accepted that its plans for the future must now embrace the terms of the Paris climate change agreement.
Theresa May has launched a last-ditch bid to save her Brexit deal, but ended up losing more MPs' support.
Ministers will leave "no stone unturned" in supporting the UK steel industry, MPs have been told, as the country's second largest producer teeters on the brink of collapse.
The collapse of Jamie Oliver's restaurants empire is merely the latest and most high-profile continuation of a trend that was established in the eating-out sector two years ago.
A laptop infected with six of the most dangerous viruses and malware that have caused around $95bn (£74bn) of damage has been put up for auction.
Halfords has scaled back its investment plans and is to cut costs more aggressively following a 24% dip in annual profits.
Tesco Bank is getting out of the mortgage market - blaming "challenging market conditions".
We are heading, with great speed, towards an epochal moment in the history of computing.
The rail booking app Trainline will signal plans within days to press ahead with a stock market listing valuing the company at well over £1bn.
The founder of Huawei has taken aim at Donald Trump, suggesting US restrictions on its business "underestimate our abilities".
The personal information of millions of Instagram influencers has been found in an online database.
Britain's second-largest steel producer is on the brink of collapse amid growing signs that an emergency government loan would fail to materialise, putting a total of close to 25,000 jobs at risk.
Well over 1,000 jobs are at risk as the restaurant chain set up by the celebrity chef Jamie Oliver crashes into administration just two years after narrowly averting an earlier collapse.
Customers on EE have been left unable to make calls as the company's 4G network faces an outage.
Huawei has been granted a temporary US general licence, meaning it can maintain its networks and provide software updates to existing handsets.
Huawei smartphone and tablet owners are being left in a difficult position following US sanctions banning American companies from providing any technologies to the company.
Fraud victims lost more than £27m to cryptocurrency and foreign exchange investment scams in the last financial year, new figures show.
Climate activists have blocked the entrance to BP's headquarters in central London and demanded that the firm halt all new oil and gas exploration..
The Roman Catholic diocese of Westminster is among 47 employers named and shamed for missing the deadline to report their gender pay gap.
Ryanair has reported a 29% dip in annual profits to just over €1bn (£890m) as weaker fares and higher costs weighed on its bottom line.
The mutual behind the Co-op Energy brand is exploring a sale of parts of its domestic power supply business as reforms to the market prompt a growing squeeze on profits.
Google is set to revoke Huawei's access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.
Car giant Ford has announced that it is cutting 7,000 white collar jobs worldwide, with up to 550 in the UK expected to be among the positions axed.
The controversial former owner of the Comet retail chain is among a pack of investors circling Majestic Wines' store network as it seeks to become an online-only retailer.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has reported a record annual loss of £3.6bn as sales remain weak in its core growth market, China.
Parcel postboxes will be launching across the country as Royal Mail tries to cater for the continuing growth in online shopping.
The Post Office network is at "tipping point" and 2,500 branches could close in a year, the subpostmasters' federation has warned.
Train users lost around four million hours to significantly delayed trains in 2018, analysis shows.
Graduating college students in Atlanta were left stunned when a billionaire technology investor told them he would wipe out their $40m (£31.4m) debts.
Fuel supply problems that saw dozens of flights at Manchester Airport cancelled and left thousands of passengers stranded have been resolved.
Payment firms are seeking to hold on to millions of pounds of customers' money owed to Thomas Cook Group in a move which underlines the financial pressures afflicting the 178-year-old tour operator.
James Good became addicted to gaming in his teens and it impacted every aspect of his life including his mental and physical health.
Video game addiction could be made an official disease after it was officially recognised and classified by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Koalas are "functionally extinct" in their native Australia, it has been declared.
The auditor censured after signing off BHS's accounts prior to its controversial sale by Sir Philip Green has emerged as the finance chief of a luxury real estate start-up involving some of the City's leading figures.
The decline in pig numbers in China could make trade negotiations with the US more complicated, according to new research.
Thomas Cook has seen its shares plummet by a further 40% after banking analysts cut their target price on the holiday firm's stock to zero.
It is well-known that taxi drivers often like to chat with their customers, but if you prefer a quieter journey, then ride-hailing app Uber has the answer.
Up to 400 jobs are under threat at Ocado after the online grocer said it would take two years to rebuild a distribution centre destroyed in a fire.
The pound sank to a four-month low following the collapse of cross-party Brexit talks and uncertainty over who will replace Theresa May in Downing Street.
A new Minecraft game is coming out for mobiles that uses augmented reality to put virtual creations in the real world.
Boots has been criticised for using plastic bags for some of its prescriptions, despite a national push away from the pollutant.
US President Donald Trump has decided not to impose tariffs on imported cars for six months to allow more time for trade talks.
Internet retail giant Amazon is to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in the British food delivery app Deliveroo.
British budget airline easyJet has said future bookings are down as concerns over Brexit and economic uncertainty sap consumer demand.
British runner Jo Pavey has revealed Nike stopped her sponsorship money immediately when she told the sportswear company she was pregnant.
The Bank of England has given Metro Bank a clean bill of health after it raised £375m in a cut-price share offer.
Amazon, the internet retailing behemoth, is in talks to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in the British food delivery app Deliveroo, giving it a huge boost in its international battle with rival Uber Eats.
A member of Prince William's Cyberbullying Taskforce has warned that the treatment of cyberbullying by politicians and the media is unbalanced because online bullying is less significant than its face-to-face equivalent.
Deprived and remote communities could be left "shattered" as a report shows access to free-to-use cash machines is declining in the poorest communities.