British tourists allowed into Portugal from Monday
The government in Lisbon says anyone arriving will need to take a negative PCR test before departure.
Covid: Greece ends lockdown measures and opens to tourists
Flights arrive in Greece as restrictions on movement are lifted, but infections are still quite high.
Gupta empire facing UK fraud probe over Greensill
The group run by Liberty Steel owner Sanjeev Gupta is under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office.
Amazon set to hire 10,000 UK workers
The tech giant is tightening its grip on retail as the coronavirus pandemic continues
Jeff Bezos and the secretive world of superyachts
The world's richest man will reportedly set sail next month on one of the largest superyachts ever built.
Ignore hype over hydrogen heating, government told
The benefits of hydrogen-powered heating have been overplayed, say environmentalists.
IBM says chip shortage could last two years
The President of the US tech giant told the BBC that the shortage could last another two years.
Holidays: Airbnb bookings jump as holiday demand soars
The US rental platform said customers had been booking bigger properties in rural locations.
Portugal: No decision yet on UK holidaymakers
The country has yet to decide whether it will allow holiday visits as it extends state of calamity.
Amazon set to hire 75,000 workers in US and Canada
The online retail giant is hiring extra staff to meet growing demand as the pandemic continues.
Travel firms warned over summer holiday refunds
Companies will be breaking the law if they delay or refuse refunds, warns the competition watchdog.
BT vows to give 5m more homes fast broadband
The telecoms giant says its new full-fibre investment strategy could create up to 7,000 jobs.