YouTube’s premium streaming service expands to more US markets YouTube TV, the $35 per month service, is expanding to ten more US cities and regions. The service launched in April offering streaming live TV and DVR functionality to five major cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Philadelphia. Read more.

Uber to offer McDonald’s deliveries in the UK The fast food company is launching its 'McDelivery' trial after partnering with Uber's food delivery service, UberEats. The trial will launch from 22 outlets across London and another 10 restaurants in Leeds and Nottingham. Read more.

Airbnb plans premium service to compete with luxury hotels The new service, which is expected to launch as a pilot soon, will rate properties according to higher quality inspection standards as the business looks to attract people who have not tried Airbnb before. Read more.

JD.com invests $397m into Farfetch as part of a new strategic partnership Richard Liu, founder and CEO of Chinese ecommerce group JD.com, will take a seat on Farfetch's board as part of the deal, which also makes JD.com one of its largest shareholders. China is Farfetch's second largest market. Read more.

Online menswear service The Chapar raises £1.3m The business, which delivers handpicked clothes to customers' doors, raised the investment on CrowdCube. The Chapar aims to grow revenues to £5.4m next year and will use the funding for both online and offline marketing. Read more.

Amazon unveils try-before-you-buy fashion service The new service, called Prime Wardrobe, will allow US customers to order fashion items for free and only pay for what they keep. Prime Wardrobe is offering clothing items from a variety of brands including Calvin Klein and Adidas. Read more.