Donald Trump said he is "ready to go" with tariffs on an additional $500bn of imports from China.
WhatsApp is testing a feature limiting forwarded messages following a wave of mob violence in India prompted by rumours spread via the messaging app.
The government has lost more than £600m in revenue from selling student loans "too cheaply," the National Audit Office (NAO) has said.
The group behind some of Britain's biggest exhibitions and events venues has hired bankers to oversee an £800m auction that will generate unprecedented windfalls for its private equity backers.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has cancelled 24 flights after a quarter of its Irish pilots went on strike.
Theresa May will throw down the gauntlet to Brussels by demanding the EU "evolve their position" on Brexit, while declaring MPs will veto the bloc's proposed Irish border solution.
The nation's favourite chocolate bar is having a makeover in response to the obesity crisis.
Collapsed budget retailer Poundworld will disappear from the high street next month after its administrators announced the chain's final set of store closures.
Royal Mail shareholders have voted against the company's remuneration report, following disagreement over the newly appointed chief executive's pay.
Troubled restaurant chain Gaucho has fallen into administration - sparking the immediate closure of 22 Cau restaurants and the loss of 540 jobs.
The US cable giant Comcast has abandoned its takeover bid for 21st Century Fox's entertainment assets, saying it wants to concentrate on its attempt to buy Sky plc, the owner of Sky News.
Troubled restaurant chain Gaucho has fallen into administration, Deloitte has said.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has called for "renewed energy, vigour and vim" in negotiations with the EU, as he made his first trip to Brussels since taking on the role.
The fashion sector is facing calls to scale back production amid revelations Burberry deliberately destroys stock worth millions every year.
The pound has fallen below the $1.30 mark for the first time in 10 months after retail sales figures added to growing market doubts about an August interest rate rise.
A former owner of the Radio Times has trumped a bid from the Daily Mail's publisher to buy the magazine empire behind titles including The Week and Viz.
A member of the UK business community invited to join President Trump at a dinner during his UK visit last week says she attended because it was the 'constructive thing to do'.
British Airways has warned passengers should expect "some knock-on disruption" following IT issues on Wednesday.
Annual profits at Mike Ashley's Sports Direct have plunged by 73% after the company took a £85.4m hit on its holding in Debenhams.
Supermarkets are not doing enough to reduce the amount of plastic in their packaging that is hard or impossible to recycle, according to the consumer watchdog Which?