Swedish foreign minister Carl Bildt has promised "Nordic solidarity" with neighbouring Norway, which was hit by two deadly attacks on Friday afternoon.
Police in Stockholm have increased their presence at key government buildings in the capital following the dramatic explosion in Oslo on Friday afternoon.
Sweden's Volvo Group, the world's second-largest truck maker, reported strong second quarter earnings Friday but kept its forecasts unchanged on caution at the global economic outlook.
Charges have been filed against the publisher of a website affiliated with a Swedish neo-Nazi movement for allowing a reader comment containing racial slurs to remain on the site.
Saab subsidiary Saab Automobile Tools has avoided collapse after reaching an agreement with a supplier which had earlier on Friday applied for the firm to be declared bankrupt.
One in three Swedes use apps in their mobile phones this summer, but the favourites differ depending on where you are in the country, according to a survey carried out by market research company Sifo for telecommunications firm Tele2.
When foreigners are prompted to share what they think of Sweden their thoughts wander to the great outdoors, shopping, snow and beautiful women, according to a new survey from VisitSweden.
Music streaming service Spotify may be in breach of Swedish marketing laws, according to claims in a report published on Friday, with many finding that the quality of the music does not match company promises.
The two Swedish reporters jailed in Ethiopia are hopeful they will be released soon, according to the Swedish embassy in Addis Ababa.
A supplier to Saab subsidiary Saab Automobile Tools has applied for the firm to be declared banktupt, according to a Reuters report.
A year after the introduction of a new law banning the viewing of child porn, not a single charge has been filed with police admitting that they can't actively look for transgressors, according to a report in daily Dagens Nyheter (DN).