GSK profits from sterling's woes; Regulator to investigate 'vulnerable customers' approach; Heineken toasts rising beer sales
The European Union failed to finalise a massive free trade deal with Canada by a self-imposed deadline on Friday, with the tiny Belgian region that's holding up the pact saying its objections had not been sufficiently addressed.
Nintendo hopes that the new console can revive its falling fortunes
The Japanese gaming giant is the big story for investors. It shares have leapt like Mario over barrels thrown his way by Donkey Kong. Apple shares, by contrast, have been treading water and the jury is out over whether its new phone will win with consumers
Nintendo shares fell by nearly 18% on Monday
Reports suggests the companies behind Pokémon Go have cancelled the plan after an email from McDonald’s Japan, detailing the launch, was leaked to internet forums
The Japanese game company’s market value stood at 4.5 trillion yen ( £32 billion) as shares soared by more than 14% in Tokyo
Nintendo’s latest 10 per cent surge on Friday made the company more valuable than Uniqlo
Jonathan Zarra refused to comment on how much he has already spent on the GoChat app to date
Nintendo shares surged by another 12.8% in Tokyo on Tuesday
The game has already overtaken the dating app Tinder
Pokémon game adds $7.5bn to Nintendo market value in two days
The much-hyped new console will be shown off later this year
When pressed on his comments, GameStop executive Tony Bartel said: 'As usual, we know more than we can share'
Miitomo is here, and it's ready to suck up all your free time
The supposedly 'leaked' pictures have got Nintendo fans very excited