Troubled smartphone firm BlackBerry is losing three more executives, including its head of global sales, days before quarterly figures are expected to show further steep losses.
Microsoft's next chief executive will not be announced before 2014, the company's board has said, lowering speculation that they have already picked a successor to Steve Ballmer.
Vince Cable's business department has admitted that the scathing report into Royal Bank of Scotland's treatment of small business customers published last month was different to the one the business secretary had received.
Taxpayers took a hit of at least £230m through the sale of a stake in Lloyds Banking Group, the National Audit Office said on Wednesday, in a report that contradicts government claims that it a made a profit on the privatisation of the bailed-out institution.
A new survey on job prospects in the UK shows that companies are at their most optimistic about hiring new workers since the onset of recession.
Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella has again been linked to Premier League with both Swansea and Southampton possible destinations
Arsenal’s South Korean striker Park Chu-Young is in danger of missing out on the World Cup unless he gets first team football
Annual list reveals world's top searches, with twerking, yolo, Zumba and Kim Kardashian leading the way in the UK
Liverpool's goal machine Luis Suarez has admitted that he didn't want to face England at next summer's World Cup.
Arsenal and Liverpool midfielders have both been in form this season, who has performed better?