Unsecured creditors in Wilko face recovering as little as 4p in the pound of the money they are owed, according to the first estimate published by the collapsed retailer's administrator.
Up to 20% of new cars on Britain's roads could still be petrol and diesel models in 2030, after the government published guidelines for phasing out new internal combustion engine cars and vans by its new extended deadline of 2035.
The interest rate on the average five-year fixed mortgage has dropped below 6% for the first time in nearly three months.
A US private equity firm has taken a minority stake in Liverpool Football Club, their owners have announced.
Elon Musk has announced his social media company X, formally known as Twitter, has removed the team monitoring election misinformation.
A major buyout firm is in talks to buy WGSN, a provider of consumer data, in a deal that would mark the start of a break-up of its FTSE 250 parent company.
The risk of the lights going out is down this winter, with power margins almost back to levels seen before the energy crisis, according to an eagerly awaited report.
When it was first given the go-ahead back in 2012, Britain's new high-speed rail line connecting the south, the Midlands and the north of England was predicted to cost £32.7bn.
Qatar Airways has vowed not to repeat an "extreme incident" in which a number of Australian women were subjected to gynaecological examinations.
A wine collection dubbed the most valuable ever sold - worth an estimated $50m (£41m) - will soon be up for grabs at auction.