Hitachi's decision to suspend its UK nuclear development programme is awful news on any number of levels.
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Philips has announced plans to shut a UK factory with the potential loss of 430 jobs, months after expressing worries about a possible hit from Brexit.
One of Britain's biggest online furniture retailers has kicked off an urgent search for a buyer, underlining the challenges facing internet-based shops even as their high street rivals battle the worst trading environment for decades.
Facebook has removed 364 pages and accounts linked to employees of Russian news agency Sputnik from its platform.
Hitachi has frozen plans to build a nuclear power station at Wylfa in Anglesey in a move that could lead to the loss of 400 jobs.
France has requested the board of Renault meet to replace its scandal-hit boss Carlos Ghosn.
Fashion retailer Primark has joined a growing list of retailers to report a better than expected Christmas trading period.
The outlook for house sales is the most negative seen for two decades, with many surveyors blaming Brexit uncertainty.
UK clothing retailers have been told they face penalties if they are found to be misleading customers about the origin of fur on their products.
Marks & Spencer is trialling plastic-free produce at one of its stores as it tries to reduce its reliance on packaging.
The crisis-hit owner of Patisserie Valerie is examining "options" for the business, warning the scale of alleged fraud in its accounts may be much worse than initially feared.
The rate of UK inflation fell to its lowest level in nearly two years in December, helped by weaker fuel prices.
The Port of Dover says it is "prepared" for Brexit but still needs the government's help to keep the UK's most important port running smoothly.
A Red Bull advertising campaign has been banned for suggesting the energy drink could increase focus and concentration.
Britain's FTSE 100 traded in negative territory this morning as Theresa May faces a vote of no-confidence later after her Brexit deal was defeated.
Business leaders have expressed their "frustration" over the political turmoil and lack of a Brexit deal after Prime Minister Theresa May's defeat in the Commons.
British politicians should move on from pursuing Brexit "fantasies" and support a second referendum, according to a letter signed by dozens of business leaders to be published this week.
Holidaymakers looking to beat the January blues have been warned to watch out for villa scams which can result in victims losing thousands of pounds.
Executives from some of the biggest companies operating in the UK rounded on cabinet ministers on Tuesday night after they refused to rule out a no-deal Brexit in the wake of Theresa May's crushing Commons defeat.
The pound has endured a rollercoaster ride amid the deepening political crisis over Brexit.