Ukip's seemingly relentless electoral advance stalled on Friday after the Conservatives held Newark with a larger than expected majority, partly attributed to people voting tactically to keep Nigel Farage's party out of Westminster.
Later this year, British schools will get a new computing curriculum, including an introduction to programming for children as young as five years old.
A game made by a 12-year-old developer in just two months has been named one of the "best new games" on Apple's App Store.
Nintendo is shutting down its European headquarters in Großostheim, Germany, laying off 130 workers in the process, the company announced on Friday.
Ross McEwan, chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, received shares on Friday worth almost £1.5m in the bailed-out bank.
The American lawyer who orchestrated a successful class action suit against the tobacco industry 20 years ago has turned his sights on the stock exchanges caught up in the controversy over high-frequency trading.
Mary Barra won kudos for her efforts to be transparent while pushing for much-needed changes within the carmaker's flawed culture.
Coutts, the Queen's bank, could end up paying compensation to thousands of customers after admitting that some may have been given unsuitable investment advice.
When you stop and think about it, the "Disney Vault" is every bit as sinister as its histrionic name implies.
A large burst of layoffs likely.
West Ham have conceded 16 goals in their last four games and Sam Allardyce could face the sake if they are on the end of another heavy defeat on Saturday.
Russia boss still haunted by England’s 2010 World Cup exit and Chelsea star Frank Lampard’s goal that never was.
Former Norwich City star Holt struggling at Championship outfit and could be heading for the exit