An epic court battle against Uber took another twist as the car-sharing giant came a step closer to being liable for a potential £1.5 billion in unpaid VAT.
It is “extraordinary” that as many as 800,000 defective tumble dryers could still remain in people’s homes four years after Whirlpool revealed they are a fire risk, MPs have said.
Apple has introduced a feature to its mobile payment system allowing London commuters to travel more seamlessly without needing to prepare their device.
Sainsbury’s attempts to slash costs by £500 million started in earnest on Thursday as the supermarket revealed it took a £203 million hit to its balance sheet from a series of store closures.
ITV enjoyed a victorious Rugby World Cup, even if the players from the Home Nations did not, as England and Wales’s strong runs in the competition boosted advertising revenues.
A new Red Dwarf advertising campaign is set to help roadside assistance firm AA return its membership base to growth as it insisted it had already stemmed declines.
Budget retailer Poundland has ended its across-the-board £1 price pledge with the introduction of products ranging from 50p to £5 in every UK store.
The next government must focus on avoiding a no-deal Brexit and bring back much-needed confidence to businesses desperate for clarity, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has said.
TalkTalk has put the sale of its full fibre broadband business, FibreNation, on hold after the Labour Party announced plans to turn broadband into a free public service.
Business is the topic of the day with Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson attending the CBI Conference in an attempt to win over City leaders with their proposals.