Wall Street is getting ready to hear from a number of retail giants this week.
“I hate cash,” legendary investor Warren Buffett stated earlier this year.
South East Asian ride-hailing service Grab has raised $2.5bn (£1.9bn) from investors in a blow to one of its biggest industry competitors, Uber.
Barclays and four former executives were charged with fraud on Tuesday over agreements struck with Qatar during the 2008 financial crisis.
E-commerce giant Amazon said on Friday that it had agreed to buy Whole Foods, the upmarket grocery chain in a $13.7bn (£10.7bn) deal.
The competition watchdog has launched an initial investigation into Tesco’s planned £3.7bn takeover of Booker, the largest UK wholesaler.
Investors suing the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for the losses the bank incurred in the 2008 financial crisis could settle the case outside of court.
The first round of France’s presidential election showed a great divide between voters.
Companies that have faced cyber attacks are often criticised for not having stringent enough guards – but their wallets can be affected too.
Today, the Bank of England (BoE) upgraded growth forecasts for the next three years.
These three things are going to have a significant impact on the wider world.