President Donald Trump ordered Americans to stop doing business with the popular Chinese video app.
The social networking giant has also agreed to pay France 50% more tax for 2020.
Men, believed to be romance scammers, are approaching women via the chat function of the game.
The supermarket will bolster its online business with permanent hires following “exceptional growth”.
Bailiffs are resuming operations after a five-month suspension with new coronavirus restrictions.
The Xbox company has declared support for the Fortnite-maker as it battles Apple's “monopoly”.
The Sports Direct owner will buy Dave Whelan's gyms and fitness assets after they went bust.
Executives at the mining giant Rio Tinto have had their payouts cut over the culturally important site.
Areas with a high proportion of workers in struggling sectors will be hardest hit by the pandemic, the party says.
The industry is asking government for a new rescue plan as jobs are being lost at an “alarming” rate.