Two of Tesco's biggest shareholders have called on the supermarket to scrap its planned £3.7bn takeover of wholesaler Booker.
The controversial employment agency which staffs Sports Direct's largest warehouse is hunting new financial backers as it faces fresh pressure from MPs to overhaul the working practices it imposes
Palmer and Harvey (P&H), the troubled cash-and-carry group, has parachuted in one of Britain's top corporate restructuring veterans amid crunch talks about a deal to shore up its finances.
Taxpayers face a £100m bill after the Government agreed a pay-out to two US firms over the botched handling of a nuclear decommissioning contract.
Chris Grayling, the Secretary of State for Transport, is in no doubt.
The Bank of England has revealed plans to review banks' lending standards amid soaring household debt as it sets out its latest overview of the UK's financial stability.
Stock markets are taking a hit and the dollar has weakened over fears President Trump's promised US tax cuts and infrastructure spending will fail to get off the ground.
EasyJet will announce within weeks the location of a new European base as Britain's airline industry grapples with the potential consequences of a 'hard Brexit'.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has told Sky News messaging services like WhatsApp should give the security services access to their platforms in the fight against terror.
More than 800 jobs at the troubled footwear chain Jones Bootmaker are being saved through a rescue deal struck 24 hours after talks with the buyer were called off.
Supermarkets are cutting fuel prices just days after official figures showed sharp increases at the pumps had helped pushed inflation to a three-and-a-half year high.
The number of overseas holiday visits to the UK saw its sharpest year-on-year increase for at least seven years in the three months to January, official figures show.
The governing board of Lloyd's of London, the world's largest insurance market, is to approve the establishment of a new base in Europe on the same day that Theresa May triggers the Brexit process.
The Co-operative Bank said it had received interest from "credible" bidders after it put itself up for sale last month.
Twitter is considering launching a premium version of its Tweetdeck platform, raising the possibility that it could run a subscription service for the first time.
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