BBC : Business (46)

Google signs $1.1bn HTC smartphone deal

The Taiwanese handset maker has struggled to compete against rivals Apple and Samsung.

Ryanair pilots reject bonus to work through cancellation crisis

Pilots had been offered cash to work extra days after the airline was forced to cancel thousands of flights.

Fed to start unwinding bond portfolio

The Fed will start to reduce its $4.2trn balance sheet in October.

Nine million people still make or receive calls while driving

A survey by the RAC suggests 23% make or receive calls illegally - but the number is falling.

Ryanair provides update on flight cancellations

Ryanair says it has now emailed all customers advising them of flight changes and offering recompense.

Dominic Chappell denies BHS probe charges

Dominic Chappell pleads not guilty to charges brought by the Pensions Regulator after the collapse of BHS.

HTC shares suspended on Google takeover rumours

Shares in Taiwanese smartphone firm HTC are suspended amid rumours Google parent Alphabet is planning a takeover.

NotPetya cyber-attack cost TNT at least $300m

Delivery company FedEx says a recent cyber-attack cost its TNT division about $300m .

US markets calm as Fed outcome looms

US markets open little moved as investors await clues as to the timing of future interest rate rises.

Toshiba to sell chip unit for $18bn to plug losses

The embattled electronics firm hopes the deal will cover heavy losses from its nuclear division.

Tata Steel Thyssenkrupp merger: Safeguard Welsh jobs call

The tie-up between Tata - which owns Port Talbot steel works - and a German firm will lead to job losses.

Tata and ThyssenKrupp agree steel merger

The tie-up will create Europe's second-biggest steelmaker, but will also lead to job losses.

Zara owner profits jump despite strong euro

Inditex had a net income of 1.4bn euros in the six months to 31 July - 9% higher than the previous year.

International visits to US fall

European visits fell by 10% in the first quarter of 2017 and the number of Middle Eastern travellers shrank by 25%.

Tata and ThyssenKrupp 'agree' first stage of merger deal

Tata and ThyssenKrupp owns steelworks across the UK including the largest site in Port Talbot.

China orders Bitcoin exchanges in capital city to close

All Bitcoin exchanges in Beiing and Shanghai must submit plans for winding down operations.

Does Ryanair have a pilot shortage?

Could recruitment issues explain why the airline will be cancelling so many flights in the coming weeks?

US deficit rises to 2008 levels

The drop was driven by a decline in income receipts from foreigners.

Staff rotas face tech revolution

Cloud computing and mobile apps are being used to make staff rotas much simpler to manage.

Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy protection

The once dominant toy retailer has struggled against larger rivals such as Amazon and Walmart.

French Connection sees losses narrow

The struggling fashion brand also appoints new independent directors after facing pressure from shareholders.

Ten Network creditors accept CBS takeover bid

The US network beats a rival offer from Lachlan Murdoch to buy the struggling broadcaster.

Ryanair publishes full list of cancellations

Boss Michael O'Leary says the airline, which is axing 40-50 flights a day for six weeks, has "messed up".

Wisconsin approves $3bn deal for Foxconn factory

It is believed to be the largest incentive package for a foreign company in US history.

EU seeks to limit trade of torture instruments

An alliance of countries hopes to restrict sales of instruments such as spiked batons and shock belts.

Bombardier jobs: May to press Trump on Belfast jobs

The aerospace firm's Belfast operation could be affected by a US trade dispute.

Ryanair to publish full list of cancellations

Airline boss Michael O'Leary says most affected passengers will still be able to fly on the same day.

Rocket and missile maker Orbital ATK sold for $7.8bn

Orbital ATK is being bought by Northrop Grumman in its first major takeover for several years.

Mark Carney says rate rises will be gradual and limited

The Bank of England governor said that inflation is likely to stay above 2% over the next three years.

Rolling Stone magazine up for sale

The 50 year-old publication, famed for covering music and popular culture, is to be sold as publishing industry struggles.

New Zealand jet fuel shortage leaves passengers stranded

Flights have been grounded after a digger accidentally cut Auckland Airport's sole fuel pipeline.

May to discuss Bombardier with Trudeau

Theresa May and Canadian leader are to discuss a trade dispute that could threaten jobs in Belfast.

PwC reveals black and Asian workers are paid 13% less

The firm says its BAME workers are statistically paid less because more of them work in junior roles.

Fashion firms focus on social media

Young women are increasingly being influenced by what they see on apps such as Instagram, experts say.

Angry Birds maker Rovio targets $1bn valuation

Finnish mobile games developer Rovio sets the price range for its share listing.

Brexit: Burberry's Christopher Bailey sees 'enormous' potential

Design chief tells the BBC the UK's creative culture benefits from being open and collaborative.

Top China Bitcoin exchange to stop trading

BTCC will stop trading at the end of the month amid a widening crackdown on virtual currencies.

Google sued over 'sex discrimination'

Three former employees say Google pays women less than men for comparable work.

Google sued over sex discrimination

Three former employees say Google pays women less than men for comparable work.

UK and EU firms to urge faster Brexit deal

Firms employing more than a million workers will call on Brexit negotiators to speed up Brexit talks to protect jobs.

MoviePass subscriptions skyrocket

The firm, led by a Netflix co-founder, wants to change how people pay for cinema visits.

Nestle swallows Blue Bottle Coffee

Nestle has bought control of the California based speciality coffee business Blue Bottle Coffee.

Murdoch bid for Sky faces plurality and standards probe

21st Century Fox-Sky deal will be examined over media plurality and broadcast standards.

Tesla plans to reveal electric lorry in October

Elon Musk's electric automaker is expanding beyond cars to commercial vehicles.

Brexit: UK targets 'bespoke' deal with EU to protect City

Chancellor Philip Hammond says financial services are the UK's most important export to the EU.

Trump blocks sale of US tech firm to Chinese company

The administration said it barred the $1.3bn deal because of national security concerns.