NatWest customers will soon be able to shop online without needing to enter their card details at the checkout.
Car giant Ford is cutting about 7,000 white-collar jobs, about 10% of its global workforce.
Amazon is leading a 575 million US dollars (£450 million) investment round in Deliveroo, in a move that is set to have repercussions throughout the food delivery sector.
Vodafone has slashed its shareholder dividend payout for the first time to invest in 5G and cut debts as it revealed a mammoth 7.6 billion euro (£6.6 billion) annual loss.
A former Google boss has defended the company’s record on tax and said the technology giant complies with “complicated” rules.
China has announced it is raising tariffs on 60 billion dollars (£46 billion) of US goods in retaliation for the latest hike in American tariffs on its exports.
Uber hit a few potholes on its first day of trading on the US stock market, closing down 8% and reflecting lingering doubts about its prospects for profitability.
Uber has begun trading as a public company at 42 US dollars (£32) per share, nearly 7% below its initial public offering price, on an already volatile day for the markets.
Uber is set for a wild ride on Wall Street with the biggest and most hotly debated initial public offering (IPO) in years.
European investment in the British tech industry surged last year as the sector shrugged off Brexit uncertainty, according to a new report.