Next has further raised its annual profit expectations on better-than-expected summer sales and declared that a "no deal" Brexit would not pose a "material threat" to its business.
The co-founders of Instagram have announced they are quitting the social media company.
Bank customers in the UK lost £500m in six months to scammers and fraudsters, figures have revealed.
Charges to withdraw money from cash machines would be scrapped under a Labour government to "save Britain's high streets".
Ministers are to step in to bail out Liverpool's new £335m NHS hospital, nine months after the collapse of construction giant Carillion left the project in crisis.
Tesco's banking arm is facing the City regulator's biggest-ever cyberattack-related fine two years after its online services were hacked by criminals attempting to steal funds from customers.
Oil prices have jumped to the highest level for nearly four years after Saudi Arabia and Russia ruled out any immediate increase in production.
Brexit documents are said to have "laid bare" the realities of a "no-deal" departure, with the government warned of disruption to food supplies and coach firms being unable to operate within the EU.
John McDonnell has hailed Labour's plans to renationalise the water industry, telling the party's conference it is part of "the greatest extension of economic democratic rights that this country has ever seen".
There is the kernel of a good idea in John McDonnell's proposals to make any business employing more than 250 people to hand 10% of the company to their staff.