Advertising giant WPP has announced a major restructuring which will see thousands of jobs cut worldwide, months after ousting long-serving boss Sir Martin Sorrell.
The UK is the largest arms producer in Europe and third-biggest in the world, according to a new report on global arms sales.
Annual wage growth rose to 3.3% in the three months to October but unemployment also climbed, official figures show.
Struggling retailer Carpetright has slipped to a half-year loss of £11.7m after it closed dozens of stores and said “negative headlines” had hit sales.
Mobile banking users can now block certain types of spending in a move which could help people gain control of their finances.
Emmanuel Macron has promised to raise the minimum wage as he acknowledged he was partially responsible for weeks of nationwide protests.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has formally been charged with financial misconduct for under-reporting his income.
Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin is taking a temporary leave of absence after being accused of giving unwanted hugs to staff.
The FTSE 100 has been recovering some ground, 24 hours after its biggest percentage fall since the Brexit referendum result.
Dozens of current and former Ted Baker employees have accused the fashion brand’s founder of implementing a regime of “forced hugs” and harassment.
The chairman of Britain’s biggest infrastructure project has told Sky News he expects to be sacked within weeks.
Fortnum & Mason has announced a 26% increase in profits for the year ending July, helped by the demand for tea and biscuits.
The US has signed a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico, described by Donald Trump as a “model agreement”.
House price growth was up slightly in November but the market remains subdued, according to Nationwide.
The price of train tickets will rise by an average of 3.1% in January, the rail industry has announced.
It is hoped that a new network of free charging points will help drive demand for electric cars.
Donald Trump has threatened to cut subsidies for General Motors after the largest US carmaker said it would close plants in America and layoff thousands of workers.
Hundreds of Pets at Home workers are facing uncertainty after the retailer announced an overhaul involving dozens of its vet practices.
Going into higher education can open a plethora of doors for those seeking out their dream career.
Shares in Thomas Cook have slumped by more than 30% after it issued its second profit warning in two months and suspended its dividend.
Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan, has denied allegations of financial misconduct, according to Japanese media.
Volkswagen’s handling of a “potentially lethal safety issue” involving seat belts has been “completely unsatisfactory”, Which? has said.
Shares in Flybe soared after Sky News reported the regional carrier was in takeover talks with Virgin Atlantic.
British outsourcing company Interserve saw its stock sink after it predicted its debts would rise amid speculation it was on the brink of collapse.
Delays and cost increases to the Crossrail project will be investigated by the National Audit Office, it has been announced.
At first blush, the arrest of Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn looked like just another example of an overbearing and greedy executive getting his comeuppance.