Ryanair accuses Lufthansa and the German government of colluding to carve up the failed airline.
The jobless rate has fallen to 4.4% official figures show, but the squeeze on real incomes continues.
Nestle is launching a new version of the Walnut Whip - but without the famous nut on its peak.
Uber was in trouble for not adequately securing both customer and driver data from hacking.
The government does not envisage border posts or CCTV cameras along the 300-mile Irish land frontier.
The latest unemployment figures may finally provide a clue on how to solve the wages puzzle.
Taxi-hailing firm wants to work with regulators after a temporary ban on services in the Philippines.
Shares in the insurer fall up to 7% as changes in the calculation of injury costs hold back profits.
Hit TV shows are now bought and adapted for different countries around the world in an industry worth billions.
Why passing away has done little to deaden the commercial appeal of musical legends like Elvis and their entrepreneurial super fans.
But the president's remarks fail to head off further resignations from White House business groups.
The International Monetary Fund says that China's credit growth is on a "dangerous trajectory".
The Unite union says the bank is planning to make the job cuts at its London office by 2020.
The EU says it is too soon to discuss trade and customs with other Brexit issues yet to be settled.
The government has ruled out any reversing on plans for higher interest charges on student loans.
The future of a major adult-training provider is in question after it fails to block a critical report.
The US wholesaler faces a big damages bill for selling "Tiffany" rings not made by the jeweller.
Millions of rail users will see the price of regulated rail fares rise by up to 3.6% in January.
The contract services company says revenues from housing will fall by £30m to £800m and hit profits.
Bill Gates remains the world's richest person despite giving away 5% of his fortune.
The president asks the top US trade official to review China's approach to intellectual property.
The ride-sharing company says the move is part of a number of improvements for drivers.
Higher consumer spending helped to boost growth in the world's third-largest economy.
Pressure on wages is set to continue, with pay rises forecast at 1% over the next year, a survey says.
A survey of 4,000 cabin crew also finds more than 25% had seen drunk passengers risk flight safety.
Clarks has been accused of "everyday sexism" for calling a girls' school shoe the "Dolly Babe".
Philip Hammond and Liam Fox put on a show of unity as they agree on a post-Brexit transition period.
The company, which has its headquarters in Worksop, saw its pre-tax profits drop earlier this year.
Young are more likely to rely on cards and digital payments, although cash is still popular for others.
Jetting off from Gatwick on Easyjet? BBC analysis suggests you may have a bit of a longer wait.
The income gap between men from poor families and rich ones is also widening, the IFS said.