Burberry has refused to comment on reports of a potential merger with a US rival.
Bombardier has announced a new round of job losses worldwide, having cut 1,340 UK roles in February.
A fall in crucial tax revenues meant the Government borrowed more than forecast last month - with officials unable to provide a link to the Brexit vote.
The maker of Benson & Hedges could soon come together with the company behind the Camel brand as British American Tobacco (BAT) seeks a mega-merger.
Online gambling firms may have crossed a line by effectively cheating punters out of winnings they expected to receive, according to a regulator.
BHP Billiton, the co-owner of the Samarco mine in Brazil, has rejected homicide and environmental charges in connection with a fatal dam collapse at the site last year.
Nearly two-thirds of older workers have felt discriminated against when going for a job, according to new figures.
A senior Treasury official has been drafted in to help Britain's financial services sector respond to the potential loss of seamless access to Europe's single market.
Nintendo has unveiled its first major console since 2012 - a handheld device that can also connect to a bigger screen.
The taxman is mulling an investigation into claims of low pay among drivers at the delivery firm, Hermes.
Global wine production is predicted to fall 5% this year following poor grape-growing conditions in many countries - with the UK set to benefit.
Camera giant Kodak is launching a new smartphone with two "industry leading" cameras built into it for photographers.
Thousands of Post Office workers are to stage a one-day strike later this month over jobs, pensions and branch closures.
Carlos Ghosn is to be the new chairman of Mitsubishi Motors after Nissan became the scandal-hit brand's biggest shareholder.
Heathrow's chief executive says the Prime Minister is "showing leadership" in her approach to the long-delayed decision on airport expansion in the South East.