One of Europe's largest providers of premium hostel accommodation is being touted for sale in a deal valuing it at more than £400 million.
Footage of the Alton Towers Smiler crash which left two teenagers needing leg amputations has been released for the first time.
The largest lender in Germany, Deutsche Bank, saw its share price hit a record low on Monday after it was forced to deny talk surrounding state aid.
More than three quarters of company chief executives are considering shifting operations abroad following the UK's vote to leave the EU, according to a survey.
The number of people taking out a mortgage fell to its lowest level in August since January 2015, but consumer credit has soared, according to a report by high street banks.
Sentiment in the financial services sector has fallen for the third quarter in a row as firms digest the impact of Brexit, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
The British arm of Aldi has said it will invest £300m in its stores after posting a 12% increase in sales to a record £7.7bn in 2015.
A top sports executive is leaving the agency he runs alongside Lord Coe amid suggestions that he could play a key role in the running of Formula One (F1) motor racing after it completes a £6.4
An executive who advised ministers on the rescue of Britain's banking system during the 2008 financial crisis is leaving his employer to launch the latest in a string of firms founded by top
The gender pay gap will not close until 2069 unless more women are encouraged to take up careers in science and engineering, it has been warned.
More than eight million user accounts in the UK have been affected by the Yahoo data breach.
Twitter shares have surged by a fifth after reports that it was the target of a possible takeover.
The fallout from the theft of 500 million users' data from Yahoo may have implications for the €4.8bn (£3.7bn) takeover of its core business, experts have said.
Hackers managed to steal data from 500 million Yahoo email accounts and the tech giant is now under pressure to explain how the cyberattack happened.
Jerome Kerviel, the convicted rogue trader who racked up huge losses at Societe Generale before the financial crisis, has had his damages bill almost eradicated by a French court.
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