The International Monetary Fund has cut its 2018 growth forecasts for the UK, revising down from 1.6% to 1.4%.
It’s the treasure hunt being talked about by everyone in the commercial banking sector.
Shares in Debenhams fell up to 7% on Monday as the retailer battled suggestions it was facing a crisis of confidence among credit insurers.
China has warned of risks to the world economy from a Donald Trump-inspired trade war, while reporting a slowdown in its own growth.
The administrator of Poundworld has announced plans to close another 80 stores with the loss of 1,024 jobs.
Conglomerates are supposed to be deeply unfashionable among investors.
Struggling restaurant chain Gaucho is racing to secure a sale following a seven-figure tax demand that could trigger its collapse into administration within days.
Sterling sank almost 1% after US President Donald Trump said Theresa May’s Brexit plan probably killed off hope of a US-UK trade deal.
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $4.69bn (£3.6bn) to 22 women who alleged the pharmaceutical company’s talc products contain asbestos that caused cancer.
The Brexit white paper on the UK’s future relationship with the EU is one of the most controversial government documents in recent history.
How employers and business groups have reacted to the publication of the government’s Brexit white paper:
ASOS, the online fashion retailer popular among 20-somethings, has warned its full-year sales growth will be at the “lower end” of expectations.
The founder of Papa John’s Pizza has resigned as the company’s chairman after using the N-word on a conference call.
DFS Furniture has warned that the UK’s heatwave has hit its bottom line, with full-year earnings for 2018 expected to be lower than 2017.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has cancelled 30 flights on Thursday after talks with pilots ended without an agreement.
J Sainsbury has named City grandee Martin Scicluna as its next chairman, as the supermarket chain tries to steer through a £15bn merger with Asda.
Sky plc, the owner of Sky News, today agreed to a takeover by 21st Century Fox, the US entertainment giant, valuing it at £24.5bn.
The Trump administration is threatening to impose fresh tariffs on another $200bn (£150bn) of Chinese goods – with Beijing branding the plans as “totally unacceptable”.
It has been announced that 25 Poundworld stores are to be closed down, with the loss of 242 jobs.
The UK economy bounced back from near stagnation in May, driven by the services sector as manufacturing contracted.
Tesco’s UK chief executive Charles Wilson is stepping down after being diagnosed with throat cancer.
Sir Martin Sorrell has dismissed anger at WPP after his new business venture beat the FTSE 100 advertising giant to buy digital agency MediaMonks.
Demand for beer, barbeques and big-screen televisions ahead of the World Cup lifted retail sales last month.
Plans to install more charge points for electric vehicles in a bid to boost ultra-low emission models will be announced today.
Japanese automaker Nissan says it found emissions and fuel economy data had been falsified at most of its factories in Japan.
Mothercare has increased the number of stores it plans to close to 60, resulting in the loss of 900 jobs.
The collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion has exposed fundamental flaws in the government’s approach to contracting, MPs said in a report.
BP customers were left unable to pay for petrol by card for about three hours on Sunday evening.
The leisure industry tycoon who took Pizza Express public 25 years ago is among a trio of suitors circling the struggling steak chain Gaucho.
Inmarsat has rejected a second takeover approach from US rival EchoStar, which valued the UK satellite company at £2.45bn.
If you’re Chinese, it’s obvious: US tariffs are “typical trade bullying”, according to the Ministry of Commerce here in Beijing.
Rolls-Royce has agreed to sell its loss-making commercial marine business to Norway’s Kongsberg Gruppen for £500m.
Chequers is an impressive, handsome house, 550 years old and set on the edge of the Chilterns.