Credit reference agency Equifax has agreed to pay up to $700m (£560m) in a settlement with US regulators over a data breach in 2017.
Whirlpool has begun a recall of an estimated 500,000 tumble dryers over fire risk concerns - after it was ordered by the government to take action.
A number of UK mobile phone operators have agreed to cut charges for out-of-contract customers as research by Ofcom found they were overpaying £182m a year.
Passengers could have a carbon offsetting charge automatically added to the cost of airline tickets under plans being considered by ministers aimed at cutting emissions.
Almost a million public sector workers will receive an above-inflation pay rise, the government has announced.
The beleaguered banknote printer De La Rue has become ensnared in the deepening row between the City and corporate Britain over the scale of pension contributions lavished on their bosses.
Volvo is recalling 507,000 cars worldwide after an investigation discovered a faulty engine component which could cause the vehicles to catch fire.
Troubled high street lender Metro Bank has confirmed that it is in talks "regarding the potential sale of a loan portfolio" - after details emerged of a possible deal with a major US hedge fund.
Body-worn cameras are going to be made compulsory for bailiffs in a bid to address concerns about the use of intimidation when collecting debts.
Egypt's aviation minister has expressed his dismay over British Airways' decision to suspend flights to and from Cairo for a week.