Facebook shares hit a new record high after the social network posted profits growth of 137% for its last quarter.
Britain's biggest banks are weighing up plans to outline further risks associated with Scottish independence when they unveil half-year results with less than 50 days to go before...
Technology companies are competing with each other on a new front - renewable energy - and taking on traditional power suppliers.
A ban on US airlines flying to Israel's Tel Aviv airport amid rocket fire from Gaza has been lifted.
Ryanair is facing a legal battle with the European Commission after it was ordered to repay almost ?10m (£7.9m) in what was found to be illegal state aid.
The head of the Government's trade promotion agency has hailed Britain's "clear and transparent" export control regime amid a growing row over the number of UK licences allowing...
General Motors has issued fresh recalls for nearly 823,000 vehicles, bringing the auto maker's recall total to nearly 30 million this year.
The UK Government has been accused of double standards over its continued arms sales to Russia.
Small firms will soon have access to a new source of funding as a debate continues to rage on the availability of cash support from banks.
A transatlantic crackdown has dismantled a crime ring accused of hacking more than 1,600 StubHub users' accounts to fraudulently purchase tickets for events.