Twitter posted its second consecutive quarterly profit as it added more users and reaped the benefit of streaming video.
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US cable operator Comcast has made a formal £22bn bid for Sky, the owner of Sky News, in a move expected to stoke a bidding war for the UK company.
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TSB customers are reporting they are able to access their accounts after the lender took its digital banking platforms offline to fix a bungled system upgrade.
The board of Shire says it will recommend a revised £46bn offer for the FTSE 100 company by Takeda.
Lloyds has reported a surge in first quarter pre-tax profits to £1.6bn, prompting a business group to call on the bank to "rethink" branch closures amid its digital investment drive.
Whitbread is to spin-off its Costa coffee empire from its hotel and other interests following pressure from shareholders.
WhatsApp is raising the minimum age limit of its users to 16 across Europe.
The world's biggest bond fund manager will this week seal the purchase of a £5bn portfolio of mortgages owned by British taxpayers, marking a fresh milestone in efforts to unwind the legacy of the 2008 financial crisis.
The Government has given the green light to Melrose's £8.1bn takeover of British engineering giant GKN after finding there were no national security grounds for intervening in the deal.
Facebook has launched a fresh drive to root out race hate, extremism and fake news from its platform.
TSB is taking down its mobile app and online banking service to fix issues for its customers after a botched IT upgrade.
The Chancellor has beaten his budget deficit target of £45.2bn for the last financial year, according to official figures which also show one measure in surplus for the first time in 16 years.
Santander UK has blamed "ongoing competitive pressures" for a 21% fall in first quarter pre-tax profits to £414m.
Rent arrears, evictions and food bank use are soaring in areas where universal credit has been rolled out, new figures have revealed.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock is to consider intervening in Trinity Mirror's £126.7m deal to buy newspapers including the Daily Express and Daily Star.
British manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce is considering moving the design approval process for its large jet engines to Germany as a "technical measure" to avoid Brexit disruption.
The European Commission has launched an in-depth investigation into Apple's takeover of UK-based music app Shazam after finding the deal could raise competition concerns.
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Downing Street has dismissed suggestions a looming parliamentary showdown over a key part of Theresa May's Brexit strategy will effectively be a vote of confidence in the Prime Minister.