European shares were little changed, but continued to trade just off records highs on Monday despite reports that the UK was due to delay lifting its Covid lockdown.
Seven tech companies urged the Securities and Exchange Commission to require businesses to regularly disclose climate reports to shareholders.
Samsung has entered the European telecoms market after striking a deal with Vodafone to supply 5G network equipment in Britain.
Novavax's Covid-19 vaccine is highly effective against Covid-19 and the company is on track to produce as many as 150m doses per month by the end of 2021.
China criticised on Monday a joint statement issued by the Group of Seven leaders over a range of matters that China considers "internal issues”".
Confederation of British Industry boss Tony Danker said that the world is “way off track” in its fight against climate change and the UK government should provide detailed guidance on how it plans to combat it.
Stocks have started the week on a mixed note as investors wait on the results of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting on Wednesday.
Qualcomm reportedly offered to invest in UK chip designer Arm if the company’s sale to Nvidia is blocked by regulators.
Blue Origin auctioned off a seat on its first ever human spaceflight for $28m on Monday.
The head of offshore wind farm developer, Orsted, warned on Monday that governments should speed up the leasing of seabeds in order to meet climate targets.
Google announced on Monday that it would be making its Workspace service available to everyone including consumers on free Google accounts.
GlaxoSmithKline has teamed up with US clinical stage biopharmaceutical group iTeos Therapeutics to co-develop and co-commercialise EOS-448, a monoclonal antibody currently in development as a potential treatment for patients with cancer.
Eurozone industrial production was better than expected in April, official data published on Monday showed, as economies across the bloc started to reopen.
Stock markets in Asia were in positive territory as they closed on Monday, although a number of major bourses were closed for holidays.
Six of the world’s biggest energy firms are competing to partner Qatar on the country's ambitious plans to significantly increase liquefied natural gas output.