Visa index shows spending fell for third month in July as rising living costs and Brexit uncertainty hit confidence.
Betting firm William Hill has been hit with a £6.2m penalty package for breaching anti-money laundering and social responsibility regulations.
Could we see a new Concorde take to the skies? Billionaire entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson thinks so.
Apple removed messaging app Telegram from its app store because some users were sharing images of child abuse.
Lloyds Banking Group has banned credit card customers from buying bitcoin amid fears it could be left in debt as the cryptocurrency’s value deflates.
Ryanair has launched a €750m (£662m) share buyback and sought to reassure shareholders that it is equipped to remain Europe’s biggest low-cost airline after caving in to a unionisation drive from pilots. Staff costs will increase by €45m this year as the Irish company lifts pay for its flight crews, and there may be further […]
BT Group revenue fell 3 per cent in the third quarter, missing analysts’ estimates for a gain, as its struggling IT business showed continued weakness.
Apple’s latest iPhone range sold about a million fewer handsets in the last three months of 2017 – but the firm still pulled in record revenues of $88.3bn (£62bn).
More than £1bn was wiped off the stock market value of the government contractor Capita on Wednesday, sparking fears of job losses and forcing Downing Street to play down the threat of a collapse echoing the demise of rival Carillion. Capita, whose major contracts range from collecting the BBC licence fee to electronic tagging of […]