The New Day newspaper is to close on Friday, nine weeks after launching, its owner Trinity Mirror has confirmed.
Up to 10 senior managers at HBOS in the run-up to its collapse could be banned from working in the City after the much-delayed publication of two damning reports into the bank’s demise.
BT has unveiled a £6 billion programme to upgrade its network in a move to extend ultrafast broadband to at least 10 million homes and businesses and lay fibre optic lines to around two million premises across the UK.
A tax cut on Scotch whisky has boosted sales in the UK following years of decline, new figures reveal.
High street chain Greggs said it plans to close three bakeries with the loss of 355 jobs as it reshapes the business.
Postal firm Whistl has suspended deliveries after private equity backer LDC pulled out of funding to help expand the business.
Friends Reunited, one of the original social networking sites, is to close.
Sterling plunged by as much as 6% against the dollar overnight in a "flash crash" during the Asian trading session.
Around 600 jobs are being axed and 32 branches closed at Royal Bank of Scotland in the latest jobs cull at the state-backed lender.
The UK will "prepare for the worst" after Greece became the first developed nation to default on an IMF loan, George Osborne said.