Facebook has revealed the rules that will govern its "supreme court" - a new 40-person independent board that will make the final decision on controversial questions about the social network's content.
The colourful businessman who fought a running battle with the owner of Southend Airport last year is turning his attention to its former corporate bedfellow by plotting a raid on the struggling haulier Eddie Stobart Logistics.
Oil prices dipped by more than 7% on Tuesday - after a major spike on Monday following drone attacks on key installations in Saudi Arabia at the weekend.
The next Pixel smartphone from Google is set to launch on 15 October.
Sales at French Connection fell in the first half of the year, with the brand conceding that it was struggling to find a buyer.
Credit card interest rates have reached their highest in at least 13 years, putting shoppers preparing to splash out for Christmas at risk of higher bills.
WeWork's much-anticipated initial public offering (IPO) has been postponed until the end of the year.
Facebook has refuted suggestions that its upcoming cryptocurrency could threaten existing monies and banks.
The future of a huge fertiliser mine in Yorkshire has been thrown into doubt after the company responsible for its development failed to secure the $500m (£402.8m) needed to move ahead.
The UK's food supply could be at risk as a result of the impact of climate change on agriculture around the world.
The deadline for installing smart meters into every home in the UK by 2020 has been put back to 2024.
The pound has slipped further from last week's gains after remarks by Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel directed at Boris Johnson.
The former chief executive of National Grid will this week be named as the chairman of the ultrafast broadband network vying to become BT Group's biggest British rival.
US private equity firm Advent International has won its battle to buy defence and aerospace group Cobham for $5bn (£4bn), joining a growing list of overseas suitors taking advantage of the weak pound to pick up highly-rated British companies.
The attack on Saudi Arabia's largest petroleum-processing facility over the weekend struck at the heart of one of the most important oil-producing regions in the world: the Middle East.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi has announced that its operating profits fell by 26% to £197.9m last year, as the company invested heavily in the face of fierce competition.
Purdue Pharma, the embattled US drugmaker accused of helping to fuel the opioid drug crisis, has filed for bankruptcy in the face of more than 2,000 lawsuits across the country.
Global oil prices surged by nearly 20% following the bombing of two massive Saudi energy plants.
A consortium of infrastructure funds is in advanced talks to buy a stake in the UK's £6bn ageing fleet of nuclear power stations amid growing concerns about their reliability.
The Ballymena-based 'Boris Bus' maker Wrightbus will this weekend hold last-ditch talks with a prominent Irish transport executive in a bid to stave off collapse.