The chairmen of HSBC and Rio Tinto are engaged in a two-horse race to replace Sir Mike Rake at the helm of BT Group's board as the telecoms group battles to hammer out a deal with Ofcom over the fu
The price of stamps is to increase next month, Royal Mail has announced.
The boss of Peugeot has come to Britain to give assurances about the future of Vauxhall, should a deal to buy it go ahead.
A key member of Germany's central bank has warned UK-based lenders not to dream up clever tactics to get round restrictions to EU access after Brexit.
Unilever is weighing a radical overhaul of the way it pays its top executives in the wake of a takeover approach by Kraft Heinz that has triggered a review of the Marmite and Pot Noodle owner's bus
The boss of British Airways owner International Airlines Group has dismissed a complaint from striking cabin crew that some are so badly paid that they have to sleep in their cars.
Royal Bank of Scotland has chalked up its ninth year in the red as annual losses more than trebled to £6.96bn.
Uber is being sued by Waymo - the self-driving car unit of Google owner Alphabet - over allegations of technology theft.
The owner of Agent Provocateur, the struggling lingerie brand, is racing to clinch a sale of the business amid growing fears that it could run out of cash once staff are paid next week.
The UK's biggest mobile phone operator, EE, has been accused of 'criminal warehousing' of precious mobile phone spectrum by rival, O2.
The UK's leading challenger banks are to hold a fresh round of talks with regulators as they seek an urgent end to the penal regulatory framework that they claim has stymied the growth of competiti
John Lewis is to cut 387 jobs as part of its efforts to limit costs as the retail sector prepares for a difficult year.
The car boss eyeing a takeover of Vauxhall's owner has said it could help turn around the loss-making company's fortunes - but made no pledges on jobs.
The owner of the Money Shop, one of Britain’s biggest short-term lenders, is hoisting a "for sale" sign over a swathe of its international operations weeks after parting company with its form
Lloyds Banking Group has edged a step closer to full private sector ownership as the Treasury cut its stake in the lender to less than 4%.
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