The pound made marginal gains on Friday following prime minister Theresa May’s announcement that she would resign on 7 June.
SpaceX launched the first 60 satellites of a project that will offer a high-speed internet service designed to generate key revenue for the company.
The Northern Irish economy stands to lose around £940m by the end of the year if its power-sharing executive is not restored, according to the Confederation of British Industry.
A no-deal Brexit could permanently hamper the economy on the island of Ireland, according to the Confederation of British Industry's Carolyn Fairbairn.
The cloud software company Salesforce said its new investment fund will help create the 'world’s largest ecosystem of enterprise cloud companies.'
Credit Suisse, SAP, and Deutsche Bank are the UK’s highest-paying companies, according to a new survey by job review website Glassdoor.
Administrators appointed to Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire have closed all but three of the company’s restaurants, in a move that will see around 1,000 employees lose their jobs.
New estimates show that economic growth in Northern Ireland was almost four times slower than it was in London in the first quarter.
Ryanair shares plunged by more than 5% on Monday after the low-cost carrier announced its weakest annual profit in four years.
The UK will start publishing experimental poverty statistics next year that create a poverty line relative to what the average family has to spend.
EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren said “enormous” demand was to blame for eye-watering ticket prices for next month's Champions League final.
EasyJet said fares in the second half of the year would be “slightly down” due to Brexit-related market uncertainty and the economic slowdown in Europe.
Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, and JPMorgan are among several banks that have been fined £935m for taking part in two cartels in the foreign exchange market.
National Grid said profits fell by almost a third last year as the Labour Party announced a plan that would see the infrastructure company taken into public ownership.
The Institute for Public Policy Research warned that a quarter of workers in the north of England, and around a third of women, are paid less than the real living wage.
Ireland’s data protection watchdog said it was “actively engaging” with WhatsApp’s Irish division to determine if EU user data had been impacted.
Much has been made about the Brexit divide between London and the rest of the UK. Economic divides help explain the difference in feeling.
More wealthy investors think Brexit will have a positive impact on the economy than do those who think it will have a negative one.
A new five-week process aimed at restoring the Northern Ireland executive for the first time since January 2017 will start in Belfast on Tuesday.