Easyjet was lifted by growth in customer numbers last month, but has warned about the continued impact of industrial action in France.
British Airways owner International Airlines Group (IAG) has warned that strikes in France are posing a challenge to its operations.
Google has been issued with a record fine of more than four billion euro by the European Commission competition authorities for abusing its market position through the Android mobile operating system.
EastJet has said it plans to join rivals in launching a legal complaint to the European Commission over crippling air traffic control strikes after revealing a £25 million hit from the disruption.
Britain’s economy will be among the slowest growing in the EU this year and is “particularly exposed” to the escalating US trade war, the European Commission has warned.
UBS has hired the former European Commissioner Jonathan Hill to help advise its corporate clients on Brexit, making the UK politician the latest to make the leap to the City.
The fiasco surrounding Dundee's ultimately failed bid to become European Capital of Culture has cost the city and wider region a potential £140 million.
London Stock Exchange Group has appointed Goldman Sachs veteran David Schwimmer as its new chief executive.
Dundee and the other four cities hoping to become European Capital of Culture in 2023 have admitted defeat in their bid to be re-instated into the competition.
UK sheep meat processing costs could be reduced if an EU proposal to ease controls on the removal of Specified Risk Material (SRM) from the carcases of animals slaughtered for human consumption is approved next month.