Transport for London has denied Uber’s request to renew its licence in London after determining that the car-hailing app is “not fit and proper” to hold the licence.
Will Shu hikes salary to £125,000 a year as dispute over workers’ status continues and losses mount at the food delivery company.
It may be famous as home to David Brent, the office manager from hell in TV smash The Office, but Slough has been named the best town in the country for jobs.
There is growing concern among global net users about fake news online, according to a BBC World Service poll.
Online supermarket Ocado has seen its share price slump in early trading, despite releasing a fairly positive trading statement.
Toy giant Toys R Us has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States and Canada as the retailer struggles under its heavy debt load and a shift towards online shopping.
Chief executive Michael O’Leary has apologised to Ryanair passengers and has admitted it will cause huge inconvenience.
Bank of England governor says labour shortages could also raise wages in short term, but Brexit would have only modest impact on prices.
The Bank of England has kept interest rates on hold – but warned a rise is “likely” in the “coming months” if inflation continues to surge.