Rupert Murdoch's bid to take full control of Sky will come under fresh scrutiny this week when an influential group of politicians meets with Ofcom to express their opposition to the tycoon's latest takeover attempt.
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One of Britain's most prestigious bespoke greenhouse firms known for its Kew Garden structures fears its brand could be damaged by the reputation of a "small-minded" Britain in the wake of Brexit.
Savers will be dealt another blow from Monday as NS&I snips some of its savings rates and slashes the Premium Bond prize pot.
Supermarkets should sell "wonky veg" as part of their main fruit and vegetable lines to help cut food waste, MPs have urged.
VAT looks set to stay at 20% or less until 2022 after the Conservatives and Labour promised not to increase the tax on goods and services if they win the General Election.
Japan's prime minister has said he will "continue to trust" the UK's economy after Brexit has taken place, as he states that maintaining an open Europe is a matter of concern to the world.
Theresa May has revealed plans to stop "irresponsible bosses" bringing about a repeat of the BHS scandal which saw retail tycoon Sir Philip Green branded the "unacceptable face of capitalism".
A bold plan to build commercial space ports in Britain is at risk of being grounded by poor legislation, MPs have warned.
Elderly social care, energy prices and financial fraud must be top priorities for the next government to maintain consumer confidence and a thriving economy, a watchdog has said.
US stocks have closed slightly lower on Wall Street, narrowly missing a fourth record high close this week for the Nasdaq composite index.
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland soared on Friday after the embattled lender booked its first quarterly profit since 2015 in what chief executive Ross McEwan described as a "major milestone".
People have just a week left to spend old paper £5 Bank of England notes in shops before they lose their legal tender status.
Banking customers with NatWest, RBS, Lloyds and Halifax struggled with online banking glitches on Friday.
Tory Party grandee Lord Nigel Lawson has been blasted for suggesting that City bankers should be prioritised over unwanted "Romanian fruit pickers" after Brexit, with senior Conservatives also distancing themselves from the remarks.
Sir Martin Sorrell, the boss of advertising giant WPP, has had his pay slashed by almost a third - although he will still take home £48.1 million.
BMW workers are to stage a protest outside one of the car maker's prestige showrooms as part of a dispute over pensions.
The family owners of luxury Swiss watchmaker Breitling have sold a significant stake in the company to private equity giant CVC Capital.
Management at Prestwick Airport plan to return it to private ownership within the next five years, a report has revealed.
Scotch whisky exports have risen by 4% in a year to more than £4 billion, marking a return to growth for the sector.
House price growth has slowed to around a third of its previous levels in areas where commuters have been affected by the Southern railway strikes, according to a property website.
The number of people going financially insolvent jumped to its highest levels in nearly three years in the first quarter of 2017, official figures show.
Rising prices and fears of a consumer spending downturn are set to be key themes when supermarkets Sainsbury's and Morrisons report figures next week.
Royal Mail is making a fresh proposal on pensions in a move aimed at resolving a dispute with its workers.
Annual growth in consumer borrowing slowed in March in signs that rising prices are biting into people's spending, according to a high street banking report.
House prices recorded their slowest annual increase in nearly four years in April, Nationwide Building Society has reported.
Barclays boss Jes Staley has moved to quell shareholder unrest over his conduct, insisting he has the full backing of the board as the lender celebrated a doubling of first quarter profits.
The taxpayer's stake in Lloyds Banking Group has been cut to below 1% as the Government edges closer to fully privatising the lender.
Sony has reported a January-March profit of 27.7 billion yen (£194 million) on the back of healthy sales of image sensors, PlayStation 4 game software and batteries for mobile devices, marking a recovery from its red ink a year ago.
Royal Bank of Scotland has reported its first quarterly profit since 2015, with chief executive Ross McEwan hailing the results as a "major milestone".
The UK economy endured a worse-than-expected slowdown in the first three months of the year as the services sector slackened and inflation hit retailers.
Consumer confidence is "surprisingly stable" as the UK navigates the upcoming General Election and Brexit negotiations.
Demonstrators will stage a protest outside the annual meeting of HSBC on Friday to call for better regulation of the banking sector.