Petrochemicals billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe has completed the purchase of a 27.7% stake in Manchester United through his INEOS conglomerate - enabling him to take control of football operations from the Glazer family.
The Body Shop has announced it is closing nearly half of its stores in the UK - including seven on Tuesday - and cutting 40% of roles at its London headquarters.
Estee Lauder, Greggs and easyjet are among well-known employers named by the government for failing to pay workers the national living wage.
A railway company has apologised after broadcaster Martin Lewis complained about the "disgraceful" service on a packed train from London St Pancras to Sheffield with one working toilet.
From 1 April, 129 of 137 councils in England which have published their budgets are increasing council tax by the maximum 4.99% allowed, or have a special dispensation to go higher.
Lyle's Golden Syrup is replacing the image of a dead lion swarmed by bees on its logo with a new design on many of its products after more than 140 years.
There are "distinct signs of an upturn" in the UK economy - despite the country tipping into recession late last year, the governor of the Bank of England has said.
Not for the first time, the veteran commentator Ray Snoddy came up with a deft turn of phrase.
The Premier League has called an emergency meeting of its 20 "shareholders" in a last-gasp bid to finalise a landmark financial settlement before the government publishes legislation that will establish an independent football regulator.
The founder of AJ Bell, one of Britain's most successful retail investment platforms, is to take the helm of a fast-growing sports nutrition, health and wellness brand as it speeds towards a London listing.