15th November 2018

Beyoncé bought Sir Philip out of Ivy Park, the gymwear label with a feminist ethos that they founded together two years ago.

15th November 2018

"This has to be used as a route to a final deal with frictionless trade and access for services," the Confederation of British Industry said.

14th November 2018

The Commission had told Rome to revise the budget or face possible fines, but Italy's government is sticking to its guns.

13th November 2018

However, more UK nationals are now working in the UK, and the number of people born outside the UK working in Britain has risen.

7th November 2018

People opposed to Brexit asked for a ruling that would clarify the interpretation of Article 50 of the EU treaty, under which London gave two years notice of its departure.

6th November 2018

Malta is among the countries opposing the imposition of a revenue-based tax on internet firms.

6th November 2018

The shutdown will take place from 5pm UK time (6pm in Malta) to 5am UK time (6am in Malta).

5th October 2018

The letter was coordinated by The People's Vote campaign, which wants a ballot on whether to accept the terms of the UK's departure from the European Union.

1st November 2018

82 per cent of companies in the EU are positive about the trading environment, according to the 34-market report.

30th October 2018

Further expansion will lead to a total capacity of up to 200 million, nearly twice the capacity of the world's busiest airport last year, Atlanta.

29th October 2018

Meanwhile, a disappointing quarterly report from Amazon.com wiped $65 billion off the online retailer’s market capitalisation.

24th October 2018

The proposal also calls for a reduction in single-use plastic for food and drink containers like plastic cups.

23rd October 2018

Gilberto diversified the company away from the clothing business, and helped grow it into a multi-billion euro giant.

23rd October 2018

Italy defended its plans, saying hard decisions needed to be taken to encourage growth.

18th October 2018

The federal government predicts it will raise $400m (€267m) a year in tax revenues on the sale of cannabis.

15th October 2018

Jamie Dimon is the latest high-profile figure to pull out of the event after Jamal Khashoggi vanished on 2nd October.

10th October 2018

City minister John Glen said he agreed with Bank of England estimates of 5,000 City jobs moving to the continent by March, but that the situation was "stable" as far as job movements were concerned. Mr Glen pledged to do all he could to ensure that the City of London remained a major financial centre.

9th October 2018

“We should be in space within weeks, not months," said Sir Richard Branson.

9th October 2018

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the company knew about the bug that affected user data in March but did not disclose it.

8th October 2018

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said they had addressed "some of our time's most basic and pressing questions" about sustainable growth.

28th September 2018

Mr Musk called the action "unjustified" saying he acted in the "best interests of truth, transparency and investors.”

25th September 2018

Instagram was purchased by Facebook in 2012 for $1bn in cash and stock.

24th September 2018

Corriere della Sera reported that Donatella Versace, the firm's artistic director and vice-president, had called a staff meeting in Milan for Tuesday.

18th September 2018

The new European bank notes feature an updated map of Europe on the back, which includes newer member states Malta and Cyprus.

13th September 2018

Apple has updated its iPhone handset with three more powerful models, and added a new smartwatch with a new fall-detection function.

13th September 2018

Moody’s warned that the risk of a no-deal Brexit had risen materially in recent months, and that if it came to pass, it could lead the UK into a recession.

7th September 2018

Italy’s strong coffee culture has long been a barrier for Starbucks, but the company's Milan ‘roastery’ is hoping to make inroads in its new market.

6th August 2018

European Central Bank supervisor Danièle Nouy added that banks are better prepared to handle such a crisis than they were a decade ago.

6th September 2018

In July, it was revealed that Burberry destroyed unsold clothes, accessories and perfume worth £28.6m (€32 million) in 2017 to protect its brand.

5th September 2018

While Malta has been a trailblazer in regulating cryptoassets, with three bills passing into law in June, digital assets such as Bitcoin are still viewed with concern by many European financial supervisors.