Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to close 56 branches across the UK.
Whirlpool has located a third of the half a million washing machines recalled last month over a fire risk - but identified an extra 5,000 that it needs to track down.
The US secretary of state has said that US information should only pass through trusted networks.
Plane manufacturer Boeing has posted its first annual loss in more than two decades.
Ticket resale firm StubHub has been told it could face court action if it fails to make changes to its site.
Struggling rail franchise Northern will be put into public ownership from 1 March, the government has announced.
More than 130 people have died from the coronavirus, with the number of confirmed cases - 5,974 - passing those infected by SARS in 2002-03.
The automatic right of EU vessels to fish in British waters will come to an end at the end of the transition period in December.
A former executive at Debenhams and The Body Shop has been parachuted in as the new boss of Hamleys, the toy retailer that was bought by one of India's biggest companies last year.
A director of BHS in the period immediately prior to its collapse has agreed to a ban that will prohibit him from UK company directorships until 2025.
The energy regulator has fined Ovo Energy £8.9m after some customers were overcharged and given inaccurate information.
Time is up. Northern is expected to be stripped of its rail franchise today and for commuters it can't happen quickly enough - rail travel in the North should come with a health warning.
Starbucks has closed more than half of its stores in China as a result of the coronavirus and warned that the outbreak will "materially affect" its financial results for the year.
Apple has reported a rise in iPhone sales for the first time in a year as it delivered better than expected results for the key Christmas quarter.
The Co-op Group is close to striking deals to offload about £2bn of its pension liabilities to insurance companies, underlining the strength of corporate interest in such arrangements.
Airbus has agreed to settle bribery and corruption allegations by UK, US and French authorities in a deal that will cost it €3.6bn (£3bn).
Britain has decided to allow Huawei to help build its high-speed 5G networks, defying security concerns from the US and others about the Chinese company.
Aviva has apologised after emailing thousands of customers and mistakenly calling them Michael.
Ryanair has warned more pilot and cabin crew job losses "cannot be ruled out" after the latest delay in the return to service of Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft.