Zynga, the online games maker, has cut its 2014 outlook due to delayed launching of new games and continued losses.
FTSE 100 companies paid almost £2bn less into employee pension schemes last year, according to a new report.
General election uncertainty, a booming IPO market and a lack of sellers have played their part in UK private company M&A activity having its worst quarter since 2007. This is in stark contrast to the surge in UK growth which recently prompted the IMF to raise its economic forecasts for the second time this year.
Pre-tax profits at HSBC for the first half of the year have fallen by 12% in comparison to the same time last year.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has delivered a dire warning about the potential impact of Scottish Independence on the business.
Lloyds Banking Group has now paid more than £10 billion in compensation for mis-selling Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).
The rate of inflation in the Eurozone fell to 0.4% in July, according to EU statistics agency, Eurostat.
Manchester United's American owners are set to sell eight million club shares worth £88 million on the New York Stock Exchange.
Royal Dutch Shell described its second quarter profits as "robust" as the oil giant doubled its profits on last year.
The Bank of England is set to force rule-breaking bankers to return their bonuses up to seven years after receiving them.