Fresh jobs and wages data for the UK will be closely scrutinised by the Bank of England and the City for evidence that the surprise jump in unemployment reported last month was a blip.
The FDA issued a warning letter to a pharmaceutical company after Kim Kardashian posted a promotional selfie with one of its drugs.
Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo have accused US film studios of attempting to resurrect the Stop Online Piracy Act (Sopa), which was defeated in Congress in 2012.
Twenty-eight track and field athletes were suspended on Tuesday by the IAAF after samples from the 2005 and 2007 world championships were retested, though they did not include any British competitors.
The most stark warning yet regarding the challenges Rory McIlroy will encounter on his return to action at the US PGA Championship has arrived from Tiger Woods.
Wiltshire police will supervise all investigations launched across the country into sexual abuse allegations against the late former prime minister Sir Edward Heath, the force has confirmed.
Mark Carney has told the government that the Bank of England is to examine whether policies intended to strengthen financial stability in the economy have held back economic growth.
Newcastle's Ayoze Perez congratulated Pedro on his UEFA Super Cup goal, scored ahead of a potential transfer to Manchester United.
Mizuho International, the securities and investment banking arm of the Mizuho Financial Group has appointed Cameron Umetsu as Executive Director, Chief Japan Fixed Income Strategist.
No athlete in history has earned as much per second as Usain Bolt but the long line of punters queueing out of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for last-minute tickets on a grotty, sodden Friday night suggested he was worth his fee, whatever it was (the whispers on the athletics circuit, where everyone is paid in dollars, start at $100,000 and rise steeply thereafter).
Chris Froome has successfully negotiated the formality of a procession from Sèvres into Paris to win his second Tour de France in three years.