Analysts have reported an "alarming uplift" in visits to shops last weekend as the government appealed for people to obey the UK's lockdown restrictions.
Facebook will ask users whether they have been infected with the coronavirus as part of a project to generate "heat maps" of the outbreak.
The immediate threat to Imagination Technologies Group’s British headquarters appeared to recede on Tuesday when its owner abandoned an emergency board meeting set up to hand control to a state-owned Chinese investor.
Sky News has learnt that care homes are being asked to take in hospital patients who have tested positive for coronavirus.
The pound has taken a hit against the safe haven dollar on news of Boris Johnson's deterioration as he battles coronavirus in intensive care.
Unions have called on struggling companies to prioritise workers during the COVID-19 outbreak as concerns grow over the use of government support schemes for employees.
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Ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband has returned to the party's front bench after Sir Keir Starmer announced his new shadow cabinet.
The boss of Imagination Technologies is on the brink of resigning as a state-owned Chinese company attempts to seize control of the British-based chip designer.
The family-owned footwear retailer Clarks has drawn up plans for the permanent closure of some of its stores and drafted in bankers to review its finances as the coronavirus crisis takes its toll.
Volkswagen (VW) has suffered a legal setback following its refusal to pay compensation to UK drivers over the so-called dieselgate scandal.
Debenhams has filed a notice of intent to appoint administrators as it moves to shield itself from creditors amid the coronavirus crisis.
Warburg Pincus, one of the world’s biggest private equity investors, is buying a stake in Privitar, a British data privacy specialist which counts the NHS among its clients.
European stock markets have made a strong start to the week as investors eye a slowing in the rate of coronavirus infections in some worst-hit countries.
What is, usually, the best month for new car sales has delivered the industry's worst March performance for more than 20 years.
A union organisation has warned against rising poverty as a report suggests the young and low-paid will be worst affected by business shutdowns during the coronavirus crisis.
The founder of easyJet has escalated his battle against the low-cost carrier's board by threatening to oust one of its top executives and warning that it could run out of money by August.
One of the City's best-known stock-pickers has lost his grip on an investment trust he has managed for almost a quarter of a century, as COVID-19's impact on the stock market hammers the performance of active fund managers.
David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, has urged ministers to probe a Chinese bid to take control of Imagination Technologies Group, amid fears that the British chip designer's assets will be shifted away from the UK.
The accelerating flow of high street coronavirus casualties looks set to continue this weekend as Cath Kidston, the modern vintage retailer, lines up administrators in a bid to secure its long-term future.