The sportswear giant and retailer are struggling to source products due to supply chain issues.
Chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou has been detained in Canada over US fraud charges since 2018.
Passengers arriving at UK airports suffer delays after an IT problem hits self-service passport gates.
They are due to meet on Friday afternoon despite the transport secretary saying fuel will "continue to flow".
Trading Bitcoin and other crypto-currenices is a criminal activity, China's central bank says.
People are awaiting decisions by the regulator about which surviving company will take on their supply.
The government should concentrate on how people can use less energy so they pay less, a supplier says.
Financial markets have been rocked this week by concerns over the firm's more than $300bn of debt.
Mondelez believes Primary Pantry's vegan fruit bar "exploits" the trademark of its Milka chocolates.
Britain’s top engineers are urging the government to stop buildings being demolished.
Some petrol stations closed on Thursday amid a driver shortage that has caused havoc with supply chains.
The government is set to make it illegal for hospitality bosses to withhold tips from their workers.
The government said it is "looking at options" to deal with labour shortages ahead of Christmas.
Gen Mattis, a former defence secretary, was unsure who to believe when the Theranos founder was accused of fraud.
Business minister Paul Scully says the government needs to plan for a lengthy spell of high gas prices.
The Advertising Standards Authority will launch inquiries into false environmental claims made in ads.
The oil firm said only "a handful" of sites are affected by the fuel supply issues.
Manufacturers could be forced to change devices to a uniform charging port.
The Bank of England keeps its interest rate at 0.1% and maintains its bond-buying programme.
Low-income families face a £710 rise in costs, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation estimates.
Staff should not have the right to ask for flexible working from day one of new job, an employer says.
Taiwan has warned that its application into the CPTPP could be affected should China join first.
The debt-laden developer is due to make a $83.5m interest payment on an overseas bond on Thursday.
Tenants are being evicted due to rent arrears built up during the pandemic, an investigation finds.