UK telco BT said it plans to delist its shares on the New York Stock Exchange and cease reporting to the US financial regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Car-share giant Uber has hired a former Google marketing lead two weeks after it laid off around 400 in-house marketing staff, around a third of its total team.
Facebook could be hit with fines in the billions as the EU completes its investigation into privacy violations.
Automattic, the owner of Wordpress, has acquired popular blogging platform Tumblr from Verizon.
The bosses of London-based investment manager Hargreaves Lansdown have said they will not take their bonuses this year after its customers were affected by troubles at fund manager Neil Woodford.
Sportswear giant Nike has spent an undisclosed sum to acquire artificial intelligence startup Celect, in order to work on its direct-to-consumer strategy.
British Airways has been forced to cancel or delay hundreds of flights leaving thousands stranded due to an IT systems failure.
Dating and social networking app Bumble has signed an official sponsorship deal with Gen.G, and will sponsor an all-female eSports team called 'Team Bumble'.
Just Eat has been acquired by Dutch company Takeaway.com, creating one of the world's largest food delivery companies.
The US government will not enter into a free trade deal with the UK unless a tax on digital services is scrapped.