A striking Royal Mail worker has voiced fears up to 25,000 staff could be sacked and new working conditions imposed on those left after the core Christmas season has finished.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will launch a major reform of the UK's financial sector, with plans to rip up red tape and replace a number of EU regulations.
Two women who lost their jobs at Twitter after Elon Musk took over are suing the company, claiming recent lay-offs disproportionately affected female employees.
US regulators have filed a complaint aimed at stopping Microsoft's planned $69bn (£50bn) takeover of Call of Duty games maker Activision Blizzard.
High street bank TSB has set up a fund that will financially support people fleeing abusive relationships.
Germany's biggest fraud case gets underway as the former executives of payments company Wirecard stand trial after a scandal that rocked the German establishment.
Ever since he became chief executive of Frasers Group - the retail combine controlled by Mike Ashley that owns names like Sports Direct, Evans Cycles, Flannels, Game and House of Fraser - Michael Murray has had to put up with suggestions that he is not his own man and that Mr Ashley is really pulling the strings behind the scenes.
The water regulator has identified six water companies which it says are "falling short" in "too many areas" including sewage discharge.
Aggreko, the former FTSE-100 temporary power supplier, is returning to raid the London stock market with a £110m offer for a specialist equipment provider.
The chief executive of John Laing, the British infrastructure investor, has resigned little more than a year after it was taken private in a £2bn deal.