A group of financial institutions has lodged a surprise takeover bid for Fox's Biscuits, even as the industry faces pressure from rising commodity prices and growing consumer preference for
Theresa May has spoken by phone to the boss of Peugeot amid fears the company's planned takeover of Vauxhall's parent company could hit UK jobs.
Volkswagen's top executives from Germany may be summoned to give evidence to British politicians under a plan being discussed by MPs.
A senior official at the Bank of England has attacked the performance of economists in the wake of the Brexit vote, urging them to be more honest in their attitudes to uncertainty.
Firms hit hardest by the business rates rise will get "appropriate relief", Theresa May has insisted.
Five major airlines have been criticised by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for failing to compensate passengers for flight delays.
The owners of Britain's biggest debt collector are beginning preparations for a bumper stock market listing expected to value it at more than £1bn.
European leaders will play "hardball" and demand "British dosh" in return for a free trade deal from the start of Brexit negotiations, the former UK ambassador to the EU has warned.
US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has applied to cancel its stock market listings in the UK and Switzerland due to a lack of trading activity.
Lloyds Banking Group has posted a huge increase in profit before tax, rising by 158% to £4.2bn in 2016 compared to £1.6bn the year before.
The entrepreneur who turned Air Miles and Nectar into two of the world's most successful customer loyalty programmes is making a multimillion pound investment in a retail technology venture whose c
Asda said it was seeing early signs of a turnaround under its new boss as it credited a shake-up over the last year for helping to stem falling sales.
The liquidators of BHS have waded into the escalating row over business rates by launching a bid to recover part of the multimillion pound bill incurred by the collapsed high street chain.
Verizon Communications' takeover of Yahoo's core internet business is to go ahead after the US telecoms firm announced it had secured a new cut-price deal.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has acknowledged that the UK's divorce from the EU may yet proceed smoothly - and that it would mean a higher path for interest rates.
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