The car sharing service Uber has been hit with a temporary ban in Germany after a court in Frankfurt ruled that the mobile app violates the country's Passenger Transportation Act.
It's one of the biggest musical comebacks of all time and no I'm not talking about Kate Bush. High-street music retailer HMV says it is close to wresting the title of UK's biggest music and DVD retailer back from Amazon as Britons rediscover the charm of actually going into a shop and buying a CD or a record.
America’s fast food workers are planning their biggest strike to date this Thursday, with a nationwide walkout in protest at low wages and poor healthcare.
Malaysia Airlines is to slash its staff numbers by a third, cutting 6,000 jobs, after the airline suffered the two worst disasters in modern aviation only five months apart.
Bonuses paid out across the economy rose nearly 5% from last year to more than £40bn, which means they now make up the biggest proportion of workers' pay packages since before the economic downturn.
Google has become the latest tech giant to get into the drone business.
The AA's chief executive has been squeezed out of the company just two months after the motoring group floated on the stock market.
Taxi-hiring startup Uber’s UK arm has denied claims made on Tuesday that it poaches drivers from rival services with the heavily criticised method allegedly used by its US arm.
Shell has struck a deal to sell some of its onshore oil and gas fields in the Niger delta amid rising concern about oil spills, sabotage and industrial-scale theft from Nigerian wells and pipelines of up to 150,000 barrels a day.
Hewlett-Packard has revealed it plans to sue the UK arm of Deloitte, auditor of the Cambridge software firm Autonomy that HP bought for $11bn (£6.6bn) before writing off nearly half the company's value and accusing the former management of accounting improprieties.
Some of the largest shareholders in Royal Dutch Shell, the giant petroleum and energy group, are expected to publicly back the company’s $53bn (£35bn) takeover of BG amid concern the deal could be sabotaged by those who want it scrapped.
Martin Shkreli said federal prosecutors targeted him because of a drug price hike and Internet antics.
Martin Shkreli, the embattled health care businessman, has been let go by KaloBios Pharmaceuticals — one of the companies he had headed.