Parts of south-east England have seen just over half their average rainfall since last summer.
US online sales jump nearly 12% in April, as department store sales decline by 3.7% year-on-year.
The malware is thought to have been created with tools stolen from the US National Security Agency.
Supermarket chief executive Dave Lewis sees his pay fall 10% to &Pound;4.15m
Fiat Chrysler says it is recalling more than 1.25m pickup trucks worldwide over the problem.
The 8 June general election is expected to cost the taxpayer more than &Pound;143m, the BBC understands.
A new brand of eggs comes from “heritage breeds” of hens that live on “handpicked British farms”.
An Israeli start-up claims its fast-charging smartphone batteries could appear in products next year.
The regulator launches a probe following concerns that some providers are charging up to &Pound;10.50 a call.
Computer games are more important than people think, says the co-founder of Improbable.
More than a million new cars were bought on finance deals over the last year, figures show.
How climate change is affecting South Africa’s apple exports.
Choco Togo – run by a group of young entrepreneurs – produces organic, locally made chocolate for the Togolese market.
About 70% of firms face patchy mobile internet coverage in their local area, new research says.
Shares in the pharmaceutical giant are boosted by promising results from a drug trial.
The deal means China will lift its ban on US beef imports while Chinese banks can enter the US market.
President Temer has set out on ambitious reform agenda but his success could be his own undoing.
First-quarter GDP growth was 0.6%, driven by investment and consumption.
Its the first time South Korea’s government has ordered a compulsory recall, which affects 12 car models.
Jared Kushner’s sister’s company will skip a China investors’ meeting, after allegations of name-dropping.
China has a big idea that it hopes will secure its future prosperity. Robin Brant explains from Shanghai.
The way we interact with our devices is helping cyber-security firms authenticate our identity.
From the boutiques of Manhattan to the local mall, shops both large and small are in dire straits.
The owner of Snapchat falls close its float price after investors bail out following lacklustre growth.
The food delivery firm removes a clause preventing riders from challenging their employment status.
Retailers including Macy’s, Nordstrom and Kohl’s report worse-than-expected sales for the first quarter.
Lloyds is ‘just days away’ from returning to full private ownership, says chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio.
Legoland Windsor and Alton Towers are among venues to close rapids-type rides after a girl’s fatal fall.
Transporting Gas and electricity around the country accounts for 29% of energy bills.
A leaked draft of Labour’s general election manifesto rejects increases above the age of 66.
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