iPhone maker Apple has been awarded $539 million in its near seven-year patent battle with rival Samsung.
Deutsche Bank is cutting around 7,000 jobs, with hundreds of staff in London expected to be affected.
With just ten months to go before the UK formally leaves the European Union, it’s been revealed that the number of Britons becoming naturalised German citizens rose 162% in 2017 from the year before.
Marks & Spencer — a British high street fixture for more than 100 years and FTSE 100 constituent since its founding in 1984 — has admitted it must evolve or die.
The US will decide at the end of May whether Europe’s current exclusion from steel tariffs will be extended — and it doesn’t look likely.
US President Donald Trump’s administration appears to be ready to lift a ban on American companies selling hardware and software to Chinese telecoms company ZTE.
Little-known university professor Giuseppe Conte is widely expected to be named Italy’s new Prime Minister, breaking the political deadlock that has brought the country’s government to a standstill over the last few weeks.
As Sterling drops below $1.34 this morning ahead of the next round of Brexit talks with Brussels tomorrow, the FTSE 100 blue-chip index has hit a fresh record high, touching 7,843 points.
Nicolas Maduro has declared victory in a controversial Venezuela election last night, winning another six years in office.
PayPal has bought mobile payment company iZettle for a whopping $2.2 billion — taking the company a step closer to becoming a fully fledged bank.
Royal Mail has warned European Union data protection regulation General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into affect later this month, will mean people in the UK send fewer letters.
The Tencent share price has risen sharply this morning in Hong Kong after the Chinese technology giant revealed record first quarter net profit of 23.29 billion yuan ($3.7 billion), up 61% year-on-year.
A report by British lawmakers into the construction and outsourcing giant Carillion collapse has suggested the big four accountancy firms — KPMG, PwC, Deloitte and EY — should be broken up.
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Europe’s plastic water bottle producers have today announced they intend to raise collection rates of plastic bottles to 90% by 2025 — from 60% currently — as they join the global war on plastic waste.
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The UK is expected to announce fresh funding for its nuclear submarine programme today, with a combined £2.5 billion ($3.3 billion) spent over across two projects.
Shareholders in some of the UK’s biggest companies will signal their displeasure over poor performance, gender imbalance, and ballooning boardroom pay at some 18 annual general meetings (AGMs) taking place this week alone across the FTSE 350.
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The unofficial Brexit campaign group Leave.EU has been fined £70,000 ($95,000) for exceeding a limit on expenditure, the British elections watchdog the Electoral Commission has said.
The Snap share price has dropped after hours in New York after the Snapchat parent company announced its latest redesign of its disappearing messaging app.
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The RBS share price has climbed at the London market open after news broke last night the bank — still majority owned by the British taxpayer — will pay $4.9 billion to the US Department of Justice (DoJ) to resolve a long-running probe.
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Japanese technology investor SoftBank has posted a record annual profit as its bets on emerging tech firms around the world begin to pay off.
Telecoms giant Vodafone has this morning announced a $19 billion deal for much of rival Liberty Global’s European assets, in what is the company’s largest acquisition since it bought Mannesmann in 2000.
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The HSBC share price has dipped after the London-based global banking giant posted a surprise fall in pre-tax profits for the first three months of the year, which the bank’s blamed on higher costs.
A radical plan to overhaul Switzerland’s financial sector looks set for failure, the first opinion poll on June’s Swiss referendum has shown.
The Spotify share price has fallen sharply at the US market open in New York after the company posted underwhelming first quarter results last night — Spotify’s first earnings release since its market debut in April.