Apple has reported a surprise fall in iPhone sales for its second quarter, indicating that customers may have held back in anticipation of the 10th-anniversary edition.
Sainsbury's has reported a third straight year of underlying profit decline, despite the boost to earnings from last year's purchase of Argos.
Prices in British shops showed the smallest annual decline in nearly three-and-a-half years last month, adding to signs of growing inflation pressure.
Greece and its foreign creditors have reached a deal on a package of bailout-mandated reforms, paving the way for the disbursement of further rescue funds.
BP's profit nearly tripled in the first quarter of 2017 from a year earlier thanks to higher oil prices and production, and as its sharp cost cutting drive bears fruit.
British housebuilder Bovis which was subject to two failed buyout bids earlier this year, said it would take a 2.8 million-pound hit from the talks.
Four in five UK adults suffer from 'First World Burnout', a condition that mimics traditional burnout, according to a report
An MPs report has found more than half of UK homes are built by the largest eight building companies.
The UK economy grew by 0.3% in the first three months of the year which is its slowest growth rate since the start of 2016.
Profits at Barclays have more than than doubled with the first quarter has showing figures of £1.68 billion up from £793 million.
Prices fall again - suggesting households are feeling the pinch from rising inflation since last year's Brexit vote.
A special U.K. Cancer Drugs Fund set up in 2010 spent over 1.2 billion pounds but failed to deliver value for patients.
Figures released by the Publishers Association shows that 2016 was a record breaking year for the sales of books and journals reaching £4.8 billion.
A report says most Government accounts are not designed for democratic scrutiny and are failing in their purpose of explaining spending to Parliament and the public.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced profits have doubled in the first quarter of the year.
A group of MPs are warning funding for new ambulances across the country is failing to keep up with demand.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said on Wednesday that old age pension payments would continue to rise if her party wins the election.
Nestle is planning to cut almost 300 jobs in Britain, as it shifts production of its Blue Riband biscuits to Poland.
Jimmy Choo has put itself up for sale to try to maximise shareholder value as majority investor JAB increases its focus on consumer goods.
The Conservatives say they will cap domestic energy prices if it retained power in the General election in June.
Mobile phone network Three has had to apologise after a number of customers were unable to make calls or send text messages.
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