New pubs and hotels will be opened over the next four years, and existing pubs across the UK and Republic of Ireland will be enlarged.
Amazon claims Donald Trump pressured the Pentagon to deny it a lucrative cloud computing contract because of his dislike for Jeff Bezos.
The Asia-focused bank was fined £102 million, as the Financial Conduct Authority raked in £391.8m so far this year - a six-fold increase on 2018.
The commodity giant slid to a record low share price on Monday after it said weak performance at its Ghana oil sites would hit production targets.
The online media business is already more than two months late and risks fines unless it files its 2018 financial information soon.
China has ordered that foreign computer software and hardware be removed from government and public offices within three years, the first known public directive from Beijing to limit the countries dependence on western technology.
Homegrown Tech Talent is a series that celebrates the British entrepreneurs and business leaders taking tech global – here, Hive founder John Furneaux talks taking on Slack and the joys and challenges of Americans doing business with Britons.
The deadline for claims on secret charges added by Swiss banks is the end of 2019 and British investors are owed around £4bn - with 40% going to HMRC.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has been accused of writing fake reviews for its new banking app Bó before it was officially available to download.
The US tech billionaire Elon Musk has been found not liable for defamation after being sued by a British cave expert he had called a "pedo guy" on Twitter.
The biodiverse Cerrado habit covering more than 20% of the country is being cleared faster than the Amazon to meet rising demand for soy.