The European Union on Thursday unveiled plans to make USB-C connectors the standard charging port for all smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices, in a move that will hit iPhone maker Apple.
Novavax's manufacturing problems may be more serious than previously thought and could hamper global efforts to fight Covid-19.
The chancellor Rishi Sunak plans to cut the surcharge on banks’ profits, it was reported on Wednesday.
The government wants to link mortgages to compulsory green improvements to homes, it was reported on Tuesday.
UK aerospace and engineering firm Meggitt said it still expected its £6. 3bn takeover by US rival Parker-Hannifin to complete next year despite a UK government intervention on national security grounds.
UK government departments face deep budget cuts of more than £2bn even as Finance Minister Rishi-Sunak increases taxes to their highest peacetime level, a leading financial thinktank said on Tuesday.
British military truck drivers have started delivering fuel to petrol stations as the nation continued to grapple with low supplies at forecourts.
UK motorists are continuing to panic-buy petrol leaving filling stations empty within hours of fuel arriving, the petrol station trade body said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reportedly approved the relaxation of UK immigration rules to allow more foreign truck drivers into the country to ease shortages at petrol stations and wider economic disruption.
The US and Chinese presidents held their first direct conversations since February overnight on Thursday.
Analysts at Credit Suisse upgraded their recommendation for shares of Boohoo to 'outperform', telling clients that Western governments looked set to step in and "level up the playing field" against Chinese fashion retail app Shein.
The number of job openings in the US hit a fresh record high in July despite slower hiring as Americans increasingly chose to 'quit' their current employment.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a potential revolt from within his own Conservative Party over plans to break a manifesto promise and increase National Insurance Contributions (NICs) to pay for social care reforms.
Boris Johnson has announced a £12bn annual tax increase to fund higher health and social care spending that his critics said was unfair and inadequate.
HSBC chairman Mark Tucker sounded a hopeful note on US-China relations while doubling down on the lender's increasing focus on Greater China.
The appearance of the Delta variant of Covid-19 hammered Americans's confidence at the start of August, the results of a closely-followed survey revealed.
Americans were a bit less cheerful in July amid complaints about higher prices for homes, vehicles and household durables.
America's financial markets' watchdog has halted registrations for Chinese corporates seeking to list on US stock markets.
Fully-vaccinated travellers from so-called ‘amber’ countries in the European Union, as well as the United States, could soon join jabbed British travellers in avoiding quarantine when they arrive in the United Kingdom.
Talks between top Chinese and US diplomats on Sunday and Monday reportedly ended in stalemate as China refused to budge on multiple foreign policy issues.