UKTV, which is 50% owned by the BBC, will withdraw its channels from broadcaster Virgin Media on Saturday after failing to agree on retransmission fees, which saw ITV shares perk up on hopes that it could increase its own fees.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday urged the EU to axe its "unworkable" plan for the Irish border after Brexit, accusing the bloc of inflexibility on the issue.
The Apple Watch, FitBit and other accessories assembled in China could be affected by the latest round of US tariffs on $200bn of Chinese products, according to government filings.
President Donald Trump took the unusual step of explicitly criticised the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates and the potential impact on the US economy, as well threatening to hit China with a new wave of tariffs.
UK public finances continued to improve in June, with government borrowing falling to its lowest level since 2007 and potentially giving Chancellor Philip Hammond more room for manoeuvre in his autumn Budget.
The government is preparing to issue weekly warnings about the impact of a no-deal Brexit after the prime minister's blueprint for leaving the EU failed to unite her party.
A Which? investigation has found a third of plastic packaging in supermarkets is not recyclable. Morrisons was found to be the best at using recyclable packaging while Lidl showed the worst results.
Five local councils notified the Theresa May's government that they are seeking a judicial review of the government’s decision to go through with the expansion of London’s Heathrow Airport, with the support of London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Burberry destroyed unwanted stock worth £28. 6m in its last financial year to avoid it falling into hands of forgers or finding its way onto other shelves or websites.
Uber has hired its first chief privacy officer ahead of the ride hailing appmaker's planned initial public offer next year.
Nightlife in the London borough of Hackney is under threat after the local council voted in favour of a clamp-down, including curfews and prevention of granting of new licences.
Manufacturing conditions in the Philadelphia region improved more than expected in July, according to a survey released on Thursday.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell to the lowest level since 1969 last week, according to figures from the Labor Department.
US President Donald Trump said that European Union officials will be travelling to Washington next week to discuss trade and threatened the bloc with “tremendous retribution” if negotiations do not work out.
Sterling was sent slipping and sliding to below $1. 30 for the first time in 10 months after a series of disappointing economic data points this week lowered expectations for UK interest rates.
UK retail sales fell back in June, as the football World Cup and hot weather saw consumers abandon the high street.
As children's entertainment behemoth Disney and Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox tussle for control of Sky, Ofcom has revealed the broadcaster and telecoms utility was the least complained about provider in the latest complaints league table.
US housing starts dropped to a nine-month low in June, according to data released by the Commerce Department on Tuesday.
Tech giant Google has been fined €4. 3bn ($5bn) by the European Union for abusing its market position over smartphone makers and ordered to change the way it puts web browser apps on Android devices.
The Competition and Markets Authority has concluded its investigation into the pension investment market by proposing a series of reforms.